It has been remarked that an incredible number of married women have never experienced an orgasm. Nothing more clearly demonstrates the ignorance of the male than his awareness of this, because the symptoms of the female orgasm are so obvious. The difficult thing, however, is to describe the sensation to a woman who has never achieved a climax so that she herself can give consideration to its attainment.
The problem would become immediately apparent if one were asked to describe a simple headache to a person who has never experienced pain. Consequently, the sensa- tion itself cannot be described except in terms of the sensation with which a woman is familiar in love-making. When all those which are not the orgasm are eliminated, a woman will then know that she has never attained a climax. If one were to attempt to describe the sensation in words, it could be said it starts with a light tickling or tingling sensation at the clitoris which gradually gathers intensity.
The tingling becomes sharper and stronger until it seems to cover the entire genital area and finally culminates in a fierce burst of overwhelming, ecstatic, sensation which seems to invade every organ in the genital system and is uncontrollable. This also can be stated positively. Any woman who has ever experien- ced an orgasm will automatically recognize it beyond the slightest doubt.
A woman who is at all uncertain has never attained it. It does not resemble and cannot be confused with any other known sensation. It is more individual and distinctive than pain; there are many types of pains, but only one sensation of orgasm. It must in all cases be felt in the genital area. It is not a sensation exclusively in either the heart or head, although the heart may pound wildly, the head may feel like bursting, and the legs may become weak from the drain upon the body's energy.
The delight of the sensation is locali- zed and experienced only in the genital area, it seems simultaneously to involve the clitoris and the interior and exterior of the vagina, and it is difficult for a women to determine precisely whence the sensation really emanates. It is not the sensation experienced by a woman when she is kissed by a man of whom she is passionately fond, although that feeling be magnified a thousand times.
It is not the fluttering of the heart which occurs when a girl is first embraced by someone for whom she cares. It is not that hollow feeling in the stomach which arises when the legs or thighs of those physically attracted to each other meet under the table or in a crowded car. Nor is it that body hunger experienced by two people when their nakedness is emerged in bed. It is a definite unmistakable and entirely new sensation, delirious, wild and uncontrollable.
Beyond this description, the author can add nothing more. The stimultaneous orgasm is attained when both parties reach their cli- maxes at the same time, and it is spoken of as the ultimate in sensation and as being difficult to achieve. Although it is not too often experienced consistenfly, any one who obser- ves the various methods described herein can bring it about with ease. It is ususlly the objective of a man who is associated with a one orgasm woman and to whom it has never occured to condition his partner for more than one. Since most men ignore the helpful qualities of the clitoris and stake everything upon tha ability of the penis, an organ not necessarily equipped for the function it is called upon to perform; and since most women are slow in the build up, it is remarkable that any man can delay orgasm sufficiently long to meet that of his partner.