Speaking as a male, I can't think of anything that remotely equals the thrill of an orgasm. What's weird is that, for all the attention it receives, the male orgasm doesn't get talked about in much detail despite the fact that there can be a huge difference in intensity from one to the next. My guess is that the most women don't know this. With this information gap in mind, I set out to discover what, exactly, makes for the most bone-rattling, foundation-shaking male orgasms, and what women can do to encourage their arrival. I went straight to the experts — a few sex therapists , lots of men. It was as if they the guys, at least were just waiting for someone to ask. So here, finally, is everything you need to know about helping your guy have stronger, longer orgasms. One warning before we begin: Be prepared for surprises, and for seeming contradictions. It turns out that male orgasms are both as single-minded as they sometimes seem, and at the same time a lot more complicated.
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Orgasms feel pretty good. But as the romantic comedies of Nancy Meyers and Rob Marshall have taught us, why settle for something good when you can have something great? And, chances are you never thought your orgasms could feel even better. Read up and take your pleasure up a notch. If you want to prolong the experience, you should probably get familiar with the concept of edging. This form of orgasm control requires you to decrease stimulation before you hit climax.
During intercourse, as a man nears orgasm, his pelvic thrusts become less voluntary and more automatic, and the muscles of the penis begin to contract rhythmically in order to eject semen from the urethra. When an orgasm begins, heart rate, blood pressure, and respiration all increase. The orgasm marks the final stage of the arousal response in men. Ejaculatory standard This is the general type of orgasm that many men experience every time they have sex. There is literally no control over pelvic thrusting or when you reach this orgasm unless you work to control it. Pelvic Orgasm Men can actually learn to hold their orgasm and send the energy rushing back into their pelvic region simply by practicing. Self-control is largely an untaught trick in the area of sexual satisfaction, but it really can provide a more intense and pleasurable orgasm if you learn to do it correctly.
There's all kind of talk about women and orgasms, how cerebral the process is, and how even the slightest distraction or concern can sabotage her O-face. And that's all true. But it was recently brought to my attention that some guys have the same problem. It's easy to believe that men are sex machines, able to get it on any way, anywhere — especially with an available willing candidate to facilitate the process. And when a guy is nervous, anxious or tense the likelihood of a resulting orgasm — despite how hard his dick might be — grows slim. Men and women have a lot more in common in the carnal cranial department than you might think. A frequent hurdle in a woman's path to orgasm is fear she's taking too long to come. Whether she's receiving oral pleasures, diddling herself during coitus, or performing a solo show for her partner, the instant that concern enters her mind often is the instant her clitoris packs up and heads home.