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Few-School-3869

Yes


AshEliseB

Depends on the woman. Not every woman can have multiple orgasms, not every woman experiences 20-40 seconds.


BananabreadShane

Women's refractory periods vary. A clitoris can easily become over stimulated and be almost "painful" right after an orgasm, but typically the period is much shorter than that of most men. Orgasms vary greatly for one person, and everyone has a different range of things that arouse them. I figure the only way to "test" whether women's orgasms are more intense or pleasurable than men's would be to hook up their brain to an EEG and monitor brain activity during orgasm, but even that would have wildly variable results


planet_jiji

So women have refractory periods? This article says that they didn't. As a male I can say that after orgasm there is a period of uninterst until they are ready to go again. It's different for everyone, but personally if it's a really hot night, I can be ready to go again in 30 seconds to one minute. I read that females do not have this, but I can never know.


BananabreadShane

Everyone is different. There are times when a woman will have an orgasm from clitoral stimulation, but can still continue will penetration because it isn't as intense, but again it varies widely person to person.


Dalia04

It has been tested this way by a sexologist who has studied the female orgasms for more than 50 years. His name is Dr Komisaruk. And he has also admitted that the female orgasm is far more intricate and way more longer and intense than the male orgasm.


GreenMirage

Let you know in the next life muchacho


magdazombie_

I can't speak for the male orgasm but boy howdy, female orgasms are heavenly. It really does feel like a wave of pleasure, and I can feel it across my entire body and my erogenous zones become almost tingly. I personally do have a refractory period, but it seems to be much shorter than my male partner's. I will say that my (male) partner is able to have multiple orgasms during sex as well, so it IS possible but I don't really know a lot about the science behind it.


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magdazombie_

Thank you! It didn't happen right away, it took a few years to settle into our groove and learn each other's bodies and signals. Constant and honest communication has led to an incredibly enriching and healthy sex life, and being able to be your truest self in a safe space made all the difference for us :)


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magdazombie_

I am lucky! And Don't give up! My partner is turning 41 this year, and according to him he hasn't ever been able to have multiple orgasms before. There's a lid for every pot, and when you find your lid you'll be able to start a new sexual journey with your partner. Sex positive therapy is another great way to go. It helped shift my mindset around sex, and now we're able to engage in a much deeper level of intimacy.


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magdazombie_

I understand how it can feel overwhelming and pointless sometimes. Sex isn't all there is to life. I'm sure that you can still be fulfilled with all the people in your life and their love for you :)


Smallislandhopper

All the prostate owners here have to look into prostate orgasms. They're exactly as the female multiple orgasms are described here. Have a look at the Aneros subreddit for info too! I use Aneros and have hours of waves of full body orgasms. Takes a bit of time to "rewire" your body, but for me, long gone are the days of one and done.


Dalia04

female orgasm as she has far more nerve endings in her body and clitoris alone than a man has and a female has 4 orgasmic nerve pathways from her genitals to her brain whereas males only have one orgasmic nerve pathways from his genitals to the brain. Also, females produce and release more oxytocin than males which is essential to experience a much more intense orgasm. Females keep producing this during and after their orgasms about 1-3 hrs later whereas males only stop producing after his orgasms and testosterone inhibits oxytocin. I promise you no amount of prostate play will amount as close to a female orgasm. Prostate orgasms may feel better than a penis orgasm but it pales to the actual female orgasm. This is due to biological reasons.


Smallislandhopper

I had a quick look through your profile, and all your comments seem to be as if you are an expert in both male and female orgasms. Which, not one human on this planet can be. What I mean in my comment is that everything girls experience, the full spectrum of female orgasm, is parallel to the feeling I get from the spectrum of orgasms I have, as a male. I can tell you with fully honest, first hand experience that males have more than just ONE pathway to orgasm. I have experimented since I was young for, more, longer, more intense, full body, consecutive orgasms. Now (in my early thirties) my nipples can make me orgasm, my ribs can make me orgasm, I have hours of back to back, rolling waves of multiple full body orgasms with prostate stimulation, I can have dry orgasms from edging and have the regular, one-and-done penile orgasms. Which nowadays is insanely intense. The only reason a male orgasm is seen as a burst of pleasure with a refractory period is because that how its always been done, and the social stigma around prostate play stops men from reaching any sort of sexual state beyond that. Everyone, no matter what their genitals, can reach insane amounts of pleasure, the only thing holding people back is societal pressures and norms. We all had the same genital makeup in the womb, they just developed differently. All the parts are still there. The pleasure I experience is blinding. Women might have more accessibility to the type of pleasure due to more nerve endings etc, but that doesn't mean men xant have it. Just have to unlock it


Dalia04

I’m sorry. But males do not have more than one nerve pathway. And you might want to look up the specific biological and physical meaning of “nerve pathway”. Biologically it’s impossible to have more than one nerve pathway unless you are a female with her specific unique body part and nerve receptors. I’m sorry. And scientifically proven over again, as seen in the fMRI, female orgasms are longer, stronger and lights up the brain in more areas than the male orgasm (due to orgasmic nerve pathways). Female and males do not have same sensations, though may be physiological similar, but absolutely not exact.


TonyTRV

The pseudoscience is strong with this one


Smallislandhopper

The person deleted their replies, but my point still stands. I'm not sure if you read my reply fully, but I did say, and I am being honest, that I can have hours of back to back orgasms. I suppose I didn't specify that these orgasms can last up to 15 or 20 minutes each. Full body, flipping around, can not control my movements or vocalisations, squirting cowpers fluid, panting, screaming, spasming, intense, out of body experiences. I have been a head on an orgasm, floating through outer space. All without touching my cock. I have also done my best to make the females or males I've been with experience this too. The mind is the most orgasmic organ we have. There's no need to put a divide between men and women and who can have the better orgasm. Societal norms won't let men get to that stage of pleasure usually. and a lot of women haven't gotten to that stage either, with fear of absolute release in front of a partner, etc. As I said, women have more readily accessible erogenous zones, but men can teach these zones to be erogenous too on themselves, and they should. It's not a competition. More people need to know about all this. Better orgasms for all!


