Men Who Can’t Orgasm During Sex – Delayed Ejaculation

September 15,2021

Picture this – two cisgender people are having sex, and one of them isn’t able to orgasm. What gender are you picturing for that partner?

You’re probably thinking of a woman, but the reality is that a lot of men struggle to orgasm during sex too! There is a name for this – delayed ejaculation.

There’s not a standardized definition for it, but it’s typically described as a penis-owner not being able to reach orgasm in 25-30 minutes.

Roughly 10% of men experience delayed ejaculation regularly, but most men will experience it at some point in their lives.

Today, let’s talk about the most common reasons why cis men struggle to orgasm during sex.

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