We can't really control how strong our orgasms feel, but there are some things that you can do to increase the chances of sexual activity feeling good: such as making sure that you have privacy and enough uninterrupted time, being really aroused to start with, being very relaxed, not focusing on an ultimate goal so much as the pleasure of the moment, and not pressuring yourself to orgasm. Those things can help, but ultimately there's no one-size-fits-all approach, and our bodies can also have a mind of their own. So your best bet it to focus on the pleasure itself and make sure that feels good for you, rather than trying to aim for mind-blowing orgasms.
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