Want to improve your orgasm-giving skills? Which is totally OK FYI, if you're a sexual person, wanting your partner to enjoy it is all part of a good relationship. Sex and relationships expert for Lovehoney Annabelle Knight explains how to make a man or someone with a penis orgasm. Remember, everyone's body is different and there are no hard and fast rules with it comes to sex.
Men's orgasms may never be as intense as the screaming, multiple orgasms that many women are capable of. But that doesn't mean that they can't be better than average or even earth—shattering, mind—blowing, toe—curling, etc. Just like with women, there are psychological, emotional and physical things that contribute to the quality of a man's orgasm. Every guy is, of course, different, but here are 6 tips that will up the intensity that don't involve cough drops, donuts or or other bizarre gimmicks. Get to know your partner and learn the tell—tale signs. Is there a twitch? A sudden stiffening?
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Speaking as a male, I can't think of anything that remotely equals the thrill of an orgasm. What's weird is that, for all the attention it receives, the male orgasm doesn't get talked about in much detail despite the fact that there can be a huge difference in intensity from one to the next. My guess is that the most women don't know this. With this information gap in mind, I set out to discover what, exactly, makes for the most bone-rattling, foundation-shaking male orgasms, and what women can do to encourage their arrival. I went straight to the experts — a few sex therapists , lots of men. It was as if they the guys, at least were just waiting for someone to ask. So here, finally, is everything you need to know about helping your guy have stronger, longer orgasms.
These techniques and strategies can help make intercourse or masturbation more intense so that it ultimately takes less effort to come. Although Kegels are usually associated with cisgender women and other people with a vagina, everyone can benefit from a bit of toning in the pubococcygeus PC muscles. A basic Kegel exercise requires you to contract and relax the muscles in your pelvic region. In other words, you should hold and release the muscles that you squeeze when you want to stop yourself from peeing or releasing gas.