Some viewers of the Channel 4 documentary were watching with their parents. Viewers of The Super Orgasm were left wanting to be sucked into a black hole, as their parents sat and watched women masturbate with them. The Channel 4 documentary presented the first scientific evidence for biological differences between women who can achieve "super-orgasms" and women who can't. The women were required to take part in a series of tests, measuring arousal, EEG and MRI scans of their brains and oxytocin levels in their saliva. Three of the women in the study, Beverley, 52, Nan Wise and Francesca, 59, found they could all have multiple orgasms but all for different reasons - and were known as "super-orgasmic".
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Achieving an orgasm can be elusive for a lot of women. But it can be as simple as time, tenderness, and knowing how to stimulate her sweet spots. The key is spending more time on foreplay and learning about the two spots that, when stimulated, can lead to a female orgasm.
The best part of the female climax? The ability to have multiple orgasms. Sexperts swear everyone can, so they've shared a step-by-step guide to making it happen.