A couple claim they can orgasm for 18 hours – and that’s before they’ve even having sex.
Melanie, 33, and Scott McClure, 47, from Texas, can have full-body orgasms from just hugging each other, and it’s even possible for them to do so when each of them are in separate rooms.
They appeared on ITV daytime show This Morning to talk about their tantric abilities they have honed over the nine years they have been married to each other.
The husband and wife say they can orgasm through anything from love-making and breathing to dancing and different weather conditions.
Presenters Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield were so struck by the couple they had an attack of the giggles after their interview with them which rendered them incapable of speech.
Holly and Phil had grilled Melanie and Scott, during a live video link, asking them exactly how they achieve climax simply by connecting to one another’s energy.
But the saucy topic proved too much for the pair to handle, and as they attempted to gather their thoughts about their new-found sexual knowledge they collapsed on the sofa laughing.
Branding it ‘one of my favourite interviews ever’, Holly joked she was going to write down the couple’s contact details to get extra advice, adding: ‘I’ll call you!’
After interviewing couple Melanie and Scott McClure the pair couldn’t contain their giggles and collapsed on the sofa
Melanie, 33, and Scott McClure, 47, from Texas, say they don’t even have to be in the same room as one another to reach climax
The married pair had spoken to Holly and Phil via live link on This Morning but the saucy topic was too much for the pair to handle
Desperately trying to regain composure the pair were rendered speechless as just moments before the ad break
The presenting duo giggled away as they tried to read the link and share with viewers what was coming next
The moment caused Phillip to start laughing uncontrollably which then triggered Holly, who dropped her head to the sofa as she struggled to regain composure.
Several seconds passed of the pair desperately trying to read the next link until Phil begged: ‘Cut to the break, cut to the break!’
An curious Phil and Holly said they had reams of questions for Melanie and Scott, but didn’t get through them all.
It was at that moment that Scott offered to help them further and that they should get in touch, that kicked off the laughing fit.
‘Ah well there you go,’ Phil said as he turned to Holly.
She mimed writing it down and Phil dropped his head to his hands.
Phil and Holly were extremely inquisitive about the practise of a tantric orgasm and were shocked that the couple could achieve one when they were in separate rooms
In the throes of passion: The husband and wife are captured sharing an intimate moment, they claim they experience 18-hour long orgasms together
The couple teach classes on how to do tantric sex and achieve an orgasm just from harnessing your energy
Phil could barely keep a straight face as Holly asked question after question about their sex lives
Phil had his head in his hands as he attempted to pull himself together before he begged the producers to cut to the ad break
Throughout the entire segment, both presenters struggled to maintain serious expressions as they grilled the couple on their sex lives.
After Melanie and Scott revealed they could orgasm together even when they were in separate rooms, a flustered Holly asked: ‘What happens if you’re in a supermarket or an inappropriate place? ‘
Mel retorted: ‘First of all I don’t think there is any where that is inappropriate.’
Holly also wanted to know how long it would take the couple to teach someone else to learn the tantric practice, at which point Phil pointed at is co-host to imply it was Holly who wanted to learn.
Melanie McClure, 33, from Texas, USA, pictured with two other bare breasted women – the couple are very open about their sex lives
Melanie, 33, and Scott McClure, 47, from Texas, USA. Melanie and Scott can both orgasm from simply hugging one another
Melanie and Scott run ‘Ecstatic hearts’, which teaches people about Tantra – an ancient yoga-based practice that utilises sexual energy and helps to reach higher states of consciousness. The couple say that the benefits of this practice are increased intimacy, energy and ‘amazing’ orgasms.
According to the practice, people can reach ecstasy by integrating body, mind and soul.
Things were once very different for Scott. Twenty years ago, he was suffering with premature ejaculation and began learning Tantra in a bid to become a better lover.
However, Scott’s sexual experiences dramatically improved when he met Melanie nine years ago. The twosome delved deeper into the Tantric Arts and started having the mind-blowing orgasms that they enjoy today.
This Morning airs weekdays on ITV at 10.30am
SCOTT AND MELANIE’S TOP THREE TIPS TO HAVING BETTER ORGASMS
MAKE SOUND: By making sound, you give yourself permission to be open, expressive and unleash your power. It’s proven that making sounds during your orgasm, intensifies your orgasm. It opens up energy channels in your body so when you make love – groan, moan and scream. It will be even more juicy and joyful!
BREATHE DEEPLY: It’s by breathing deeply, that you allow yourself to have prolonged orgasms. So make sure to take breaths and truly feel and milk your orgasmic experience.
VISUALISE YOUR ENERGY: When you’re love-making, start visualize your sexual energy moving up your body – rather than out. Notice what is happening in your body rather than just having the goal of ejaculation so enjoy foreplay and relish touching your partner. By feeling the pleasure in every moment, you can have a more satisfying and magical orgasm.