If an orgasm is your body's version of an earthquake, then multiple orgasms is a tsunami followed by a tornado on replay. I'll skip all other clever comparisons and get right to the good stuff, because as awesome as analogies can be, I understand that all you really want to know is how to have multiple orgasms. As you should. I dare anyone to read the phrase "multiple orgasms," and think to themselves, meh, I'll pass.
Why would you deny yourself the satisfaction of something your body was designed to do? This isn't just my opinion, it's stone cold science. According to the International Society for Sexual Medicine, women do not experience a refractory period, which is like nature's sexual pause button. The refractory period is the recovery time between climax and the body returning to its normal state. Since woman do not have that sexual down time, it is possible to have orgasm after orgasm after . . . you get the picture.
But even though your body is made for many Os, it can't always happen without a little help from you and your partner. Check out these five steps to having multiple orgasms, and set aside some time for getting busy, because you're going to want every moment you can get.