Have you ever been in the middle of having an orgasm and you’ve thought to yourself “I wish that there was a specific day in place to celebrate how awesome orgasms feel – some sort of Orgasm Day, if you will?” Well when I’m trying not to cum I usually think about professional sports, but if thinking about national holidays works for you, then by all means!
Well it might be your lucky day (if you live in the UK), because July 31st is National Orgasm Day in Britain. I’m from a commonwealth country so I don’t give a fuck, I’ll celebrate in the name of the queen. Go orgasms! Go queens!
It seems weird that somewhere as notoriously prudish and uptight as the UK is championing something like National Orgasm Day, but good for them.
Even if you don’t live in the UK, why not appropriate National Orgasm Day and celebrate it anyways? It’s probably one of the easiest (and most fun) things to celebrate.
First thing’s first – spend some time familiarizing yourself and educating yourself about the orgasm. There’s like a million different types of orgasms, and half of them you probably don’t even know about unless you’re an awesome sex guru like myself.
Then, spend some time giving yourself and your partner an orgasm. Now’s a good day to re-invigorate things in the bedroom. You and your partner are at home, doing nothing? Turn off the TV dude – spend some time with your lover and orgasm the hell out of each other. Summon the inner-brit in you and have convenient, practical, non-emotive and quiet sex with your significant other. Actually don’t do that.
If you’re British, make sure to get your rocks off before midnight tonight, because you’re not allowed to have another orgasm until July 31, 2015. Sorry, no exceptions to the rule! Queen’s Orders!
Here’s a good article from the Independent examining the orgasm and deconstructing some of our pre-conceived notions about it. The main point? Orgasms are great, orgasms are fun, but they’re not the end-all be-all of sex. Remember, the journey is half the fun!