(a) In some females the sensation builds up from the low point to a peak and then flowing on steadily until the gradual decline which ends in satiety. (b) A female's orgasm as she suddenly breaks off the intercourse either bu swooning or bursting out into tears. (c) The female who requires constant interruption of the sensation. Her partner halts his activity to allow the sensation to drop completely then reinduces it until she again calls for an interruption; this continues until she finally concludes the relationship entirely. Some may regard each interrupted phase as a distinct orgasm.
Actually, this is not the case since the orgasm does not automatically dis- continue itself. In the case of the sustained orgasm is constant. If the husband suddenly introduces addi- tional stimuli while intercourse is taking place then the orgasm goes much higher than the normal. For example, he may have been kissing his partner's lips and decide to kiss her breasts, at this point she will jump to a higher peak, and may even remain at the new height while the breast kissing continues, and then again falling back to the old level as soon as it is continued. It is better practicem however, to interrupt whatever suddenly lifts a woman to a higher peak, and resume it perhaps a minute later. It then comes unexpectedly, it is fresh again, and will induce a new response.
When woman rises to another peak, it can immediately be detected by a deep gasp as this new and unexpected thrill bursts upon her. This is a frequent occurence when the male, during intercourse, suddenly thrusts his penis deeper into the vagina than he has been, and presses it there for a few moments, or experiences orgasm. With reference to orgasms of the individual type, women experience as many as a dozen in a relationship of a about forty five minute's duration, including foreplay; it is probable that there are females who can achieve many more.
The latter, however, are definitely rare; the normal number of orgasms runs from four to ten. A woman of such intense nature is difficult to handle, as has been said before, because, in addition to other reasons subsequently explained, it is impossible to predict exactly how many climaxes she will attain. Her mood is an important factor. As the same individual orgasms place a greater strain upon the nervous system of those women to whom they are peculiar than the sustained type, and nature makes this very clear.
We know that this type of orgasm is generally the result of digital contact with the clitoris. However, once the climax has run its duration, it auto- matically subsides and clitoris momentarily loses its sensitivity. This occurs regardless of whether the male continues to stimulate it. If the finge friction is maintained without pause once the climax has been reached, an involuntary and convulsive series of body jerks immediately siezes the female, warning that the orgasm has completed its course these jerks will continue until the finger is removed from the clitoris. A subsequent orgasm can not be achieved until this is done, and if digital contact be resumed too soon, the jerking will likewise resume.