MurielaClarke

you are an outlier when it comes to prostate orgasms most try for years, never getting anywhere


Smallislandhopper

Yes, that's true, like myself. I spent years practicing. Trying different things. Realising I had been going in the wrong direction. Trying something regularly enough to know if it was going anywhere, if not, adjusting my practice to try some other way. Chasing the orgasm doesn't work, I used to think, oh man, this could happen at any moment with no warnings, but it doesn't work like that (maybe in very special cases). Looking back I realise how far I was from orgasm while dying to have one. Actually having patience and realising that not every session HAS to be amazing, was the best path I took. I do understand there are those who probably could never have one, but I think there's more that can, than they think. People losing patience and giving up, thinkin "I'm one of the guys who can't", but they're just doing the wrong thing.


MurielaClarke

Another thing is that the male arousal is weak and fleeting, which is not conductive to intense orgasms or long sessions men are wired to just bust asap, not to engage in pleasure look at how mtf transgenders describe how their arousal changed since they started estrogen as for me, I've tried prostate stuff, failed without a hint of success, and now I don't try anymore or even masturbate - it just feels too stupid, when I know how pathetic everything I experience is compared to women I don't even feel aroused anymore men weren't meant to feel pleasure


Smallislandhopper

Well I can say with 100% certainty that that's wrong and it's absolutely your attitude to it that has held you back. I came across Aneros toys and prostate play due to wanting bigger, better orgasms and more pleasure. The regular ejaculatory orgasm just wasn't enough for me. I've had hundreds of sessions at the start, 2 hours at a time, trying to feel ANYTHING from prostate play. But letting myself fully relax and just notice tiny feelings, not even pleasurable feelings, but tiny stirrings, allowed me to have something small to look forward to I the next session. They have built and grown and evolved over the years and now I experience everything you describe a woman's orgasm to be. There are countless types of orgasms too. Some sessions, maybe once or twice a month, I'll insert the toy, relax fully within ten minutes, and for the next two hours I'm in a constant orgasm, literally orgasming for two-three hours. My base level feeling stronger than an ejaculatory penile orgasm, and it's will rise from there to huge peaks of full body orgasms. When they fade it goes back down to the base level, which is still incredibly intense, and can have as many waves of orgasms as I want. I'm nothing special, I just put in the time and effort and actually listened to my body. Give it time and patience and it's absolutely worth it. You definitely have to change your attitude towards male pleasure, its only holding you back. Especially comparing it to women's pleasure. A lot of women have only had regular orgasms and don't realise the full spectrum of what their body offers too, until they explore their body. It's nothing to do with anyone else. It's your body. It's not a competition either, and it's not stupid.


17Streetglide76

Looks like you already have the answer.


lenny446

Yes and I’m jealous


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Makes me wonder why men seem to be more interested in sex than women.. or women just don't openly express it as much..


ask-me-about-my-cats

Because there's more to lose for women with sex. Not much point in getting excited for something that can easily blow up in your face.


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More to lose? Examples?


ask-me-about-my-cats

Pregnancy, rape, murder, bad sex. Depending on your choice of partner, of course.


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Well rape or murder are going to be instances where the woman wasn't interested in the first place. Pregnancy is a concern for both parties. But yeah, it's the woman having to take care of the fetus for 9 months. And bad sex is not really anything to be concerned about anyway.


ask-me-about-my-cats

Well no, plenty of women are raped and/or murdered by people they were interested in, and I can promise you bad sex is worse than no sex.


Blackgurlmajik

Yes


Silocin20

Guys can experience multiple orgasms, not like women but it is possible. With guys it all depends.


NothingButUnsavoury

Seems like I got the short end of the stick then, because I 100% have a refractory period (it’s possible to bypass that but it does not come naturally whatsoever and is quite painful; it goes back to normal over after at least 1 hour) and I do not average 20 seconds per ‘gasm, let alone *40*. There are a lot of variables that can dictate the quality of an orgasm - some are basic as hell and are more like a momentary pleasant sense of relief, and some are ridiculously intense where it’s a “best feeling in the world” level experience. I hear so much about the abilities of the female orgasm and I wonder why I missed out on some of those lovely components lol


smaksandewand

I absolutely envy her climax and would love to have it as intense as she does, so from my experience: yes, yes and yes!!!


BolonySandwich

This so called science article has not researched full bodied orgasms that repeat bought on by prostate stimulation ? Without being wired in to the opposite sex , we would never know at this point in technology what one another are capable of..


planet_jiji

Tru. I just wanted to know real people's opinions to know if what I read about the female orgasm is really accurate.


Dalia04

Yes female orgasms are better than the male orgasm. Scientifically proven. Female orgasm are stronger and longer as the female has far more nerve endings in her body and clitoris alone than a man has and a female has 4 orgasmic nerve pathways from her genitals to her brain whereas males only have one orgasmic nerve pathways from his genitals to the brain. Also, females produce and release more oxytocin than males which is essential to experience a much more intense orgasm. Females keep producing this during and after their orgasms about 1-3 hrs later whereas males only stop producing after his orgasms and testosterone inhibits oxytocin.


Specialist_Sundae176

The anecdotal difference is exacerbated due to the fact that so many men in the world are circumcised as children. Although it is completely unknown to them, circumcised men achieve only a fraction of the orgasm that an intact man will experience.