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  • adjective Unable to attain or enjoy an orgasm.

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Examples

  • Reminded me of that motel in Big Sur, it was the same dynamic—both of us making a fetish of specific physical parts, having hours of nonorgasmic sex until it became a sort of delirium … until finally, much later, I woke squinting against the light shining past the falling towels to feel her falling on that rigidity; mad, breathless.

    Hollywood Savage

  • Reminded me of that motel in Big Sur, it was the same dynamic—both of us making a fetish of specific physical parts, having hours of nonorgasmic sex until it became a sort of delirium … until finally, much later, I woke squinting against the light shining past the falling towels to feel her falling on that rigidity; mad, breathless.

    Hollywood Savage

  • I would wager that in a study of teenage women who were infectef with an std through one act of nonorgasmic intercourse that the majority would state the sex wasn't worth it. ditto a study of teenage boys whose single 45 second climax resulted in fatherhood.

    your turn to refill the wipes warmer, honey pie

  • Some have no libido at all and become nonorgasmic.

    OUR BODIES, OURSELVES

  • There is no good reason for a woman to be nonorgasmic if there are no physiological or medical causes.

    Life of Brian:

  • I am not advocating becoming nonorgasmic or joining the Tantric once-a-year orgasm club.

    Great Sex for Moms

  • I am not advocating becoming nonorgasmic or joining the Tantric once-a-year orgasm club.

    Great Sex for Moms

  • Many clinicians prefer the term “preorgasmic” for women who have not yet achieved an orgasm, emphasizing that with appropriate experience and stimulation, most if not all previously nonorgasmic women can become orgasmic.

    Great Sex for Moms

  • Many clinicians prefer the term “preorgasmic” for women who have not yet achieved an orgasm, emphasizing that with appropriate experience and stimulation, most if not all previously nonorgasmic women can become orgasmic.

    Great Sex for Moms

  • There is considerable debate about whether an individual with normal physiology and anatomy is truly primarily nonorgasmic, since many apparently anorgasmic individuals are only situationally unable to climax, and numerous physical conditions cause secondary absence of orgasm anorgasmia.

    Great Sex for Moms

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