Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) August 16, 2012
It’s a fact of nature: Men have an easier time accomplishing orgasm than women while making love. But women have other advantages: "Once we get started, we can do it over and over again", says registered nurse Iyalode Edwards, author of a new book, “Multiple Orgasms Made Simple: ‘How to Do It’ Sex Secrets All Women Should Know!” (http://www.multipleOmadesimple.com).
“The truth is, if you have all your sex organs intact and can achieve the first level of climax by manual, oral, or mechanical stimulation, then you can achieve it multiple times during the same encounter,” she says. “You just need this information, and there has been too much misinformation disseminated.”
A 2011 survey by Jane Magazine found that, while more than 87 percent of men aged 18 to 26 years old experienced orgasm “most or all of the time” during sex, only 46.8 percent of women could say the same thing. And that survey didn't even address how many achieve multiples! Do women even know it's possible? Edwards asks.
She offers a few tips for women to consider:
- While the clitoris is the main regulator for all orgasms, that’s not where all are felt. It can set off a chain reaction that leads to plural peaks originating in other parts of the pelvic area, Edwards says.
- It’s not all up to your sexual partner. “I feel sorry for men! There are so many who believe it’s their job to bring their partner to climax, women will fake it just to protect their egos,” Edwards says. (Fifty-four percent, according to a 2011 Columbia University survey!) In fact, women can show their men what to do, but first they have to understand how to do it themselves.
- Women’s responsiveness is as varied as women themselves. Some respond very quickly and a few don’t even seem to require physical stimulation. Then again some can't seem to manage it at all! A whole chain-reaction of physiological events takes place that prepare the body for orgasm.
About Iyalode Edwards, R.N.
Iyalode Edwards is the author of “Multiple Orgasms Made Simple,” a straightforward, step-by-step how-to guide. Edwards is a registered nurse with more than 35 years of varied experience, who informally interviewed a number of women and physicians as part of her research.