Before all else you must know that there are many people who don’t experience orgasms. In fact 30% of people with vulvas find it difficult to reach an orgasm when having sex with their partner. Young people who are just introduced to the world of sex find it difficult to reach an orgasm as well. If your goal is to experience an orgasm you must get to know your body well so as to discover what an orgasm feels like.
Train yourself by discovering what gives you pleasure. Masturbation is a great way to reach an orgasm successfully. Experiment with different levels of touching and pressure and with stimulating your vagina, penis or anus with your fingers or a vibrator. The key to become orgasmic is to get to know your body as much as you can.
If you find it difficult to reach an orgasm then there might be certain factors like stress that prevent you. Try to take the focus off of having an orgasm and just pay attention to your feelings. Concentrate on physical sensations rather than thoughts.
Source: Brown University
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