Multiple orgasms for men?

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It’s often only associated with women but men also have the potential for multiple orgasms. It’s actually a common misconception that, because men experience a physical build-up of ejaculate, that they can’t experience multiple orgasms.

What was missing from our sex ed classes is the fact that men’s orgasms don’t have to go hand-in-hand with ejaculation. Nature has equipped men with a way to experience an orgasm without ejaculating, making it possible to have multiple orgasms. This is particularly useful to know given the discrepancy in how long it takes men to orgasm compared to women. Most men only last about five to seven minutes during intercourse. It takes on average 12 to 15 minutes of direct clitoral stimulation for a woman to reach an orgasm during sex.

In order to orgasm without ejaculation a man needs to practice engaging their pelvic floor muscles (the pelvic floor muscle is interconnected to the anus) before the moment of no return. And this must be practiced a fair amount. First starting with 20 minutes a day, three times a day. Try holding the muscles tight for up 30 seconds to start with. Then as your control improves try engaging those at the right time. Eventually you will be able to experience an orgasm without ejaculating. This will enable you to maintain an erection and go at it again and again and again…