So, you're intrigued by the idea of multiple orgasms. Wanting to experience one after the other is completely normal as is preferring to tap out after the first one and fall into a restorative post-sex slumber. Here, experts explain why many women's bodies are practically designed to have multiple orgasms, and sexual strategies for making them way more likely the next time you feel up for round two. Just like having more than one baby qualifies as multiples, anything more than one orgasm during a sexual encounter does as well, says Krychman. But it doesn't automatically mean you're having O after O without a moment's break—although that's possible!
A New Study Reveals The Secret To Multiple Orgasms
Orgasms: Facts, types, causes, and misconceptions
Skip navigation! Story from Sex. Hayley MacMillen. We were thrilled by the recent launch of online orgasm-training platform OMGYES , which drew on the insight of over 2, women from 18 to 95 years old to create video lessons on the best techniques for achieving orgasm. Now, OMGYES has revealed the results of its Study of Women's Sexual Pleasure, and its focus is one of our favorite subjects: multiple orgasms — more specifically, how to have them.
Historically, in Western countries, female orgasms have been highly scrutinized. Orgasms were sometimes seen as unhealthy or wrong. And orgasms that are achieved through stimulation that is not heterosexual vaginal intercourse have been considered unacceptable by researchers and doctors 1,2. The viewpoint that some orgasms were superior to others has been supported by healthcare professionals. Sigmund Freud popularized the idea that mature women experience vaginal orgasm while immature women enjoyed clitoral stimulation