Orgasms

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Half Hour Orgasm

I knew a girl that said her ex (not me) gave her a half hour orgasm. Anyone verify?
The same guy gave her 6 orgasms in one night.

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blueyes20

blueyes20over a year ago

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Every Girl's Body is Different

Although a 30 minute orgasm seems like a bit of a stretch....I can say that I've heard plenty of my girlfriends talk about their orgasms (or lack thereof). The one conclusion I can draw is that every girls body is different. Some girls find it impossible to have an orgasm, some find it incredibly easy. Most of us are somewhere in between...but I think it's safe to say that this girl is telling the truth...or atleast a slight variation of it ;)

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Kyle Miracle

Kyle Miracleover a year ago

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I can verify...

I'm the other guy. Haha JK!

I can attest to this for sure. I've made a girl come through hypnotic sex for over an hour...it wasn't so much one big orgasm, as it was an on-going series of several. There were nights where I gave her over a hundred orgasms also. Pretty mind-blowing stuff. Check it out in my book, hopefully will be finished the end of August.


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sexpert

sexpertover a year ago

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I have those

I wish I could draw this out in a chart for you, but I'm just going to use numbers and hopefully this will make sense.

The vast majority of women experience orgasms as a brief but super intense moment of complete and utter pleasure, and then there is a release afterward in which the level of pleasure goes down, she relaxes, feels very satisfied, and after a refractory period may or may not be ready for more.

So if 1 is not being aroused, and 10 is an orgasm, and we wanted to chart their pleasure, it would look something like: 4, 5, 7, 7, 8, 8, 8, 8, 9, 9, 9, 9, 10!, 8, 7, 6, 8 etc.

Now, a small minority of women don't experience orgasms this way. They reach orgasm intensity much easier than other women, and can stay there for long periods of time. However, the way that they differ is that they don't get that flood of relaxation and satisfaction after just one orgasm. They also don't get super sensitive to touch (which can mean that some women can't be touched directly after orgasm and need time before they can be touched again). For these multiorgasmic women, their chart would look more like:

7, 8,9,10,10,10, 9, 10, 9, 9, 10, 10, 10, 10

As long as you are stimulating these women, they will continue to orgasm.

Is it possible that he gave her a half an hour long orgasm? Sort of. The orgasms that women who have super long and sustained orgasms are different than the ones that are more brief. Women who have the shorter ones tend to get really sensitive afterward and don't want to be continually stimulated, as well, when they relax, there is a flood of hormones that makes them very blissful. When a woman has a sustained orgasm, she gets this flood, but not as strong, which is why she can keep going.

Think about eating a big dinner. Normally, you feel full afterward and you get that satisfying "that was good" feeling. This is more like what the majority of women experience. Now, imagine you just smoked a whole bunch of mary jane and have the world's biggest case of the munchies. Sure, eating is good, it's great, you can taste every flavour, but you aren't just satisfied with chips, you want pancakes, jujubes, cupcakes, and chocolate covered pretzels. You are an eating machine, and will just eat yourself out of house and home. In this case, you don't actually really know when you're full until the high is over and you realize you just ate two pounds of food.

Now, some women have the capacity to do both kinds of orgasms. Sometimes women just have a magic combination of hormones that makes them multiograsmic, such as when they go through menopause, or once every three months or once a year. Some women find that certain kinds of drugs (illegal or otherwise) also can change their orgasmic patterns.

Now, does this mean that multiorgasmic is better? Heck no. Does this mean that if you sleep with a girl like the one you described that you have to try to beat six orgasms in one night? Or give her a 45 minute orgasm so that you can prove you are a better lover than her ex? Nope, not at all.

Being a good lover is about listening to your partner, communicating with them, and mutual pleasure. Lots of women enjoy sex without even achieving an orgasm. It's actually that flood of satisfaction that happens after the orgasm or sex that makes a woman feel really good. For super multiorgasmic women, cuddling after sex might be more important because this is the time that they begin to feel that flood of satisfaction rather than during the actual act of sex

It's also important not to try to compare yourself to previous lovers. This goes with everyone. Yes, you are different from previous lovers, but it's not your job to try out-do her past lovers, it's your job to share a moment with her... to create mutual pleasure... to explore each other with respect and trust.

Orgasms aren't worth points. There is no score card. A woman who has one orgasm during sex can be just as satisfied and experience just as much pleasure as someone who has 6 orgasms or a half an hour orgasm.

And if you never end up sleeping with a woman who is super multiorgasmic, that's perfectly normal. we're actually kinda rare, so rare that most sexual health textbooks don't mention us. I have only found two references in academic sources that reflected anything close to what I experienced (although I never went looking all that hard).

You're much more likely to sleep with a woman who doesn't have orgasms from penetration, or may never have had an orgasm from anything besides masturbation. So it's more important that you realize that orgasms aren't the be-all-end-all of pleasure, and that other things matter too.

Darn it, and I said I was going to make shorter posts.

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