But imagine if you could have a full-body, toe-curling orgasm every single time you climaxed? Alright, we can't promise it'll happen every time, but there are a bunch of sex techniques you can implement while masturbating, during sex, and outside of the bedroom that could help take your climaxes to the next level. As in, you'll be feeling sensations throughout your entire body. So how does one go about strengthening the male orgasm? We spent some time chatting with sexologists and poring over the latest research to see what we could find. Strap in and listen up.
Ways for a woman to orgasm during intercourse
The G-Spot: The Science behind Female Orgasms - Big Think
In a world obsessed with the goodies between your legs, it's easy to forget about the major erogenous zone above your waist: your nipples. Barring certain factors such as breast reductions and upper-body surgery Behold: the nipple orgasm. What exactly is a nipple orgasm, you ask? Janet Brito , PhD, a sexologist and clinical psychologist in Honolulu, defines nipple orgasms as "a pleasurable release of sexual arousal, centered on nipple stimulation and not caused by stimulating the clitoris [or penis] directly. In fact, "by stimulating your nipples and the surrounding breast tissue, you can create a sexual climax much like a genital orgasm," says Amy Boyajian of online sexual wellness shop Wild Flower.
The Easiest Way to Have an Orgasm
Phil says it takes a woman 14 minutes to have an orgasm… well I feel bad for Dr. Well, one thing is for sure… unless you have delayed ejaculation, a woman generally does take longer to orgasm than men do. My experience with the female orgasm was not always good… in fact it was terrible — trauma-causing terrible. I had the love of my life leave me due to my inability to satisfy her in bed. The female orgasm was a mystery to me.
This is especially true if, like the average man, you took between 5 and 7 seven minutes to finish. According to research published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, it takes the average woman around double that time— It's also worth pointing out that the vast majority of women can't cum from penetration alone; they need external clitoral stimulation, too. Other studies have found an even bigger gap.