The clitoris is the indisputable powerhouse where female orgasm is concerned. Compared to the penis, the clitoris has twice as many nerve endings and has the enviable ability to produce multiples orgasms – provided you know what to do and how to handle it. With this in mind, we urge you to read on for informative tips on how to give your partner multiple orgasms.
It’s true that too much of a good thing can be bad for us, but when it comes to orgasms, we believe that the sky is the limit. And given people within the medical community claim that at least 200 orgasms a year is good for your health, there’s no reason not to at least try having one, two, three or even four times orgasm!
That’s why we’re letting you in on some blissful news: With a little bit of know-how, you can experience more than one climax in a single sack session. In fact, from now on, you should have a new between-the-sheets mantra: No more one and done!
“The average woman is built to come again and again,” says Rachel Carlton Abrams, MD, coauthor of The Multi-Orgasmic Woman. Meaning that once you’ve mastered that first peak, the climb to the next one is absolutely obtainable. “Women don’t require a refractory period like men do, so we’re able to stay aroused for longer and have an orgasm a second and third time with little effort,” says Dr. Abrams.
Of course, sometimes just having a single full-body shakeup offers one hundred percent satisfaction, and some of you might feel like calling it a night after your usual one-timer. That’s fine. After all, having the option is the key to a smokin’ sex life. However, for those times when you can’t get enough of the good stuff, simply take these moreOrgasm tips to heart (and to bed) and discover how to double your fun. Man or partner of a woman should be very supportive, gentle and patient to turn this around into multiple orgasmic play for the receiver.
But other times, you feel it was not enough and then these tips come handy.
- 1 How to Give Women Orgasm Several Times?
- 1.1 Multiorgasm – Ladies First
- 1.2 Multiorgasm – Familiarize and Learn Your Way Around
- 1.3 Multiorgasm – Digital Stimulation
- 1.4 Multiorgasm – Lip Service
- 1.5 Multiorgasm – Assume the Position
- 1.6 Multiorgasm – Dual Stimulation
- 1.7 Why Most Women Experience Multiorgasm?
- 1.8 Break Cultural Aspects for Women’s Multiorgasm
How to Give Women Orgasm Several Times?
Read these carefully and use the techniques to make your woman go OOOOrgggaaassssmmmicccc!
Multiorgasm – Ladies First
Chivalry is not lost guys, so be a true gentleman and postpone your pleasure for that of your partner’s first! In general, most women need a reasonable amount of foreplay in order to achieve a satisfactory climax. And the clitoris is extremely sensitive and needs to be properly prepped for serious stimulation. So if you want to give your partner multiple orgasms you know what you have to do – aim for at least 20 minutes of foreplay. You’ll find that a little old-fashioned chivalry goes a long way in the bedroom!
Multiorgasm – Familiarize and Learn Your Way Around
To become a master of providing multiple orgasms, you’ll need to familiarize your way around your partner’s nether regions. From the tip of the clitoris to the outer-laying labia; identify your partners pleasure points and find out how she likes to be stimulated in each spot.
Multiorgasm – Digital Stimulation
Don’t forget your digits when trying to give your partner knee-tremblers. They are an excellent tool for the job at hand. Begin by stroking your fingertips over her outer labia and exploring the soft and gentle areas between the legs and labia. Then move to more targeted stimulation; using the pad of your finger, move to the area just above the clitoral hood. Move your fingers in a circular motion or flutter back and forth. Build this up slowly. As you slip a finger inside of her, continue to use your thumb to stimulate the clitoris and with the inserted finger make a ‘come-here’ gesture, this will bend your finger towards the frontal wall of the vagina and stimulate the G-spot.
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Multiorgasm – Lip Service
Where the saying goes, that ‘the pen is mightier that the sword’, the tongue is this case is more appropriate and ‘going-down’ on your partner between her thighs is one of the most reliable methods of inducing multiple orgasms. Explore your partner’s vulva with loving kisses and then focus your attention on her clitoris, again try circular motions, or move your tongue up and down. Experiment with gradual increment of pressures while asking your partner what feels better for her. It is imperative that you stimulate your partner rhythmically in order give her multiple mind-blowing orgasms.
Multiorgasm – Assume the Position
In order to give your partner multiple orgasms during intercourse, you must remember not to neglect paying close attention to her clitoris. Maintain a constant contact between the clitoral area with the base of your penis during penetration or press your thumb against it and flick it from side to side as you thrust. The most sensitive part of the vagina is the outer third, so keep your thrusts shallow. Control the rhythm and pace of your movements and linger in the entrance. Get this right and your partner will soon be writhing around in ecstasy.
Multiorgasm – Dual Stimulation
For women the most satisfying orgasms are the ones that combine clitoral and G-spot stimulation
So focus simultaneously on stimulating these sweet spots, use tongue-fingers, penis-fingers, tongue-vibrator, or fingers-vibrator whatever works best for you and your partner.
There are multiple ways for women to have multiple orgasms. Take the time to practice these techniques and enjoy the exhilarating experience of watching your partner climax multiple times. Remember that it may take time for the first orgasm to come, but once a woman has reached her peak of arousal it’s much easier to get back there again and again and again!
