Ah, the orgasm. Never has one goal had so many approaches, am I right? Because everyone's body is different, it's only natural that everyone's orgasms are different too. Because there's such a variety of experiences you can have with an orgasm, it's safe to say that most of the myths about orgasms that you hear are just that — myths. But because the female orgasm is something that's been shrouded in intrigue, excitement, and some taboo for the last several decades, it's important to read up on what's really going on with those orgasms, and what you've heard that you can toss out the window.
Thankfully, talking about sex is slowly but surely becoming a more normative behavior. With the idea of sex positivity rising in society, swapping stories about your orgasms is no longer considered uncouth, strange, or taboo. Luckily, you now live in a day and age where orgasms and all their glory are pretty standard discussion topics for you and your friends. So the next time you hear something about an orgasm that makes you wonder, fact check it. Because not everything you hear in the media, at dinner, or in passing, is actually true. And orgasms deserve their truth.