Did you know…
The word “orgasm” comes from the Greek orgân, which means to swell, or to become ripe. A pretty accurate description, don’t you think? One thing is for certain: the concept of orgasms is intriguing, fascinating, and holds many mysteries. Can one optimize their orgasm? Is it possible to intensify it, and experience it more fully? Certainly, and we’re telling you how!
1. Make the pleasure last
An orgasm is generally defined as being the culminating point of sexual desire. Although it’s quite enjoyable (let’s be honest!), it only lasts but a few seconds. So why not pay more attention to the entire process? Start by enhancing sexual excitement throughout your body. When you feel like you’re nearing the point of no return, release the tension by slowing things down. Have fun adjusting your arousal as you please… until you really can’t take it anymore!
2. Contract your vaginal muscles around the penis
During penetration, try to “feel” your partner by tightening the muscles along the inner walls of your vagina around his member. Try contracting for a few seconds, then release. This will help you develop your senses, experience new sensations, and also amplify them. This is a small action that makes a huge difference, for your extreme pleasure, and your man’s, too!
3. Work on your breathing
When you achieve orgasm, your body tends to naturally stiffen up, and your breathing gets really fast and more erratic. In order to avoid limiting sensations in your genitals and to optimize pleasure, it’s important to learn to manage what you feel and to be able to control the ascent of your arousal. Taking slow, deep breaths will relax your muscles and allow you to experience a much more satisfying sexuality, in a more fluid, mobile and comfortable body.
4. Expand your play area
Things are often done almost automatically in the heat of the moment, but it’s not necessarily the most beneficial way to go! Avoid systematically reaching for the genitals (primary erogenous zones) and have fun stimulating the smaller, neglected areas that are just as important (secondary erogenous zones). Pay particular attention to your nipples, the curves of your breasts, the inside of your thighs and invite your partner to see your entire body as an object of pleasure. Have fun discovering what feels nice together—and what doesn’t feel as great.
Ready to go to 7th heaven, ladies?