Women can orgasm forever. No seriously, there isn't a limit to the amount of times a woman can orgasm in any one sexual session. After orgasm, men experience a rest period where they lose their erection - they need to get this back for orgasm 2.0.
Women can keep going because they don't physiologically need any 'recovery time' (aka the refractory period) like men.
If you want to achieve multiple orgasms you'll need to get your brain in gear. Post-orgasm it's easy to switch off and think 'we're done' when really you need to stay mentally turned on for round two. One of the biggest misconceptions women have about multiple orgasms is that they happen by chance, but they require planning and a little bit of extra thought.
For multiples you'll need strong pelvic floor muscles and lots of varied stimulation. Some women struggle to achieve multiples because they are over stimulated in one particular area, which leads to sensitivity.
Tell your man you're in it for the long haul and ask him to switch between erogenous zones - nipples, clitoris, G-Spot, inner thighs, backs of the knees, neck - so you're constantly aroused between orgasms.
Men can't experience multiples because they need to rest (aahhhh), but you can have three different kinds of multiples. Result!
There are 'Compound singles' where each orgasm is separate and distinct, with a return to a partially un-aroused state between each peak. There are 'Sequential multiples' where orgasms occur two to ten minutes apart and 'Serial multiples' where orgasms are separated by seconds or just a minute. This can feel like one long climax that varies in intensity.
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