Male Orgasm: What It Feels Like and More
Sex can be dissatisfying when the parties involved don’t climax. Getting to the peak is often the goal of every sexual activity, physically or via the internet. It often serves as the icing on the cake. However, its absence can lead to disappointment and several episodes of grumpiness.
Orgasms differ for men and women, as their genetic makeup isn’t the same. So if you’ve been asking, “what does a male orgasm feel like?” you’ll find answers here. We will also delve into the key takeaways of the male orgasm that you should know about yourself or your partner.
What Does the Male Orgasm Feel Like?
If you’ve been to the Eiffel Tower, you can talk about the beauty and magnificence you touched and experienced. On the contrary, the story will be different if you’ve only seen the tower in a documentary, on the news, or got its tales from someone who has visited. We all know first-hand experiences aren’t the same as recounted events.
Now, let’s bring this into the male orgasm. As a partner or cam model, you only see your partner express their feelings when orgasm. You know the expression is from pleasure, but you can’t explain what’s happening. You’re wondering, “does it sting a bit?” “Does it make him feel like passing out?”
These are normal questions to ask oneself. However, only penis owners can share what a male orgasm feels like. Many men have shared how they feel when they orgasm with Metro Lifestyle and Cosmopolitan. Here’s what some of them said.
“Imagine a tube of toothpaste almost empty, and someone rolls it up and squeezes it as hard as they can, and the toothpaste shoots out everywhere. Except the toothpaste is coming out of the most sensitive part of your body, and it feels awesome.”
“I can feel my heart pounding, then my mind goes completely blank, and I’m unaware of anything around me. Then I feel relaxed and sleepy.”
“I know maybe two seconds before that I am going to orgasm. The build-up is short, like going from 0km to 100km in 2 seconds. It’s pretty short but super intense.”
“…it’s definitely a tingling/shivering sensation, and when it’s a great orgasm, my arms and legs go numb, and I’m lightheaded afterward. That’s usually only the case when I have sex. I’ve never achieved this from masturbating. This tingling/shivering starts in my groin area and spreads along my spine…”
“That feeling you get when you crack your knuckles, except all over your whole body.”
“Think back to the time when you had to pee badly. Like, a road trip when you realized you had to go but had to wait an hour to get to the next rest stop. And you finally manage to find a bathroom. Remember that sense of relief. Now multiply that by 1,000.”
5 Essential Takeaways from the Male Orgasm
1. It’s not the same as ejaculation
People often think male orgasm is the same as ejaculation. This is not true, as they are different events. Orgasm deals with the feeling of intense pleasure, pelvic contractions, and the soothing feeling you have after you cum. Ejaculation is the release of semen from the penis after orgasm.
2. Orgasm and ejaculation can be simultaneous
Even though orgasm and ejaculation differ physiologically, they can happen sequentially. For example, some people might orgasm and ejaculate right away. When that happens, your partner has had an ejaculatory orgasm.
3. It exceeds penetration
Men can orgasm by stimulating any of their erogenous zones. It doesn’t happen through penetration only. It could come from teasing the balls, caressing the perineum, fondling the frenulum, etc.
4. It can be non-ejaculatory, too
Not every penis owner spills their fluid when they orgasm. This type is known as dry/retrograde orgasm. So, don’t be disappointed if you’re expecting your partner to cum in your face, and they don’t. Instead, what happens is that the fluid goes to the bladder instead of leaving their bodies through the penis.
5. It can be multiple, too
Men also have multiple orgasms. This episodic strong sexual pleasure is not exclusive to women. Edging makes it possible to have several orgasms. Also, multiple orgasms in men can come from stimulating their different sensitive parts.
Orgasm isn’t a myth but a wonderful reality for men during solo or partner sex. For partner sex, communicate with your partner the actions they should indulge in to help you climax. Likewise, study your body well to know what can turn you on enough to reach the peak during solo sex.