Sex Ed 101 🤓: the Science 🔬 behind Orgasms 🙊 ...

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Maybe you're a virgin. Maybe you're sexually active. Maybe you've only orgasmed by using your own two hands. It doesn't matter what your situation is, because you probably don't know all there is to know about that blissful sensation that sex can cause.

The video down below will teach you why orgasms actually happen. Basically, it's the contraction of a man's anal sphincter, prostate gland, or penis muscles. Meanwhile, it's the contraction of a woman's anus, pelvic muscles, vagina, or uterus. To learn more about the length of a common orgasm and refractory periods, check out the video down below:

What other information do you have for us all about orgasms?

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Mary
i only have orgasms when it's by myself or receiving oral , never by regular sex
Carolina
I have never achieved one
Twirpytwila
What does it mean if you stop having orgasms? I've always had orgasms until about six months ago now I can't achieve one.
Kayla
The video is not here
Wendy
Ohhhh my gawd!
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