As a general comment on the original post, and not the many lol-tastic excursions on this comment thread…
I think statistically comparing the orgasms of male and female physiology is a bit apples to oranges. First of all, ask six different people what an orgasm is and you’ll get nine different answers.
In my strictly anecdotal experience, very few men “climax” more than two or (occasionally) three times in a row, at least in the narrow sense of ejaculation. But a man can experience a susurrating wave of sustained pleasure throughout which is very much tied to his partner’s experiential pleasure (I can only speak to female, but I strongly suspect the same is true with a male partner).
Also speaking anecdotally - and I don’t just mean myself, but also those I’ve observed and/or compared notes with - women can (and I hope I don’t offend anyone here, but the topic is rather…well) cum quite a few times in a row. Now I can’t experience what it’s like for a woman to cum (though rest assured I’ll be on that as soon as mind-melds become a thing), but I suspect for a man it’s more like a longitudinal wave of ecstasy and for women its more like a transverse wave of ecstasy.