How to Orgasm Every Time

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How to Orgasm Every Time
Want to know how to orgasm every time you make love? Follow these five essential steps!

Wondering how to orgasm every time you make love? You are not alone! Many women want to know how to have orgasms. Some want to know how to orgasm more easily, others want to know how to have their first orgasm. The good news? With very few exceptions, every woman can learn how to orgasm and experience more pleasure. Our bodies are designed for orgasm, and with some (very pleasurable!) practice you’ll be able to master the skills so you can enjoy more orgasms, both alone and with a partner.  Here are the top five things you need to do to learn how to orgasm more easily! This article is about female orgasm. If you are a man wanting to learn how to orgasm in a new way, check out our resources on the Edging Technique and Ejaculation Control.

Trust Your Body Knows How To Orgasm
Orgasm is a natural physical experience, as natural as breathing. Orgasm is a climax of sexual arousal, a symphony of physical responses that includes contractions of pelvic muscles and a flood of pleasure-inducing hormones from the brain. Your body knows how to orgasm, you may just need to give it some practice! Check out The Pleasure Mechanics resources on the difference between Arousal, Erection, Orgasm and Female Ejaculation so you know what your body is capable of.

Believe It Is Possible!
No matter how much trouble you have had achieving orgasms, try to believe that it is possible! Your body is designed for pleasure, wired to experience orgasm. There just may be a few roadblocks getting in the way. But if you don’t believe it is possible, your body won’t try very hard. So give yourself permission to experience orgasm, believe that you deserve orgasms and approach each new sexual experience with an open mind. Remember, most women do not have orgasm during intercourse, but rather through clitoral stimulation from hands or oral sex. So if you haven't had an orgasm during intercourse, this isn't a problem, it is totally normal! Explore other ways of stimulating your clitoris, and then have intercourse after you've already had an orgasm and it will be way more pleasurable!

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