If you're one of the few women who can pull off multiple orgasms like they're NBD, congrats! We're pretty sure they exist, but it'd be a lot easier to get on board if we'd ever experienced one ourselves. If you're looking for tips on how to improve your odds of experiencing the mythical multiple orgasm, you can find some helpful tips here and here. In the meantime, two real women who Are About That Life explain exactly what it feels like to have multiple orgasms.
7 Myths About Orgasms That Are Totally False
Sexual Health Facts: The Truth about Female Orgasms
There's a lot of bad information spinning around out there, and there's a lot of male-centered information. Women orgasm differently from men, and in some ways the act of sex as we currently know and accept it is in opposition to women's pleasure. In honor of tomorrow -- International Day of the Female Orgasm -- let's get to dispelling the top 11 myths about the female orgasm from my new book, O Wow: Discovering Your Ultimate Orgasm. Sex is about pleasure. Sometimes, it's also about connection. Orgasm is a lovely byproduct. But too many people think of sex -- and masturbation for that matter -- as akin to a road trip.
The multiple orgasm: Does it exist and who knows for sure?
Registered in Ireland: If you want to explore your potential, it is probably best to begin with self-stimulation, says Suzi Godson. Are multiple orgasms a myth?
Lately, the orgasms experienced by people with vaginas have become a popular topic of discussion within feminism. But unfortunately, feminist dialogues too often focus on debunking a few select myths while ignoring or even perpetuating others. No doubt, articles like these are trying to give women confidence and help them enjoy their bodies. And they may very well do that. But they also exoticize the hell out of women, not to mention conflate gender identity with genitals and other biological factors.