Come Together..Right Now

What’s your definition of great sex?” I asked a former roommate of mine. “Having an orgasm at the same time as my partner,” he replied. As someone who doesn’t simultaneously orgasm often (if ever), I hadn’t expected that answer, let alone given much thought to the subject of the two-for-one orgasm.

Of course, it’s not like you just start having sex and then wham, bam, thank you man/ ma’am, you squeak out a simultaneous orgasm. Especially since, for most women, it seems as elusive as Big Foot and the Loch Ness Monster. As one friend said regarding the subject, “that exists?” and another friend added, “I’ll let you know when it happens. I have sex a lot, and it has happened about once, on accident. No special allure.”

Dubbed a Wegasm by condom maker Durex, the synchronized, simultaneous orgasm does indeed exist, and membership has its privileges. According to a study in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, synchronized orgasms are responsible for stronger relationships and a rosier picture of this thing called life. And once you achieve a simultaneous orgasm, it can feel as personally gratifying as say, finishing a marathon, or learning to play the didgeridoo. But, just like those activities, it’s going to take practice, patience and training.

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