It might seem like a silly thing to celebrate, but National Orgasm Day is important. After all, if you want to have a good sex life you have to know how to get there.
Live sex website CAM4 recently surveyed women from all over the world on their orgasm habits and found some interesting stats. For example, some women climax every single day.
1. Dale Decker of Wisconsin
We’ve all heard of women who have fifty orgasms a day, but this man from Wisconsin tops that. Thirty-seven-year-old Dale Decker developed Persistent Genital Arousal Syndrome after slipping a disc in his back while getting out of a chair two years ago, according to Barcroft TV. He says that since then, he’s had an average of 100 orgasms a day.
He’s pretty much confined to his home in Two Rivers so that he doesn’t have one of the “disgusting” orgasm episodes in public. Apparently, he’s been embarrassed at places like the grocery store where he says around 150 people watched him orgasm in front of his kids. He’s not only unable to work, but the stress of this condition has caused him and his wife to sleep in separate beds.
While it’s easy to laugh at his story and make fun of him, you have to remember that these people are real and they suffer just as much as the rest of us. They may be making the headlines for being able to ejaculate, but they are also struggling with depression and other health problems just as much as you or I. So take a moment to thaw your snarky heart and show some compassion. He deserves it. After all, he’s the one who brought this attention to himself.
2. Deanna Webb of Denmark
Deanna Webb of Denmark holds the world record for most orgasms in a day with 134. This woman is a porn actress and has been in over 250 softcore films. She has a condition called gigantomastia, which means she has breasts that are extremely large.
At a 2009 Masturbate-a-Thon in Denmark, she was able to masturbate for over 10 hours without climaxing once! That is a long time, even by masturbatory standards.
Louise and Martine Fokkens, twin prostitutes in Amsterdam, claim to have slept with 355,000 men between them. That is an incredible number of sex partners. It would take 177,500 sex partners to reach the world record for most sex partners in a lifetime held by American couple Jonah Falcon of Brooklyn and his wife Rachel.
3. Jonah Falcon of Brooklyn
Jonah Falcon was born on July 29, 1970 in Brooklyn, New York. He is an American actor and TV host who has been featured in shows such as the Greatest Showman, Gotham and The Sopranos. He also claims to have the world’s longest penis, measuring 13.5 inches when erect.
Falcon first gained international fame in 1999 when he was profiled in Rolling Stone magazine and appeared in an HBO documentary called Private Dicks: Men Exposed. He has also claimed to have an erection that can reach down to his knees when fully extended.
While most men only experience about six orgasms in an hour, Falcon has experienced as many as fourteen orgasms during a masturbatory session. This is an impressive feat, especially considering that most people have a refractory period of about 15 minutes.
Despite his success in the adult entertainment industry, Falcon has struggled to find a steady job and still lives with his mother. He has appeared on numerous talk shows, including The Daily Show and the UK’s This Morning. In one of his appearances on the latter, Falcon said he was stopped by airport security in San Francisco due to the size of his penis. He was allowed to continue with his journey after additional screening. He claimed that he can even envelop a doorknob with his foreskin.
4. Rachel of Atlanta
Orgasms can make us feel so much better. The oxytocin and dopamine that accompany orgasm work as bonding hormones, creating a more fulfilling romantic relationship and deeper connection between partners, explains sexual wellness educator and intimacy coach Rashida Ahmed. They also lower cortisol levels, which are linked to stress and can lead to breakouts. As a result, orgasms can help keep skin looking radiant.
In fact, a recent study found that women who climaxed regularly were less likely to have acne and rashes than those who didn’t climax as frequently. Orgasms also boost estrogen, which promotes collagen production and reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. They can also improve sleep, reducing the look of dark circles under the eyes.
Regular climaxing can also help you fall asleep faster and get a better night’s rest, because it triggers the release of oxytocin, which is a natural sleep inducer. Orgasms can also increase immunity and bone health, and prevent heart disease.
A lot of people struggle to prioritize masturbation and recreational sex, which can be due to societal stigma, religious upbringing, or even family messaging. But breaking the taboo around these practices may be the key to a happier life, and one that’s filled with orgasms. In a recent episode of Well+Good’s IGTV, doula and wellness activist Latham Thomas and sex educator Cindy Luquin discussed the importance of removing the negative halo around masturbation and orgasms.