Non-ejaculatory Orgasm

Definition - What does Non-ejaculatory Orgasm mean?

A non-ejaculatory orgasm specifically refers to an orgasm that occurs in the absence of ejaculation. In this situation, an orgasm is experienced, but no ejaculatory fluid is released. A non-ejaculatory orgasm separates the two physiological processes that normally occur simultaneously in men.

Kinkly explains Non-ejaculatory Orgasm

Non-ejaculatory orgasms are common in women. It is quite common for a woman to orgasm with the absence of ejaculatory fluid being released. For men, it is not as common. It is thought that some men can learn to consciously distinguish between orgasm and ejaculation, and control when ejaculation occurs.

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