What to Expect from a Full-Body Orgasm, Solo or Partnered

What to expect from a full body orgasms:

The first thing that comes into your mind when you think about full body orgasms is that it’s very pleasurable. You feel like you are having fun with someone else. That person might be a man or woman, but they will have similar feelings of pleasure and enjoyment while doing so. They may even enjoy the act itself, which makes them more likely to do it again.

You can get into a situation where you are alone with another person and they start making sexual noises, touching themselves, etc. If that happens, then you would probably want to join in too since you are enjoying yourself as well.

If the other person is not quite as enthusiastic about it as you are, then it’s going to be a little different than what you’re used to. There will definitely be some differences between how one feels sexually compared to another.

It could be that you don’t feel anything at all during the experience. You just kind of lie there and let them do whatever they want to you. Maybe you even get sleepy afterwards. If that happens, then maybe it isn’t something for you, because if you were really feeling good during the experience, then it wouldn’t matter whether or not you fell asleep or not.

Other things to keep in mind

There are some things you wouldn’t normally do during this type of sexual experience. One of those things is being able to speak up and ask the other person what they like or don’t like. You also might not know what to expect or have any idea of what to do since you aren’t the one leading the way.

In most cases, you will probably need to rely on your own knowledge of how to please yourself. So if you don’t know what that feels like, then you are going to be in for a surprise. It is not a bad thing though since we all have to learn it one way or another at some point.

It also might make it feel awkward since it’s just you and someone else in the room. If you are able to get passed that feeling, then there shouldn’t be anything else stopping you from having fun.

You have to be able to let go of any fears you may have and try not to worry about what the other person is thinking about you. It’s the only way you are going to get through it. It’s also good if you are attracted to that person as well.

This is not the type of thing you want to do with someone you aren’t that into or don’t find attractive. That would be more torturous than enjoyable. It may even lead to some emotional scars if neither of you are into it too much.

This is better suited for casual situations where you are with someone you have already had an interest in or at least find attractive enough to try this with. It can definitely open the door to something more serious if all goes well, but that’s not the main purpose for doing it in the first place.

Don’t over think this too much or put too much pressure on yourself. If you don’t like the way something feels or you’re not into it, then feel free to stop what you are doing and try something else.

For some people, this may be a one time thing, while for others it is something they do on a regular basis. It’s all based on personal preference. There is no right or wrong way to do it.

Sources & references used in this article:

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“Best invention, second to the dishwasher”: Vibrators and sexual pleasure by D Waskul, M Anklan – Sexualities, 2020 – journals.sagepub.com

Love, sex and long-term relationships: What people with Asperger syndrome really really want by T Taormino – 2011 – Quiver

Coming to power: Women’s fake orgasms and best orgasm experiences illuminate the failures of (hetero) sex and the pleasures of connection by S Hendrickx – 2008 – books.google.com

Clitoral stimulation during penile-vaginal intercourse: A phenomenological study exploring sexual experiences in support of female orgasm by B Fahs – Culture, Health & Sexuality, 2014 – Taylor & Francis

the ultimate guide to by A Towne – The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 2019 – utpjournals.press