But imagine if you could have a full-body, toe-curling orgasm every single time you climaxed? Alright, we can't promise it'll happen every time, but there are a bunch of sex techniques you can implement while masturbating, during sex, and outside of the bedroom that could help take your climaxes to the next level. As in, you'll be feeling sensations throughout your entire body. So how does one go about strengthening the male orgasm? We spent some time chatting with sexologists and poring over the latest research to see what we could find. Strap in and listen up.
Especially considering that they often directly follow sex. Why complicate an already good thing? If you want to extend the experience, then you should become familiar with the concept of edging. This form of orgasm control — which you can read about here — requires you to decrease stimulation before you hit climax. Sure, it takes some self-control, but some say putting things off lead to a more explosive reward in the end. Plus, it gives your partner more to hit their mark. The more orgasms, the merrier.
Orgasms feel pretty good. But as the romantic comedies of Nancy Meyers and Rob Marshall have taught us, why settle for something good when you can have something great? And, chances are you never thought your orgasms could feel even better.
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