Sex Tip of the Week: What is a ‘Wegasm’ and How to Have it
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Sex is great, but wouldn’t it be awesome if the two of you finished together? One of the biggest contentions between couples is when one partner achieves orgasm before the other. More often than not, it is the man. It causes sexual dissatisfaction and problems between the couple. If you want your sex life to soar and both partners to be satisfied, the two of you should try to achieve wegasm or concurrent orgasm. It means orgasming together at the same time. Wouldn’t that be wonderful? It turns out that climaxing together can help the couple build a stronger interpersonal relationship apart from improving pleasure. Last week, we learnt about edging. Let's focus on how to have wegasm this week.

How to Have Wegasm

Wegasm requires a lot of homework and prepping. So before you even start, it’s important to know what turns your partner on. The more you understand their sexual likes and dislikes, the more in sync you will be with each other’s pleasure points.

Set the stage by building up to the act. The best sexual experiences are born out of patience. As we said, wegasm requires homework. Start by talking, looking into each other’s eyes, kissing, caressing, whispering sweet nothings and enjoying each other’s company. Be tender, gentle and sensual.

When you get into the act, don’t be in a hurry to reach the destination. Instead, enjoy the journey. Read each other’s reactions and try to understand how close they are to climaxing.

Use the start and stop method if you feel you may climax before your partner would. So pause, go back to square one and start again. This method helps men who generally finish faster that their women.