In the column “Who gets the most pleasure from sex, the man or the woman?” (05-Jan-1990: an oldie, but a goodie) Cecil states that ‘women can have multiple orgasms without having to rest in between’ and ‘Young men can have multiple orgasms within ten minutes or so, but this ability drops off sharply after age 30’.
I have in my possession a book which claims to teach men how to separate the orgasm from the male ejaculation. (I believe the name of the book is ‘The Multi-Orgasmic Man’, but I’m not going to go downstairs at this particular moment to verify the details.) I obtained this book shortly before wedding and learned the techniques during the first year of marriage. I now (at least seem to) have 2 or more orgasms during intercourse before ejaculating. I’ve never been able to bring myself to the nirvana that the book describes obtained by men who can feel satisfied with multiple orgasms, but without ejaculating. I’m very glad to just be able to experience some great sensations for a long period of time and never have to worry about ‘waiting’ for my spouse or recounting baseball statistics (which is good, because the only one I know is that baseball has 9 innings).
I’m almost positive such a racy topic must have been discussed before, but I found no mention of it on the boards. Have I been duped, or are my multiple orgasms real?
R.R. - Houston, TX