You already knew that orgasms are wonderfully powerful, right? But did you know that weird things happen to your body when you orgasm? Regardless of the physical oddities that might occur during climax, Dr. Carole Altman told Cosmopolitan that, "You have to own your orgasm." When it comes to sex and getting off, there shouldn't be many imperatives, but I think Altman has a good point. Whatever happens during those seconds of intense release, or in the time that follows, own your sh*t. It's your body, your orgasm. And just as your body is capable of performing miraculous feats that make you feel awesome, it's can also do some freaky stuff. But part of being body positive means loving all the weird things your body can do. (OK you don't have to love them, but ditch the self criticism, OK?) Knowledge is power, and knowing that your body might have some weird kinks after your get kinky will help you leave the self critiques outside the bedroom.
While every woman is different, and what gets one woman off might not arouse another, knowing about the unusual physical, let's call them "side effects," that can happen to your body during the Big O will make you feel less uncomfortable if they do happen. Although some of them might seem embarrassing, do you really care? You're having great sex and getting off, and in my mind, that's all that matters.