There is an unfortunate event during sexual stimulation involving a male that follows ejaculation. It is known as the refractory period. The refractory period is a time when a male is unable to immediately have another erection and as a result is not (typically) open to further stimulation or ejaculation.
I’ve been sexually active for a number of years, and I’ve come to know the refractory period as an unfortunate but ubiquitous experience following the climax of stimulation. Until recently.
I cannot fathom why it is so, but recently I have been able to maintain a full erection and continue sexual stimulation despite having a full orgasm and ejaculation. I’ve read that such a thing is not unheard of, but my question goes beyond this.
From what I’ve read, I’ve had the impression that when a male is capable of this, they have always done this. For me, it is a recent development that happens about every other time I engage in sexual stimulation. I’m 21 years old. Why has it changed now? Is this unusual, or unheard of?