Orgasms are one of our favorite topics around these parts. Whether we're sharing flirty sex tips to get you there with a partner or gossiping about the latest toy that will give you a hand during solo play, dishing about our OH! But what about the male orgasm? Let's chat. I reached out to Smitten friend Dr. Rachel Needle who provided our beginner's guide to anal sex!
Yes, it does seem as if everyone at the all-boys high school and the methadone clinic is complaining of little else. I know what you're thinking: If only we had the perceptions of 34 Canadian and American sex therapists on this. Well, good thing we do. For the more ambitious, seven to 13 minutes was considered a "desirable" length for intercourse. This data, from all the people who see therapists for sexual problems, corresponds closely to earlier studies, which put the average at five to seven minutes. We can safely blame the two-minute discrepancy on the Canadians.
MEN boasting about how long they last in the bedroom has always made others feel on the inadequate side. The average time it takes a man to orgasm is just two to three minutes, according to sex researchers Masters and Johnson.. But when it comes to foreplay and vaginal sex a woman takes between 10 and 20 minutes to climax while a man takes minutes and typically ejaculates two to three minutes after entering the vagina. But according to Masters and Johnson, a man's refractory period the time in which he needs to rest before achieving another orgasm can last anywhere from one minute to an hour.
The male orgasm is a complex experience. The major function of the male orgasm is to ejaculate sperm, although not all men will ejaculate during an orgasm. Beyond delivering pleasure, the role of the female orgasm is less clear, although it may help move the sperm closer toward the ovum egg.