The End of a Myth
Orgasm = The Sex is Over?
Is that what you think too? Once you have reached orgasm the nights
lovemaking is over, your erection vanishes and you are tired and
Yes? Then we have some news for your. It is not the orgasm that
satisfies your sexual desires or at least your genitals. That what is
known as the refractory period, is not triggered by your orgasm, but
solely by your ejaculation..
Orgasm = Ejaculation
Is that what you think too? Orgasm and ejaculation are inseparably
connected to each other?
Yes? In this case we too have some news for you. Orgasm and
ejaculation, despite their closeness in terms of time passing between
them, are two clearly separable entities of your sexuality. Also, many
men have experienced an orgasm without the ejaculation.
Ejaculation = Orgasm?
Is that what you think too? Ejaculation and orgasm are inseparably
connected to each other?
Yes? In this case we again have some news for you. We will spare you
further the repetition of what has already been said under "Orgasm
= Ejaculation?". Suffice it to say, that it may come to an
ejaculation without the prior onset of orgasm.
How does it Happen?
If stimulation is continued beyond the plateau phase, you sooner or
later reach the so-called "point-of-no-return". That moment
during stimulation when the man feels he can no longer control his urge
Physical Priming for Ejaculation
- The testicles are elevated to the pelvic region (the basic
requirement for any ejaculation taking place).
- The testicles turn forward, so the rear of the testes come to be
flush up against the perineum
- The first muscular contractions of the seminal ducts set in.
- The semen is discharged from the testes through the seminal ducts
into the Bulba by
- Prostate and other glands secrete their fluids, which is added to
the semen in the Bulba.
Onset of Orgasm
- The psychological orgasm sets in simultaneously (the sexual orgasm resides solely
within the brain).
Onset of Ejaculation
- Approximately two seconds after the onset of the psychic orgasm,
unless an ejaculation control technique is employed, the
physiological ejaculation sets in.
- Pulse and blood pressure are significantly raised.
- The urethral sphincter contracts to prevent a retrograde
ejaculation (spilling of the semen into the bladder), which would
cause a mixing of urine and ejaculatory fluid.
- The sphincter ani contracts.
- The pelvic muscles begin to contract in a precisely 0.8 second
rhythm, leading to the secretions from the prostate being mixed with
- The penis begins to convulse in a precisely 0.8 second rhythm. The
muscular contractions lead to the expulsion of the ejaculatory fluid.
- The expulsion of the seminal fluid is caused by muscle
contractions in the urethra and prostrate.
- Normally (not always and not with every man) the glans penis
becomes hypersensitive following the ejaculation, making it
impossible for (most) men to continue coital stimulation (reports go
as far as mentioning strong pains in the glans).
- Shortly after the ejaculation vasocongestion ends and the blood in
penis and pelvis begins to flow back into the bloodstream, leading
to the loss of the erection.
- The testicles descend back to their normal position.
- Pulse and blood pressure are reduced to their normal levels.
- Sexual arousal dwindles and make way for feelings of relaxedness
Having familiarised yourself with the "technical
background" of things happening within your body, the next section
will discuss the undisputed advantages to be gained for you and your