|If only all sex was as good as a Pastrami sandwhich at Katz's.|
I was just pondering the concept of multiple orgasms. Technically, an orgasm is an anatomical event that starts and stops -- kind of like the bars in a musical score. So if you have multiple orgasms, when one ends the other starts, then it's not multiple anymore, right? In that case, you experience orgasms in succession with a beginning and end point to each orgasm. Now, if you have one long-ass orgasm that lasts forever -- if you don't know where it begins and ends -- then that is technically not a MULTIPLE orgasm because it's part of the same neuromuscular physiological sequence.
If you are a tech geek, think of this as a binary program. It starts. It stops. And that is the way the body communicates pleasure to the brain. Or vice-versa. It is the morse code of the body.
Men squirt and they're done with business. Women's bodies are more mysterious. And sometimes, even women don't understand their own bodies. It's possible to walk around in an orgasmic state of bliss, even when your glorious clitoris isn't blowing Joy to the World like the angel Gabriel at heaven's door wielding a gilded trumpet.
You can thank oxytocin for that feeling.
My point is, however, that you cannot technically have multiple orgasms. You either have a really, really long one, or you have them in succession with pauses in between.
Yeah, I know. I think about this shit. It's not a first world problem, but rather a first world luxury.
And ... I have experienced all of the above. What about you?
Disclaimer: I am not a medical professional. Take all thoughts and advice with a grain of salt and maybe your favorite adult beverage.