Aaah, orgasms. The holy grail of pleasure for many individuals, the point of climax is often the ultimate release of an intimate sex session.
Although this may not always be the case, it’s clear that we tend to place quite a lot of importance of orgasms. This is understandable too — as orgasms provide some incredibly intense sensations and a release of all kinds of chemicals in the body that leave you in a feel-good mood.
Over the years orgasms seem to have been the focus of many sex-centric discussions, and as the open discussion of orgasms has grown so, too, has the variety of orgasms that one can supposedly achieve.
Clitoral, G-Spot, cervical. There was even one woman who could supposedly achieve orgasm from brushing her teeth, whereas some women can apparently even think themselves to orgasm.
But as the lexicon around the female orgasm seems to grow, the male orgasm seems to have been woefully neglected. Sure, multiple orgasms get discussed from time-to-time but beyond that, one would be forgiven for assuming that men had only one default orgasm type — penile accompanies with ejaculation. Thankfully this is not the case.
As with the expanding language around the female orgasm, it could be argued that the limited language around the male orgasm is mostly to do with expectations and a lack of diversity in terms of definition.
The most iconic part of the male orgasm is the point of climax, after all, so it has become the typical focal point for discussion of the male orgasm. It’s also seen as the most important element in many ways — serving the biological purpose of continuing the human race (a noble cause indeed).
But if we extend the language around the male orgasm then what do we get? The results may just surprise you.
As said before, the most common (and expected) orgasm for men is a penile orgasm (also known as ejaculation).
Penile orgasms are something that most men become adept at early on in life and is the typical go-to for sexual satisfaction.
Such orgasms typically involve the stimulation of the shaft and glans of the penis, primarily through stroking or thrusting motions (either done solo or as part of a group activity).
Even if other orgasms are on the table, ejaculation is typically involved too.
Fun fact: Ejaculation and orgasm in men are actually two different actions. One (ejaculation) is a biological response that tends to occur after orgasm (though can sometimes occur without it) whereas the other (orgasm) is an action felt heavily in the brain with various other physical and psychological benefits.
Because of this, it is entirely possible for men to train themselves to have multiple orgasms by detaching the physical act of ejaculation with the much more complex action or orgasm.
Of course, this takes a lot of practice but the results are typically worth it.
Women may have the G-Spot but men have the P-Spot and this area can be just as potent when it comes to orgasms.
The P-Spot, otherwise known as the prostate, is a gland which makes up part of the male reproductive system. Typically it goes about its daily business without much fuss, but stimulate it via massage (either internally or externally) and it can produce an orgasm that some consider to be even better than penile orgasms.
Distinct from prostate orgasms, anal orgasms can occur in men as a result of anal rimming and other forms of stimulating the anal opening and rectal canal.
Sometimes other stimulation will be needed in order to make anal orgasms truly effective but this is not always the case, especially if the recipient has been practicing with multiple orgasms.
Balls may be a sensitive topic for some men, but this sensitivity doesn’t always have to be unpleasant. In fact, by exploring different techniques for massage, pressure, and “controlled pain” some men might just find themselves bursting with enthusiasm for some ball-play.
Testicular orgasms are particularly common for those who engage in Ball Busting, which has many other benefits too.
This type of orgasm is achieved primarily via urethral sounding—the use of sterilized metal rods inserted carefully in to the urethra in order to achieve unique sensations.
While urethral sounding can result in some incredible orgasms it’s important to do your research into the right equipment and methods needed and to play it extra safe. No one wants to have a mishap with their manhood.
Aaaand, finally, perhaps the most under-mentioned orgasm of all…
Blended orgasms have been conventionally considered as a female-only affair.
But let’s consider the definition of a blended orgasm for a moment, shall we?
Typically a blended orgasm is considered to be an orgasm in which more than one erogenous zone is stimulated at a time—resulting in multiple points of pleasure at the point of climax.
If you’re a man and you’ve experimented with butt plugs then chances are you’ve already experienced a blended orgasm without even thinking about it! Same goes for anyone who has had their balls tugged and squeezed while their shaft was being worked, or had a rim job while working their shaft.
The only difference here is the language, the action—hitting more than one spot at once—is something that anyone can theoretically achieve.
So next time you’re lamenting about your limited orgasm options just remember that erogenous zones are everywhere on the body and it’s very do-able to hit more than one at once. Practice doing so and you may soon find that your options for orgasm experience and explosive expansion.
Fuse Brings Interactive Sex Tech To New Heights With Ground-breaking Bi-directional Control
October 10, 2017 (Amsterdam/Stratham, NH) —
Today, Sex Tech innovators OhMiBod and Kiiroo announce the release of a new, jointly developed interactive pleasure product.
OhMiBod and Kiiroo partnered to create Fuse, a dual-stimulating, touch-sensitive vibrator. Fuse’s touch controls are the first of their kind on the market, and give couples more ways to enjoy connectivity than ever before.