The Male Multi-Orgasm: Does It Really Exist?
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The Male Multi-Orgasm: Does It Really Exist?

Recent studies suggest that male multiple-orgasm is a far more complex issue than we now understand, supporting the idea that it is indeed possible for men to experience multiple orgasms--especially if ejaculation is not involved. Challengers to the male multiple-orgasm state that even females, who generally have at least the capability of experiencing multiple orgasms, are only actually able to achieve them when a rather unique set of conditions are presnet--requiring both continued effective sexual stimulation, as well as sustained sexual interest.

Since first coming to light during Albert Kinsey’s famous sex interviews, the so-called “male multiple-orgasm” has been one the most controversial sex topics among the scientific community.

While a relatively large number of men report having the ability to orgasm multiple times without losing their erection, many physiologists contend that it’s physically impossible for a man to climax more than once without the requisite “resolution” phases in-between. Citing that there are major physiological differences between what men and women experience immediately following an orgasm, men are physically precluded from climaxing more than once.

Recent studies, however, suggest that male multiple-orgasm is a far more complex issue than we now understand, supporting the idea that it is indeed possible for men to experience multiple orgasms--especially if ejaculation is not involved.

Challengers to the male multiple-orgasm state that even females, who generally have at least the capability of experiencing multiple orgasms, are only actually able to achieve them when a rather unique set of conditions are presnet--requiring both continued effective sexual stimulation, as well as sustained sexual interest.

Additionally, since women don’t actually "ejaculate" in the standard sense (by physiological definition), many experts see the so-called “female multi-orgasm” as one major orgasmic event subdivided into several separate “episodes.”

Proponents of male multiple-orgasm, however, argue that much of the disagreement among members of the scientific community actually lies in the terminology itself, the tendency for both professionals and everyday people to use the words “climax” and “orgasm” interchangeably--when they are actually not the same.

According to their perspective, while a man may experience multiple “orgasms,” that doesn’t necessarily mean he “climaxed”--or ejaculated numerous times. In fact, the vast majority of men who have reported multiple orgasms report “dry,” emission-free multi-orgasms, meaning the resolution period was virtually non-existent.

Proponents also site the results of recent studies involving men who report having begun masturbating as a teen (or even indulged in sexual intercourse) prior to being able to produce ejaculate, but were nonetheless able to achieve orgasm--despite not producing “cum.”  Some men have also stated that they became multi-orgasmic long before they could produce ejaculate (and thought that every male was), and were subsequently able to maintain the ability after adulthood.

Many men, who did not acquire the ability in their youth to experience multiple-orgasms, attribute their ability in adulthood to having learned how to forgo ejaculation by applying pressure to the perineum, the soft spot between the scrotum and the anus, just before ejaculating--thus allowing it to build up.

While anatomists contend that the male sex organs aren’t designed to multi-orgasm (and there have been no clinically-documented male multiple-orgasm episodes), considering the wide variety of anecdotal testimony, it seems likely that at least some men are indeed multi-orgasmic. But, whether or not this can be learned or cultivated, has yet to be proven.

One interesting discovery that has surfaced during male multi-orgasm studies is that it appears that men’s pre-pubescent orgasms are sensually quite similar to female orgasms. This suggests that hormonal changes that occur during puberty (perhaps elevated levels of testosterone) are responsible not only for producing semen but greatly alter the very physiological nature of mature male orgasm.

References:

http://www.malemultiple.org/

http://health-fitness-solutions.blogspot.com/2008/07/how-to-achieve-male-multiple-orgasm.html

Jack Johnston, MA, Male Multiple Orgasm: Step-by-Step, 2007

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Comments (6)

Interesting information regarding both male and female multiple orgasm.

 

James, I really enjoyed this article. It was informative and nicely written...Peace Jaz

Thanks, Bethany. Much appreciated.

Fascinating. I am one of these lucky I guess individuals that have experienced multiples. When it occurs it is usually just 'a double' with the same intensity, and just seconds apar. But I have had as many as four, seperated by mere seconds (much to the amazement of my wife whom steadfastly beleived that multiples in men was not possible...)

I know precisely (and intimately) what you mean, stickman.  In my case, it is a skill acquired through Tantra--and one I believe can be learned.

I one of those few that are multiorgasmic See tangible proof please https://www.dropbox.com/s/cu2s2t3aocpv7wp/MVI_0497.mp4?dl=0
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