How Multiorgasm is Experienced by Women in Masturbation?
Girls can have multiple orgasms while playing with their clitoris.
Many women enjoy moving the prepuce (clitoral hood) up and down over the clitoris with their fingers. Sometimes the glans is so sensitive that touching it directly is uncomfortable. You can also try stimulating the glans indirectly by moving the inner labia up and down, rubbing from side to side with the prepuce covering the glans and corpus (shaft), or massaging the glans via the outer labia. Some women prefer to massage the corpus of clitoris, which begins at the glans. The corpus engorges when you’re aroused, and you can then clearly feel it through the skin against the pubic bone. The crura of clitoris, along the inside of the pubic bone, are also sensitive to touch, and you may find it pleasurable to press or massage them. If you’re not wet from natural lubrication, it may feel good to use saliva or lubricant on your fingers.
Why Most Women Experience Multiorgasm?
An orgasm in the human female is a variable, transient peak sensation of intense pleasure, creating an altered state of consciousness, usually with an initiation accompanied by involuntary, rhythmic contractions of the pelvic striated circumvaginal musculature, often with concomitant uterine and anal contractions, and myotonia that resolves the sexually induced vasocongestion and myotonia, generally with an induction of well-being and contentment. Women’s orgasms can be induced by erotic stimulation of a variety of genital and nongenital sites. As of yet, no definitive explanations for what triggers orgasm have emerged. Studies of brain imaging indicate increased activation at orgasm, compared to pre-orgasm, in the paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, periaqueductal gray of the midbrain, hippocampus, and the cerebellum. Psychosocial factors commonly discussed in relation to female orgasmic ability include age, education, social class, religion, personality, and relationship issues. Women are more concerned about orgasm so they search for ways to multiorgasm and enjoy it wheever they feel like. Findings from surveys and clinical reports support this scenario, suggesting that orgasm problems are the second most frequently reported sexual problems in women. Cognitive-behavioral therapy for anorgasmia focuses on promoting changes in attitudes and sexually relevant thoughts, decreasing anxiety, and increasing orgasmic ability and satisfaction. To date there are no pharmacological agents proven to be beneficial beyond placebo in enhancing orgasmic function in women.
Women experience multiorgasm as they have physical features to receive serial orgasmic releases – nipple orgasm, navel orgasm, vaginal orgasm, clitoral orgasm, etc.
Refer table to know changes occurring in woman’s body while releasing multiorgasm or orgasm.
|Characteristic Changes Occurring During Multiorgasm or Orgasm|
|Extragenital||– usually peaks to a maximum at initiation of orgasm (> 40/min)|
|Respiration||– usually peaks at initiation of orgasm and then decreases|
|Blood pressure||(systolic +30-80 mmHg, diastolic + 20-40 mmHg)|
|Heart rate||– usually peaks at initiation of orgasm then decreases ( 110-180 beats/min)|
|Sex flush||– superficial maculo-papular (vasocongestive) over epigastrium, anterior chest wall spreading to neck and face has greatest intensity at orgasm|
|Perspiration||– approximately 33% women in back, thighs, and chest|
|Breasts||– no specific change|
|Nipples||– no specific change|
|Areolae||– rapid detumescence of congestion leading to transient corrugation|
|Myotonia (generalized)||– contractions in neck, face, arms, and legs may become spastic, carpopedal spasm|
|Genital/Pelvic||– no specific change|
|Clitoris||– no specific change|
|Labia (majora and minora)||– rhythmic contractions (throbbing) of outer third (orgasmic platform) due to pelvic striated muscle contractions|
|Vagina||– expulsive contractions of smooth muscle|
|Uterus||– contractions mirroring vaginal contractions|
|Rectal sphincter||– dilation of os immediately after orgasm lasting 20-30 minutes|
|Cervix||– increased secretion of prolactin|
|Hormonal||– increased secretion of ADH (Vasopressin) and Oxytocin – increase in plasma VIP|
|Anterior pituitary||– no specific change|
|Posterior pituitary||– no specific change|
Break Cultural Aspects for Women’s Multiorgasm
In some cultures, sexual pleasure of women is nothing but form of reproduction. Sexual enjoyment of men is given prime importance over women.
Sexual arousal to orgasm through coitus is often thought of as a natural biological act, especially if linked to reproduction. A core concept of social constructionists, however, is that sexual behavior and identity are learned rather than intrinsic, and culture, with its social and historical factors, plays a large role in shaping, or at least trying to shape, an individual’s sexuality. A very obvious involvement of culture/society in female sexuality has been the acknowledgement of female orgasms, which, in reality, means the acceptance of female sexual pleasure. Anthropologists have noted that in cultures expecting women to enjoy sex as men do, the women have orgasms, whereas in those cultures that censor such a concept, women have more difficulty attaining orgasm.
Breaking of this cultural mindset help in developing multiorgasmic pleasure giving mindset among men. To heighten sexual excitement and series of climaxes for women – this is most important aspect. She is your partner not slave. Let her enjoy multiorgasm – gift bestowed by nature on her.
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