How To Orgasm At The Same Time As Your Man

To spice things up.

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Couples who come together, stay together… kinda. Well, at least it looks romantic when it’s portrayed in movies and books.

But it’s highly uncommon in real life, say sex experts we consulted. Out of the Singapore women that we polled, 29% have never climaxed at the same time with their partners. 75% climax together five times or less out of every 10 times they have sex. But coming together doesn’t come by accident—it can be achieved with a little effort. Scroll through the gallery to read tips shared by Singapore experts on how to achieving synchronised Os.

THE EXPERT OPINION ON SIMULTANEOUS ORGASMS
Consultant psychiatrist Dr Calvin Fones says that many women might not be aware of how to time their own orgasms, or have the ability to come when they want. “Simultaneous orgasms require women to hurry and men to hold back,” adds clinical sexologist Martha Lee. She says that “most women usually need other forms of stimulation, like clitoral stimulation, in addition to penetrative intercourse” in order to climax.

But you shouldn’t fret if your lovemaking doesn’t seem to match those onscreen scenes. “It’s the exception rather than the rule for most couples,” says Dr Fones. While it’s fun to try practising, an overemphasis of it “may reduce your enjoyment of sex in general.”

If it’s so difficult to achieve, is it really worth the trouble? “Climaxing at the same time can provide a different kind of mutual enjoyment,” says Dr Fones. “After all, sex is about giving and receiving pleasure. To have that simultaneously intense moment is both exciting and pleasurable.”

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