Orgasms get a LOT of attention in the world of sexuality and there are a ton of myths and misunderstandings about orgasms that prevent us from fully experiencing pleasure, connection and climax.
Orgasm is a specific event in the body: a release of accumulated sexual tension, marked by involuntary contractions of the pelvic muscles and cascade from excitement to enjoyment.
Orgasm is a brain event, not a genital event. This is essential for understanding that orgasm can be experienced from ANY kind of stimulation that produces arousal in the system.
All bodies can experience one or more orgasms in any given sexual event, with or without ejaculation. Most people experience a building of sexual excitement towards a threshold, and a “point of inevitability” at which orgasm is imminent.
Orgasms can range from mild to wild, quick to long lasting, serene to bestial.
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Speaking Of Sex Episodes About Orgasm
Here are a few of our most popular podcast episodes about orgasm:
- Episode #261: Multiple Orgasms For Every Body
- Episode #298: Expanding Orgasmic Capacity
- Episode 304: Full Body Orgasms For Every Body
- Episode 355: Are There Different Types of Orgasms? G-Spot, A-Spot, P-Spot Orgasms?
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