How to Have Multiple Orgasms
“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 earthquake offers one hundred percent sack-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 moregasm tips to heart (and to bed) and discover how to double your fun.
Don’t Be Single-Minded
The first step in plural peaking: Tune in to the mind-body connection.
If you go into a hookup with limited expectations of your orgasm…
you’ll actually cause your body to limit its pleasure responses.
In other words, if you assume you can only come once during intercourse…you will.
Step Up the Sexercises
Consider this your ultimate down-there workout motivator: Strong PC (pubococcygeus) muscles have been demonstrated to be a crucial component to having multiples…
says Beverly Whipple, PhD, coauthor of The G Spot: And Other Discoveries About Human Sexuality.
(Remember, when they’re not making you moan, these Kegel muscles — which surround the vaginal canal — are the ones that enable you to withhold urine.)
Max Out Foreplay
Now that you’re naked (and in the right mind-set), take the heavy lifting out of your first peak.
To do that, point your man south. “For most women, clitoral stimulation from oral sex is the easiest way for them to climax,” says Dr. Abrams. ”
And having your guy help you get there before intercourse means that your body will be geared up to come again and respond to the added vaginal stimulation during sex, rather than still struggling to orgasm for the first time.”
Take a Mini Time-Out
Once you come for the first time, you’re probably in the habit of pulling away from him because you’re so sensitive to his touch.
And rightly so: “After an orgasm, a lot of nerve pathways have been stimulated, and there’s been a tremendous surge in blood flow,” says Whipple. ”
So it’s completely natural for some women to want to take a break from stimulation in those moments immediately following.”
Hit the Hottest Spot
Another common denominator that multiorgasmic women share: They know to bridge the gap from single to multiple by stimulating the G-spot, that spongelike moan zone behind the pubic bone.
Here’s why: “While that area is highly responsive to touch, it’s also strong and resilient enough to stand up to a lot of stimulation,”
“One study found that women are more likely to have additional orgasms if they are stimulating several body parts at the same time,” she says. ”
Your body never quite knows exactly what to expect next and is more likely to respond.” Over and over again.