Multiple Orgasms! You've heard of them, probably. Wondered about them, maybe. Attempted them, never -- most likely. And why not? If you can have one successful orgasm, you can have two or three or more. In fact, even if you have never been able to satisfactorily negotiate a single, you can still learn to have multiples.
In terms of orgasms, more is definitely better. Here's why.
A single orgasm is usually reached in a matter of seconds or minutes, leaving little time for attending to the individual needs and fantasies of the partners involved. Multiple orgasms, by contrast, build slowly, allowing them to address a myriad of individual desires.
A single orgasm, riding the wave of naturally released sleep hormones, depletes a man's energy and sends him straight into slumber mode. In multiple orgasms, the longer they last, the stronger the payoff, yet they still manage to re-energize mind, body and soul, allowing for more effective after-play and intimacy.
A single orgasm is known to come in a variety of intensities, from a mere fizzle to a firestorm. Multiples produce firestorms as a minimum and build up significantly from there.
A single orgasm leaves a man languishing for hours or even days, depending on age and state of health. With a multiple, he can be up and ready for an encore immediately thereafter.
A single orgasm is a nice thing to have when time is an issue or there are no alternatives, which clearly there are. Why so few choose to talk about it, let alone investigate, is puzzling. Is it so intimidating to the nature of the solution-seeking male that just because a task can be accomplished in a matter of seconds doesn't mean it ought to be?
Let's dispel the myths of irrational thinking right now with a few simple rules based on a deeply cherished secret. Follow them, practice them, and believe in them, and the greatest mind-blowing orgasms will become a permanent part of your vastly more glorious universe.
Know your body. Become intimately acquainted with those regions of flesh and sinew that awaken you sexually. Manipulate them with your hands, your mind, anything comforting that gives you joy.
Breathe slowly, rhythmically, taking in pure pleasure, letting go of stress and inhibition.
The more you practice delayed gratification, the more effectively you resist the short-term indulgence of single orgasms for the long-term ecstasy of multiples.
The PC (pubococcygeal) muscle offers you the double advantage of delaying orgasm and heightening pleasure. The stronger it becomes the greater satisfaction you will derive from your orgasms. Flex your PC four times a day, 20 to 30 times each, and increase gradually, Test it whenever you have an urgency to urinate, since this multi-talented muscle controls that bodily function, as well.
Explore those stimuli around you that cause you to become aroused, excited, and ultimately engaged in an advance toward orgasm.
Once you have learned how to postpone ejaculation, you are ready to share your secrets with your partner.
Introduce techniques gradually, postponing climax to accommodate your mutual needs and desires, while extending your enjoyment indefinitely.
It cannot be stressed enough that the only way to become an expert at anything is to practice. Fortunately, the practice of sexual skills is more pleasure than pressure, so there's no reason to resist homework. Indulge yourself regularly, knowing you are going to derive the full benefits of your labor. And so will the object of your desire.
You now have an obvious choice. Carry on with the sexual lifestyle you've been practicing till now, or proceed to the one about which you only dared dream -- and which offers the potential to take you places you never knew existed.
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