How can you tell when a person has an orgasm?
By Attia @ Planned Parenthood | Oct. 28, 2019, 12:59 p.m.
Category: Ask the Experts
Does size really matter? When having sex, how can men know whether the women reach organism or not? In other word, how can men know whether the women receive orgasm during sex? Is it physical appearance or emotion that allow men to identify whether the women reach orgasm?
These are a bunch of really good questions that boil down to one question we get a lot around here: how do I know if I’m good at sex?
It’s a pretty common myth that you can always tell whether someone’s had an orgasm. But really, there’s no way to tell — the only way to know for sure is to ask.
All people experience orgasms in different ways, and they can feel different at different times. So there’s no reason to feel freaked out about asking if your partner had an orgasm — asking shows that you care about making your partner feel good, which is super important when it comes to having good sex. Communicating about sex — before, during, and after — helps both of you understand what the other one likes and doesn’t like, which can make sex better and strengthen your relationship.
Now let’s talk size. The size of someone’s penis has very little to do with whether anyone has an orgasm. Orgasms can happen through different kinds of sexual stimulation, both inside and outside of your body. For example, a lot of people experience orgasms through stimulating their clitorises rather than penetrating their vaginas. Some people can’t reach orgasm through vaginal sex at all. So ask your partner what feels good. And while you’re at it, let them know what feels good to you, too.
Tags: penis size, pleasure, orgasm, coming