Achieving consistent, mind-blowing orgasms is kind of like winning the lottery. Sounds amazing, but basically a pipe dream, right? Not necessary: There are little tricks that can help you learn how to have a better orgasm. Yes, more frequently, too.
Happy National Orgasm Day! Yup, July 31 is the one day of the year dedicated to praising orgasms. Although fun holidays like this one and others in the same vein—National Margarita Day, anyone? And when it comes to National Orgasm Day, the best way to celebrate is by hanging out in bed or in the kitchen, or on the living room rug, or some other inventive locale and having an experience that redefines the word "climax. Touching yourself solo can help you understand exactly what you do or don't like in a way partnered sex can't. Kerner agrees. If you're not sure what gets you going, O'Reilly recommends reading up on Literotica.
Culturally, we tend to think of orgasms as the be all and the end all of sex. Of course, orgasms are literally referred to as the "climax" of sex. But that doesn't mean there isn't always room for improvement An orgasm is the involuntary, rhythmic contraction of genital muscles followed by the warm, tingling sensation of pleasure radiating through the body.
The expectations surrounding giving and having orgasms can make people feel inadequate or even strangers to their own bodies, especially for those who have never had an orgasm. Everybody wants to have better orgasms , longer orgasms , faster orgasms , more intense orgasms , g-spot vs. Being able to get your partner or yourself to climax over and over again has become a standard qualifier for good sex versus bad sex.