A woman, Amy Mathews has revealed she has hadp too many orgasms and climaxes just by looking at someone she fancies.
According to Amy, 23, she has had orgasms on public transport, in college and even during lunch with her parents.
Now, she says, she is addicted to them as her record for an individual sexual encounter is an incredible 18 orgasms.
She is single and is a dance teacher from Oxford.
Amy has a condition known as Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, a condition that causes flexible joints and loose tendons. According to her, orgasms help reduce the pain that she gets from the condition.
She was 15 when she had her first boyfriend. They were together for three years and it was with him she had her first sexual encounter, which she describes as “a bit of a non-event”.
Amy says: “I orgasm very easily and multiple times. If I’m on my own on a train and see someone I fancy, I’ll start to orgasm then and there. If I’m in bed with someone, I can pass out from having so many that are just too intense.
“On other occasions my abs hurt from the constant contractions in my tummy and pelvic area.
“Sometimes I feel bad for the other person when I’m having so many and he gets just the one.”
She says her sex life evolved when she started a seven-month relationship at the age of 18.
“With this guy I learned to properly orgasm. They occurred via vaginal penetration and stimulating my clitoral area.
“When we had sex, I was having a minimum of five.”
After they split, Amy could orgasm at any time in any place even without sex or physical stimulation.
“I took medication (for her condition) but it made me tired.
“But if I had sex or orgasmed with a sex toy or by myself, I’d perk up again.
“I don’t take meds (for the pain) now. I prefer to orgasm instead.”
She says she’s been addicted to orgasms since age 18.
“I feel bad for the other person…I’m having so many, he’s having one
“I’d been diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome and one of my dance college teachers told me I was too fat.
“There was a lot of drama going on in my life and I started to suffer anxiety.
“Each time I had a panic attack, I found having an orgasm could help calm me down. The feeling of release was addictive and that’s when I started orgasming more regularly.
“One time, I had stormed out of a classroom, I sat down in the corridor and had one.
“While I don’t think I made any noise or blushed, God knows what other students must have thought seeing me sitting there. But it definitely made me less stressed.”
Amy said she was referred for sex addiction therapy by a college counsellor.
She says: “The person I saw said as long as I feel good after the act, whether on my own or with someone else, then it’s OK.
“If I had a panic attack, the orgasm relief was better if I’d had physical sex — but I could feel emotionally worse afterwards. At one stage I was having lots of sexual partners.
“I wouldn’t say the number of guys I have slept with was into three figures but it isn’t far off.”
“With my third boyfriend, when I was 21, I had the best sex.
“The most memorable time was when I had a full-body climax. I couldn’t breathe. It lasted for ages.
“It was like being on a rollercoaster when the ride keeps going up. You want it to be over because you can’t take it any more.
“The most I ever had with him in one go was 18 . . . I lost count after that.”
Amy can control her desire to orgasm when she is at work but it is the first thing she does when she gets home. It sometimes happens at unwelcome times.
She says: “It can be awkward when I have one around my family. My Mum knows and is very supportive, taking the view that I’m lucky, whereas Dad has no idea.”
Amy says she is happy to hook up with guys for sex.
She says: “I’ve only had three serious boyfriends and the one with the mind-blowing sex finished two years ago.
“Since then I haven’t wanted a boyfriend. I’ve got a high sex drive and I prefer to see guys casually.
“I only sleep with them on two or three occasions.
“I don’t want a boyfriend. I just need to orgasm regularly.
“There are times I feel bad if I don’t orgasm.
“When guys know about my ability to orgasm easily and it doesn’t happen or I don’t go into double figures, they worry there is something wrong with their performance.”
The longest Amy has gone without orgasming is a couple of days.
She says: “I’ll spot someone cute and my brain will say, ‘Let’s go!’
“Once, when I was out for lunch with friends, someone asked me why I was so quiet.
“One friend there texted me asking me if I was orgasming. I replied, ‘I can’t stop it’.
“I’ve even googled, ‘Is it normal to be able to orgasm without any contact?’ to see if it’s just me — and it isn’t. It does happen.”
There is a rare condition called persistent genital arousal disorder, but Amy does not believe she has it.
She says: “My theory is that I have a higher sex drive from all the extra testosterone in my body as a result of having polycystic ovary syndrome.
“At first I found it hard to talk about but not any more. Men do get scared when I explain how often I can orgasm.
“Nowadays, when I have sex, I’ll climax a minimum of nine times. I have missed sex during lockdown.
“I have broken it a couple of times to see a friend because I’ve never gone longer than six weeks without sex.
“I don’t miss the intimacy but I do miss the sex.”