Imagine being sexually active for your entire adult life and never having an orgasm.
For Loly, a woman in her mid-twenties living in France, that scenario was a reality. Even though she was healthy, sex-positive and actively looking for ways to achieve orgasm, she didn't find a way to do it until she came across an exercise that changed her life forever.
Of course Loly isn't the only person -- female or male -- who has trouble with orgasming. Even though almost all of us are physically capable of having them, that doesn't mean we are having them. And for those of us who can orgasm, all too often they can still be hard to come by, show up too soon or take forever to achieve.
So, for the latest HuffPost Love+Sex Podcast, host Noah Michelson (helming the show by himself this week due to co-host Carina Kolodny being out of the studio) went in search of tips, tricks and -- ultimately -- the truth about how everyone can achieve orgasms. And not just any orgasm but the very best orgasms possible.
To help him in his quest, Michelson chatted with Jenny Block, author of the recently published book O Wow! Discovering Your Ultimate Orgasm, and Ian Kerner, sex therapist and author of She Comes First: The Thinking Man's Guide To Pleasuring A Woman:
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And finally, if you or someone you know is interested in participating in a study conducted by Ian Kerner with researchers at the University of Kentucky aimed at helping men who come too quickly, head here.
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