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Forced orgasm

A subject submits to a forced orgasm, while tied to furniture.

A forced orgasm is a form of orgasm control where the active partner sexually stimulates a submissive partner to the point of the submissive's involuntary orgasm, with the submissive attempting to restrain the onset of orgasm.[1] In BDSM or other sexual roleplay, the submissive partner can be put in physical restraints, to enable the active partner to control the rate and duration of stimulation.

A bound male is given a forced orgasm

The active partner can continue sexual stimulation after the submissive's orgasm to achieve multiple orgasms. This may cause considerable discomfort to the submissive due to the sensitivity of the genitals. However part of the arousal of the submissive is that after each orgasm they undergo this period of discomfort knowing that pleasure will come shortly after. Part of the attraction of forced orgasms is that the submissive has no control over when and how they will be brought to orgasm.

An involuntary orgasm which happens as the result of forced sexual contact, such as during rape or sexual assault, can often be associated with feelings of shame caused by internalization of victim-blaming attitudes.[2][3] The incidence of those who experience unsolicited sexual contact and experience orgasm is very low, though possibly under-reported due to shame or embarrassment.

Involuntary orgasms can happen regardless of gender.[4]

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  1. ^ BDSM - A Dominant's Guide to Forced Orgasm by Bea Amor, September 19, 2008
  2. ^ Nancy Tuana, Rosemarie Tong, Feminism and Philosophy, Westview Press, (ISBN 0813322138, 9780813322131), 1995[page needed]
  3. ^ [1] D. John Anthony, "Trauma Counseling", Anugraha Publications, Tamil Nadu, India, Sep. 2005.
  4. ^ Levin RJ, van Berlo W (April 2004). "Sexual arousal and orgasm in subjects who experience forced or non-consensual sexual stimulation -- a review". Journal of Clinical Forensic Medicine 11 (2): 82–8. doi:10.1016/j.jcfm.2003.10.008. PMID 15261004. 

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