I started to get anxious and feel it in my entire body, especially down there and after some minutes I've had an anxiety-orgasm, if you can call it that way. He informed me I have pelvic floor dysfunction, and will have to go to physical therapy for interal and external muscle release. At first I felt ashamed and embarrassed after reading all the comments and the answer to this question. The reason is probably neurogenic bladder and I should have been tested for that. I'm scared that people do and just don't tell me Student in Education, Utah State University.
Orgasm is not sex-related. The wink-wink nature of mainstream art is directed at men on the other side of the fourth wall, not women; the fear of homoeroticism in a heteronormative world is so strong that any sign of witnessing and even enjoying passive male pleasure is considered a bridge to gaysville. No wonder orgasms make you want to keep on going back for more. I had my pants on and underwear on too, but it sounded like the lubricant that comes out to wet the vagina just before sex was suctioned back in and made a "sucking" sound, then a sort of rumbly-bubbling sound as if my stomach were rumbling. My past boyfriends have tried, my future boyfriend has also, and I have tried. I feel sort of ashamed, but I appreciate reading on here that other women have other means of making pleasure for themselves. I orgasm often through the day till I am exhausted.
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Orgasm is not sex-related. Celebrity News Interviews Entertainment. I like sex and sexual pleasures, but I will go insane if I never get the pleasure of an orgasm. Pressed or caressed the right way, a woman can be transported to such ecstasy, that for a few seconds, the rest of the world ceases to exist. Many can identify with the phenomenon of feeling a thrill — followed by a chill — when listening to a particularly moving piece of music.