By Tracey Cox. The myth of the simultaneous orgasm is still clutching onto the bed sheets tenaciously - and judging by the amount of couples on telly still moaning 'Yes! The reality is, you'd be hard pressed to find the same scene recreated in bedrooms at home because couples rarely climax together. Let's take a look at the facts. Men's orgasms last around seconds if he's lucky , women's orgasms can last 15 seconds or more much more, if she's lucky and he's adept.
Shared orgasms: how to come at the same time as your partner
How to Orgasm at the Same Time as Your Partner | Shape
It turns out, knowledge is power and pleasure. In order to have simultaneous orgasms with your partner, you have to know what makes you climax. Once you have that intel, there are some awesome sex positions that will help you orgasm at the same time as your partner. None of these require hours of kegels or getting in touch with your chakras. Though to be honest, those ideas couldn't hurt in your endeavor for the simultaneous orgasm. Seriously though, the benefits of climaxing at the same time as your partner are not only the intense romance of the connection, but also the awesome fact that you get to pass out after your trip to O-Town.
My New Year's Resolution Is to Finally Have More Orgasms with My Partner
A shared orgasm, where both partners climax together at the same time and enjoy a simultaneous orgasm, is arguably one of the greatest joys of sex, and yet surprisingly few straight couples manage to achieve this every time they have sex. Having said that, most couples have achieved the holy orgasm grail at some point in their relationship, so we know it is doable. We reveal the tricks to achieving simultaneous orgasms:. There are clear benefits to enjoying a simultaneous orgasm - it means that you can both share in that glorious sex afterglow at the same time, making sexual bonding even more intense.
In Hollywood, all a man has to do is thrust once or twice and his celluloid partner begins to writhe in orgasmic ecstasy. That is because on-screen sex is synchronised, meaning that orgasms are always simultaneous, and no one ever needs instruction. It is infuriating because instead of reflecting reality, such portrayals of sex create unrealistic expectations and add to existing anxieties about adequacy. The simultaneous orgasm is not commonplace.