Not registered? Register here. So how does this new sexual frontier work? The scientists on documentary discovered this after monitoring five women's brains while they watched porn, analysing the impact it has on their bodies. They found that some women were able to orgasm multiple times, while others in the group experienced just one. Much of the science is down to your biology and the way your brain reacts to sexual activity.
This is what it really feels like to have super orgasms
How to have super orgasms | What it feels like to have super orgasm
For a large percentage of the female population, orgasms are frustratingly elusive. But for one group of women , their experience of reaching climax could not be more different. Throughout the programme, we meet five women who say this is an everyday part of their lives, with many of them experiencing orgasms times in a row. I felt like I was getting the life sucked out of me. After discovering her body was capable of the super orgasm, Janet began to enjoy exploring herself and bought her first vibrator at the age of Aside from listening to the testimonies of women like Janet, scientists have very little evidence that the super orgasm exists.
'The Super Orgasm': Channel 4 Finds Out Why Some Women Orgasm 60 Times In A Row
Jannette Davies had her first multiple orgasm when she was 16 years old. Jannette featured in the Channel 4 documentary The Super Orgasm, where she was required to achieve multiple orgasm on camera, as she lay inside an MRI scanner. I had no idea about orgasms.
I was with my boyfriend, and we were obviously at it. When it happened, I was completely scared. I didn't know what it was and didn't even know the term orgasm. It was similar to what I'd felt before, but it just kept coming and coming. It was basically a really intense rush, and that first time, it was only a few orgasms in a row.