Wednesday, March 3, 2021

'I get orgasms by looking at someone I admire' - Lady reveals

While many women feel pressure to fake it in the bedroom, Amy Mathews has too many orgasms – and climaxes at the most awkward moments. 

Amy, 23, has had orgasms on public transport, in college and even during lunch with her parents. Now, she says, she is addicted to them.

Her record for an individual s.e.xual encounter is an incredible 18 orgasms. But the single dance teacher, from Oxford, says reaching her peak so often has its downsides. 

Amy says: “I orgasm very easily and multiple times. If I’m on my own on a train and see someone I fancy, I’ll start to orgasm then and there. If I’m in bed with someone, I can pass out from having so many that are just too intense.

“On other occasions my abs hurt from the constant contractions in my tummy and pelvic area.

“Sometimes I feel bad for the other person when I’m having so many and he gets just the one.”

Amy also has Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, a condition that causes flexible joints and loose tendons.

She was 15 when she had her first boyfriend. They were together for three years and it was with him she had her first s.e.xual encounter, which she describes as “a bit of a non-event”. 

But her sex life evolved when she started a seven-month relationship at the age of 18. She says: “With this guy I learned to properly orgasm. They occurred via vaginal penetration and stimulating my clitoral area.

“When we had s.e.x, I was having a minimum of five.”

After they split, Amy was left able to orgasm any time in any place — even without s.e.x or physical stimulation.

She found orgasms helped relieve the chronic pain caused by Ehlers-Danlos. 

Amy says: “I took medication but it made me tired.

“But if I had s.e.x or orgasmed with a s.e.x toy or by myself, I’d perk up again.

“I don’t take meds (for the pain) now. I prefer to orgasm instead.” She also found orgasms helped combat anxiety and this was how she became addicted to the s.e.xual buzz, around age 18. 

Amy says: “I’d been diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome and one of my dance college teachers told me I was too fat.

“There was a lot of drama going on in my life and I started to suffer anxiety.

“Each time I had a panic attack, I found having an orgasm could help calm me down. The feeling of release was addictive and that’s when I started orgasming more regularly.

“One time, I had stormed out of a classroom, I sat down in the corridor and had one.

“While I don’t think I made any noise or blushed, God knows what other students must have thought seeing me sitting there. But it definitely made me less stressed.”

There is some science behind Amy’s claim. During orgasm, the body releases oxytocin into the bloodstream, which can reduce stress and inflammation.

Amy was referred for s.e.x addiction therapy by a college counsellor. She says: “The person I saw said as long as I feel good after the act, whether on my own or with someone else, then it’s OK.

“If I had a panic attack, the orgasm relief was better if I’d had physical sex — but I could feel emotionally worse afterwards. At one stage I was having lots of sexual partners.

“I wouldn’t say the number of guys I have slept with was into three figures but it isn’t far off.”

Amy regularly climaxes nine times during sex but her record is 18 times. She says: “With my third boyfriend, when I was 21, I had the best sex.

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