Multiple Orgasms

Fri, 09/20/2013 - 09:06
Submitted by Carlin Ross

All women can have multiple orgasms.

Enhancing orgasm for both genders

Fri, 09/20/2013 - 23:57

One of the problems for men seeking to enhance their sexual experiences is the prevalent attitude that everything important is already known about male sexuality. This is far from true, but because it seems to be the accepted wisdom there is a kind of apathy about male erotic potential---an unspoken belief that nothing of interest remains to be discovered. I'm not aware, for example, of any well-known sexologists who are devoting their careers to helping men explore and expand their sexual potential. In other words, there's no Betty Dodson for men---and there should be.

We know there are women who struggle and struggle to have even one orgasm, and there are men who can have multiple orgasms in a short time span with no so-called refractory period. Kinsey wrote about them decades ago. One man who could have one orgasm after another demonstrated it for a group of university researchers a couple of years ago. They were dumbfounded, because their training told them he shouldn't have been able to do this. But men with this capability have been posting videos of themselves online for years---they've just apparently been largely ignored by the sexology establishment. I think that many men stop after their first orgasm because they've been taught to believe that they have to, that their session is over after that first come and they're necessarily finished for the day. Not true. Many men could keep going, but they often don't even try, because they've been propangandized about their supposed (and very arbitrary) sexual limits. Our current knowledge of human sexual potential is rudimentary, yet we treat it as if it's definitive.

I'd like to see a movement devoted to enhancing everyone's sexual potential---expanding their joy and ability in both solo and partner sex. A sort of Institute of Higher Human Sexuality, equally friendly and devoted to all ages, genders, and orientations. We don't have anything like this now in our cultural mainstream. Attitudes towards sexuality and gender are all too often envious, fragmented, mistrustful, and competitive. Since these attitudes are a reflection of the unhealthy aspects of our culture they're to be expected to a certain extent, but it doesn't have to be that way. There can be sexual teaching, research, and therapy that is inclusive, welcoming to all, respectful, and cooperative. This can happen, and I'd really like to be around to see it.