Doing Kegels helps to tighten your pubococcygeal PC muscle, which is one of the muscles that contracts during orgasm. Kegel exercises are known for their range of benefits including easier preparation for and recovery from childbirth, stronger orgasms for you, and even more pleasurable sex for your partner. I am extremely vaginally orgasmic from diet and exercise and I can have an orgasm from ten or twenty seconds of flexing. Though orgasmic contractions are voluntary, the more toned they are the easier it is for your body to use those muscles for orgasms. Similar to how many women are more sexually aroused during their periods, the blood flow that happens when you do Kegel exercises can contribute to how interested in sex you feel. What I like to do is have sex with me on top with very little movement, just me flexing my muscles. Even when you have really good sex, getting to the big O can be difficult. Doing Kegels can help him have a better sexual experience, too. For women, it mentioned that besides tightening the region, it could provide orgasms alone. D I think it's the woman's job to tighten up to fit her man--it's lots easier for us. Doing Kegels helps to strengthen your pelvic floor, make your genitals more sensitive, and can even increase your natural lubrication. Get another half dozen or so of these stronger ones under my belt and then we orgasm together. The muscles that stop the flow of urine are your pelvic muscles. Not that it feels bad, just breaks the orgasmic pace. Though very few women can orgasm from vaginal intercourse alone, you can increase your odds by strengthening your pelvic floor. When I get tired of these lightweight flexing orgasms, after a couple dozen or so, then I like to change positions and have him drive it on home, old fashioned doggy-style or whatever.