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“The key is to link your fan­tasy – whether it be you and Idris Elba or you with a woman – to your or­gasm,” ex­plains Quil­liam. “Ev­ery time you cli­max, think about your fan­tasy. The more you do this the stronger the link, un­til you or­gasm via the fan­tasy alone.”

Sci­en­tists have dis­cov­ered that mas­sag­ing your nip­ples ac­ti­vates the same part of the brain as stim­u­lat­ing your cli­toris, cre­at­ing a nerve-tin­gling link be­tween the two.

“Touch your nip­ples un­til you find a tech­nique you en­joy, then get your man in­volved,” says Quil­liam. “Take it slowly, mak­ing the link be­tween how it feels up­stairs and down­stairs. The more you do it, the more in­tense it will be­come.” mouth with your tongues. Wow! Dr Flana­gan says, “If you can’t or­gasm, first rule out any phys­i­cal prob­lems such as STIs or gy­nae­co­log­i­cal is­sues by pay­ing your GP a visit. Your or­gasms can also be af­fected by stress, de­pres­sion, anx­i­ety, med­i­ca­tion and al­co­hol. If you’ve ruled out all of those and you’re still not able to cli­max, give mas­tur­ba­tion another go. Or­gasms aren’t only phys­i­cal – they’re psy­cho­log­i­cal and emo­tional as well. Trust is­sues can stop you be­ing fully re­laxed and able to cli­max, so go back to ba­sics with your part­ner. Give each other phys­i­cal stim­u­la­tion with­out touch­ing each other `down be­low’ and en­joy how it feels rather than fo­cus­ing on the end re­sult. Sex isn’t all about achiev­ing the Big `O’. the key is to have fun and be safe!”

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