Posted on: Oct 16 2017

15 People That Suffer From Anorgasmia

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Orgasms are one of life’s greatest gifts. For those of us that have them, we know how great they feel and how happy they make us. But what if you couldn’t have an orgasm? And not just an odd occurrence, but all the time? What would you do?

Well, I would lose my GD mind. Seriously, orgasms are just the best, how bad would it suck not to get them? Well, sometimes it’s not just a bad partner or sour mood that leaves to a lack of cumming. Sometimes it’s more than that, and no matter what you do or who you do it with, you can’t have one.

That condition is called anorgasmia, and it’s the pits. Seriously it sounds like my version of hell. But why let me ramble about something I don’t know (thank god) and just listen to what these 15 people have to say about it. They talk about their anorgasmia, and explain what causes it and how it’s just the absolute worst.

These 15 people are suffering from anorgasmia:


1.

I’m a guy and can’t cum. I don’t currently take any drugs, medical or recreational. I have what I think is a fairly normal sex drive, maybe slightly below average. I do enjoy sex. I have had a couple of sexual encounters with guys, and I found both to be intensely pleasurable, both physically and emotionally. I explained my situation to both guys, but they still seemed disappointed that I wasn’t able to cum.

2.

I’m a very sexual person. I’m able to get turned on no problem. I enjoy sex. However, I’ve NEVER had an orgasm. Never had an earth shattering moment of release or even any little pelvic/abdominal/vaginal contractions. Not even during masturbation. I feel broken. Deformed. Diseased. Inadequate. Frustrated. Angry. I’ve been on SSRIs since I was 12 (before I was sexual). I’ve been off of them for a short period of time, during which I wasn’t able to orgasm either.

3.

30 and I’ve never had an orgasm. I feel like I’ve tried everything, and read so much about it but nothing has happened. I’m not even on medication! I don’t get it.
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