Everyone would love to have multiple orgasms, but that pesky refractory period tends to get in the way. It turns out, there is a way for guys to climax more than once in a row — it just takes some practice. The first thing you need to know? The technique is known as non-ejaculatory multiple orgasm , or NEMO, according to Mel Magazine , and involves strengthening your pelvic floor.
More than content. But I'd always heard of women who could could climax multiple times and wondered whether I was missing something. Yes, I'd had more than one orgasm before, but it usually happened randomly and alone. I wanted to learn how to do it on command, damn it!
Multiple orgasms don't come easy for everyone, and it's easy to dismiss them as the unicorns of the sex world. But they do happen. But, with the right techniques, it's possible for many more women who didn't think they could have multiple orgasms to have them, says Astroglide's resident sexologist Jessica O'Reilly , Ph. Here's how you can increase your odds: OMGYES's study found that the majority of women need a break between the first orgasm and the second round of stimulation, which could mean you need no touch, less touch, or touch on other parts of the body.
So, you're intrigued by the idea of multiple orgasms. Wanting to experience one after the other is completely normal as is preferring to tap out after the first one and fall into a restorative post-sex slumber. Here, experts explain why many women's bodies are practically designed to have multiple orgasms, and sexual strategies for making them way more likely the next time you feel up for round two. Just like having more than one baby qualifies as multiples, anything more than one orgasm during a sexual encounter does as well, says Krychman. But it doesn't automatically mean you're having O after O without a moment's break—although that's possible!