Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Student still can't ORGASM after spending THREE YEARS trying to achieve one

Megan Ward who has found she is unable to orgasm.
Unsatisfied: Megan Ward has spent three years trying and failing to orgasm
A student fears she will never have an orgasm after spending more than three years trying and failing to give herself one.
Megan Ward, who lives in Birmingham, has used an array of sex toys every day since early 2013 in a bid to achieve satisfaction.
She has also attended countless therapy sessions - but her attempts so far have not worked.
The 20-year-old suffers from anorgasmia, a condition that sees sufferers constantly fail to achieve climax.
Shockingly, as many as one in five British women suffer from the illness - but most do not speak openly about it.
Megan first disclosed her condition in late 2014 - and now, she has revealed she is still yet to experience an orgasm.

Writing for student newspaper The Tab, Megan said she has been desperately trying all the suggestions she has received since revealing her problem - but none have culminated in climax.
The University of Birmingham student said: "I now own 10 different kinds of vibrators, among many other sex toys which would make your grandma's eyes bleed.
SWNSNo success: The 20-year-old has used an array of sex toys every day since early 2013 in a bid to achieve satisfaction
No success: The 20-year-old has used an array of sex toys every day since early 2013 in a bid to achieve satisfaction
"While I love them all in the same way most people love their pets - and admittedly the Magic Wand has changed my life - they still don't produce the Big O from me.
"My vagina, she tries, bless her, but it's just not something she can do."
Although none of the advice Megan received enabled her to achieve orgasm, the young woman insisted she is still glad she highlighted her own bedroom plight in an article in November 2014.
She said that before publishing the piece, she was worried that people would think she was weird or a bit pathetic.
Instead, she said that none of that ever happened and that the response she got from people was overwhelmingly positive.
She said: "I got messages from people I had spoken to maybe once all congratulating me.
"Some of my best friends shared the piece and wrote publicly they were proud of me.
"Strangers stalked me down on Facebook - some in a creepy way - but others to say thank you for writing the piece."