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Becoming A Multi-Orgasmic Man: This Will Blow Your Mind


Did you know that men can have multiple non-ejaculatory orgasms?

Well, it’s true. Like women, men can actually have more than one orgasm, as well as choose whether or not they want to ejaculate.

It’s kind of like a surfer learning to ride the lip of the wave without falling over either side of it. It will take a bit of practice. But if you keep getting up and paddling yourself out, while keeping a few simple tips in mind, you will get it eventually.

When it comes to content on this topic, it’s usually either cloaked in airy, yogic language or sleazy salesmanship. There is so much mystery and exaggeration that you have to sort through in order to get the real jumpstart how-to tips and results. But, in practice, it’s actually really simple. You just need to put in the time.

My goal with this article is to help you to enjoy the most direct route to the most satisfying multi-orgasmic experience with as little frustration or confusion as possible. Just simple, straightforward information that will help you to master the climax. Let’s get into it.

*Warning* – this takes real effort. It isn’t something that you can fall into (in a sustainable, reliable way) overnight. it takes conscious thought to do the training and a bit of patience to get the timing right. It might take a few weeks to a month before you experience significant results. But once you’ve done it, it becomes easier every time as your mind and body develop the reflexes and muscle memory of exactly what to do and how it feels.

My First Experience With Non-Ejaculatory Orgasms

The first time that I experienced a non-ejaculatory orgasm, it confused the shit out of me. I hadn’t been warned that they were a thing. In fact, I wondered if my dick was broken.

“Did you cum?”

“Umm… I thought I did. But… maybe not?”

“What do you mean?”

“The condom’s empty, and I’m still totally hard.”

“Did it leak out?”

“Nope. It just isn’t there.”

DUN DUN DUUUN!!! The case of the missing semen!

Yup. I had indeed experienced my first non-ejaculatory orgasm. But how is this possible?

To put it in a somewhat overly simplified manner, orgasms occur in the brain and nervous system, whereas an ejaculation is simply an expulsion of semen caused by a pulsing muscle below the belt. Most men mix the two together in their mind (orgasm and ejaculation) and believe that they can’t be separated.

But they can be!

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