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Reaching orgasm together

Some people can orgasm during sex with a partner, while others may find it difficult.

Sometimes only one partner will have an orgasm, or sometimes no one will have an orgasm. Sometimes one partner will orgasm first, then they will focus on pleasuring their partner so they can orgasm.

It’s important to remember that sex in real life is NOT the same as what we see in movies. People don’t always orgasm or ‘cum’ together.

Reaching orgasm together can be tricky and there shouldn't be an expectation that everyone, or anyone in the relationship will orgasm. Talking with your partner/s about what you both like will help to ensure that each sexual experience is a success – orgasms, or not.

How can I tell when my partner has an orgasm?

You may also like to talk with your partner/s about ‘hot spots’

Erogenous zones, or ‘hot spots’, are sensitive parts of the body that when stimulated, can make us feel really good too!

Find out more below:

Hot spots