When it comes to orgasms, you really can't have too much of a good thing. While some people with a vagina are able to have multiple orgasms fairly easily, it tends to be a bit trickier for the penis-owning population, thanks to that pesky refractory period getting in the way. If only there were ways to orgasm without ejaculating and triggering that refractory period, amirite? Oh, wait.
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For those with penises, orgasm is usually equated with ejaculation. But they're actually separate events, and some people intentionally train themselves to orgasm without ejaculating—a process sometimes known as semen retention. Semen retention is the sexual practice of avoiding ejaculation. Some people do this by abstaining from all sexual activity, but in some traditions including tantric sex , practicing semen retention means learning to have an orgasm without ejaculating, also known as a dry orgasm.
Error: This is required. Error: Not a valid value. Some men can have an orgasm without ejaculating at all. They still have the feeling of having an ejaculation coming but no semen comes out. Either there is no semen produced, or the semen travels backwards into the bladder instead.
Imagine that! All huff but no stuff. All yell and no gel. All scream, no cream.