real fix
BizarreHealthTop StoriesCan’t get no satisfaction – student admits she can’t orgasm despite three years of trying

Can’t get no satisfaction – student admits she can’t orgasm despite three years of trying

A student says she’ll never achieve satisfaction after spending more than three years trying and failing to give herself – an ORGASM.

Megan Ward has anorgasmia and despite trying every day with various sex toys for ‘le petit mort’ she is continually unsatisfied.

Since her diagnosis she has tried countless therapy sessions and has an entire drawer full of vibrators – yet she still can’t climax.

And although her friends and family think she was incredibly brave to share her story, Megan is glad she did it – particularly as a shocking one in five women suffer from the same problem.

Writing for student newspaper The Tab, 20-year-old Megan said she’s been desperately trying all the suggestions she has received since revealing her problem – but none have culminated in climax.

The brunette stunner, at the University of Birmingham, said: “I now own ten different kinds of vibrators, among many other sex toys which would make your grandma’s eyes bleed.

“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.”

Megan Ward who has found she is unable to orgasm.

Megan Ward who has found she is unable to orgasm.

Even though none of the advice she received after she revealed her problem to the world worked, Megan insists she’s still glad she highlighted her own bedroom plight.

She said that before publishing it 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.

“My vagina, she tries, bless her, but it’s just not something she can do.”

“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.”

As for the reaction from her friends she says nothing has changed at all.

Megan Ward who has found she is unable to orgasm. See SWNS story SWORGASM; A girl has finally come to the conclusion she’ll never achieve satisfaction, after spending more than three years trying and failing to give herself an ORGASM. Megan Ward boldly revealed just what it’s like to suffer from anorgasmia just over a year ago, and despite trying every day for ‘le petit mort’ she is continually unsatisfied. Since her diagnosis she has tried countless therapy sessions and has an entire drawer full of vibrators - yet she still can’t climax. And although her friends and family think she was incredibly brave to share her story, Megan is glad she did it - particularly as a shocking one in five women suffer from the same problem.

Since her diagnosis she has tried countless therapy sessions and has an entire drawer full of vibrators – yet she still can’t climax. 

She said: “I got to pre-drinks the night it was published, only for two of my best friends to make orgasm jokes the minute I walked in the room.

“But as with all good friendships, it became something they would wind me up about, but overall, it didn’t change a thing.”

She said that her parents had been amazing too – and had been proud of her, despite her describing her self-pleasuring habits.

This isn’t to say she didn’t receive negative comments too however – and some of her peers even used her article about anorgasmia to make cheap shots at her in arguments about the election.

One girls wrote on Facebook: “If politics was so important to you, you’d write less articles about your vagina and more about what really matters.”

Given that Megan had also written articles about LGBT rights, mental health, the monarchy and feminism she didn’t think that was entirely fair – but the comment made her feel awful nonetheless.

She said: “I wrote about my vagina and so apparently that meant any opinion I had on anything else didn’t matter.

“I was so proud of my article, but I didn’t want to be the Orgasm Girl.

“And yet, now that is all some people see me as.”

She said she also hasn’t avoided the predictable flurry of creepy messages to land in her inbox.

She said: “I don’t know why men felt the need to track me down and proposition me, but apparently they did.

“One gem was the guy who tracked me down to say I just hadn’t met the right man yet, but since I’m not too bad looking I’ll be OK.

“He missed the whole point of the article – as well as insulting my boyfriend and knocking my self-esteem in the process.”

She said the worst of the lot, though, were the people who thought she was merely writing the article for attention.

In fact, Megan wrote it because she felt it important that young people should be able to talk publicly about sexual problems – which could normalise issues and help other people.

On top of that, she also said part if her motivation was the fact that the male orgasm always seems to be a priority over the female orgasm.

Megan said she was still amazed at the amount of people who fake orgasms – and she doesn’t want anyone else feeling ashamed or embarrassed or alone, as she did.

ENDS

A carrot that randomly looks like a Rampant Rabbit

A carrot that randomly looks like a Rampant Rabbit

Comments

comments

Get Your Fix

Sign up to get your fix of real life delivered directly to your inbox! We hate spam and promise we'll only use your email address to send you great stuff from Real-Fix.

Follow Us

Instagram

Contact us

Media Centre, Emma-Chris Way, Filton, Bristol, Avon, BS34 7JU

hello@real-fix.com

Back to Top
Like us on Facebook for regular updates and access to exclusive content and competitions: