It’s not a myth! It is possible for men to experience multiple orgasms. However, they have to train their bodies to experience an orgasm without the ejaculation. That’s right, orgasm and ejaculation are two different events!
STEP ONE: PUMP THOSE PCs!
The most important step to preventing ejaculation is to train your PC (pubococcygeus muscle) muscles. The PC muscles are the ones you squeeze when you want to stop the flow of urine in midstream. Teach yourself to ‘kegel.’ Kegel exercises consist of repeatedly contracting and releasing those PC muscles. Start off by doing three sets of twenty kegels, twice a day. Eventually, you’ll work your way up to sets of ten. You can strengthen your PCs with regular exercise—and it takes strong PCs if you want to ride the multiple-orgasm train.
STEP TWO: TAKE MATTERS INTO YOUR OWN HANDS!
It’s easier to learn to become multi-orgasmic alone at first than to try learning with a partner. Make yourself comfortable, and masturbate as usual. As you reach the “point of no return” just before climax, stop stroking and squeeze those PC muscles to decrease your sexual stimulation. You’re still going to experience an orgasm, but by squeezing, you stop your body from releasing any fluid. It takes practice to get the timing just right, but keep at it. Remember: if at first you don’t succeed, try and try again.
STEP THREE: WELCOME ALL COMERS!
Once you’ve polished your skills at multiple-orgasm alone, share your experience with your significant other. Be open and honest. Together with your partner, explore your sexual awareness. What parts of your body are most easily aroused? Your neck? Your nipples? The backs of your knees?
Dare to explore your sexuality this week. In fact, dare to explore it again and again and again!