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What Does The Male Orgasm Feel Like?

Put simply, a man’s orgasm is the sexual climax that occurs when the penis expels semen in a series of intensely pleasurable contractions.

Put simply, a man’s orgasm is the sexual climax that occurs when the penis expels semen in a series of intensely pleasurable contractions.

It’s simple:

  1. The stronger and greater the number of the contractions, the longer and better the quality of the orgasm.
  2. This is true for both men and women.

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What does the male orgasm feel like? I asked a bunch of guys to describe their orgasms, and here’s what I got.

  • “An eruption.”
  • “Pulsating. Throbbing.”
  • “Intense. Quivering.”
  • “Focused in my penis, but spreads throughout my body.”
  • “An explosion, then tingling.”

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Many studies have shown that male and female orgasms possess more similarities than differences. One study asked both sexes to describe the experience of orgasm and subsequently removed specific references to body parts and gender.

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The results were then given to a broad team of doctors and psychologists, with the challenge to distinguish which was which. The result? It was even impossible for a group of trained professionals to tell the difference between the men and the women.

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  1. Oh, that is! :D

  2. and you don’t survey your own description. lol.

  3. Wow!! that is to the point

  4. wow…I`ve always wanted to know how male orgasm feels like…your words just brought me closer to that feeling…:))

  5. Good post. people usually write about the female orgasm.

  6. Good article keep it up

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  8. were the gizz shots really necessary?

  9. Ew @ the picture. Lol.

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