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  • Gwen

    I never had an orgasm with a man inside of me until I was 28. This after a failed marriage. I was very happy and surprised. I was not shocked that the orgasm had taken that long to happen. I am surprised that you did not mention the fact that women can squirt during orgasm. I have not achieved this, but I have been with one that has, many times! It was an amazing sight to see! In my opinion for a woman to be able to achieve orgasm with a partner they have to be very comfortable and relaxed. If a woman, is not comfortable with the person they are with, that orgasm, or even multiples will not happen. This is why many women, or even men are only able to achieve release alone through masturbation. People have a lot of hang ups about sex in general. If you are with someone you care very much for you should share your hopes, fears, dreams, and fantasies with them. Yes, fantasies are normal for anyone to have. Even having fantasies about someone else while having sex with someone you care about is completely normal. You have to be comfortable with yourself to enjoy sex.

    • Adi

      for a woman to be able to achieve orgasm with a partner they have to be very comfortable and relaxed

      This is why many women, or even men are only able to achieve release alone through masturbation

      i agree… 100%

      • keisha

        The best the for a woman is to know her own body and what works for her, ive always had orgasms, isnt that the goal!

        • Al

          I totally agree , a woman has to relax ,totally surrender herself and know herself well so she can teach an idiot how to give her an orgasm properly ! All the women I’ve been with have achieved orgasms, and some were hard work ,but I have to reach my goals ,but many were quit fast as fast as 5 minutes, simply because they are totally relaxed and open, and I never judge a woman ,no matter what her pleasure, fantasy etc…. whatever turns her on is my goal !!! Don’t be closed minded or judgemental and you’ll get great results…

          • Becky

            I Argee

    • Brittany

      I never achieved an orgasm with a man inside me until I was 24, after a failed marriage of 6 years!! I thought it was so odd that you said that. But the only orgasms I had had before that were through masturbation and through activity with other females. Then I found him, and he gave me the best ride of my life. We’ve been together for 3 years now, and it just keeps getting better. Oh, and I had never “squirted” either until him. Didn’t know I could. He can use his fingers for about 5 seconds, and it’s like a water fountain. <3

  • Strange to know that even dead people can have orgasms. . .

  • bfg666

    One might be able to make a corpse have an erection by stimulating the right nerves, possibly even making it ejaculate, but an orgasm is a sensation, felt by the brain. Since a corpse’s brain has no neural activity, no conscience, how could it possibly feel an orgasm?

  • batman

    hahaha so that’s why zombies moan? XD

  • Eminae

    If we can have orgasms after death, is it possible for us to also feel pain after death ? Do we ever actually DIE and stop feeling anything physical altogether ?

    • WS

      I wanna be able to enjoy a beer after death.

  • Dave K

    This blog made the same mistake twice. You referred to a man’s “orgasm” and then described some property of his ejaculate. Male ejaculation and orgasm are NOT synonymous. At least not in myself and other straight men. Maybe the stats are better for gay guys. I only bring that up because I haven’t asked any of them about this.

    • asdf

      What?

      • Boom

        What Dave said.

        • desmond

          Wow guys i think dave is pretty dim!

  • Amanda

    interesting piece, thank you. 🙂

    but PLEASE dont refer to anything as a fact because desmond morris wrote it in ‘the naked ape’!

    there is no scientific proof whatsoever for “orgasm as an evolutionary function of nature”. in fact, you point out yourself that children experience orgasms before they are even fertile.

    like so very, very much of the so-called ‘science’ of evolutionary psychology, desmond morris just took his guesswork about why things are as they are, biologically-speaking, and called it “fact”. circular thinking at best, which at it’s worst simply provides so-called “scientific evidence” for bigoted ideas which many societies take for granted.

  • desmond

    Yayy