If you’re a man anything like me, you may have occasionally had thoughts along these lines: “Women are so blessed to be able to experience multiple orgasms. I sure wish us guys could experience that.” I mean, even though I’m a virgin and saving myself for my future wife, I can imagine what it would be like to watch my wife writhe around in bed in sheer bliss, panting, moaning and having orgasm after orgasm. The wonder at the sight of God’s most beautiful creation in it’s most beautiful state; the amazement of knowing that I helped give her this immense pleasure; …but in the back of my mind I’m bothered by that tiny but nagging disappointment that I could never receive that same extended pleasure.
Maybe it’s just me, but I get the feeling that a lot of us men have had similar thoughts at one time or another. But what if I told you that men actually can experience multiple orgasms? What if rather than making love, finishing, and having to wait 30 minutes to an hour (or more) to go again, you never even had to stop in the first place? From what I have learned, this is actually possible.
The fundamental concept behind male multiple orgasms is to realize that orgasm and ejaculation are not the same things. Orgasm is that rush of extreme pleasure that we get at the climax of sexual activity; we all know it well. Ejaculation is a reflex normally triggered a couple of seconds after the onset of orgasm, in which a series of contractions expel semen through the penis. After the ejaculatory reflex has run its course, the system is flooded with a hormone called Prolactin that suppresses erections and sexual desire, which is why men almost always lose their erection within a couple of minutes of ejaculating. The key thing to know is that orgasm and ejaculation can actually be separated to create what is called a “non-ejaculatory orgasm.” This way, the orgasm can be experienced without loss of erection or sexual drive. Now the man is free to continue bringing pleasure to both himself and his wife, perhaps leading to more orgasms for both of them!
This may sound quite strange at first. Most men are so used to ejaculating when they orgasm that they believe the two events are inseparably intertwined. But if you can get it in your mind that they can be separated, you’ve taken the first step to having multiple orgasms!
Instead of writing out a long and detailed guide on how to achieve male multiple orgasms, I’ll simply share the best article I’ve found on the subject. It’s written from a secular, non-Christian viewpoint and uses intermittent strong language, but despite those flaws, I still find it an extremely valuable resource. I hope this community can see past the flaws and see the good it could do in many marriages.
Here is the title of the article: “Male Multiple Orgasms without Ejaculating: Exactly How to Have Them”
(for more information try Googling “male multiple orgasms” or “non-ejaculatory orgasms”)
I myself have begun to see limited success in following this guide, even without consistently practicing. I have been able to separate orgasm from ejaculation several times while masturbating, though I have not practiced enough to get consistent success and still find it difficult to achieve. However, one significant benefit I have noticed even in my “beginner” stage is that, even though I still end up ejaculating and losing my erection 95% of the time, my orgasm feels about 50% longer that it normally would. Twice while practicing this, I have been able to orgasm without ejaculating. I did not push for a second orgasm, but I noticed that my erection did not disappear and I probably could have kept going if it weren’t for time constraints. With a little more practice, I hope to be having multiple orgasms soon!
Let me know what you all think! I hope this is beneficial for all of you out there who wish to add an extra element of fun to your husband/wife play time!