Only women can do this, as I understand it. If a woman suffers from a syndrome of constant sexual arousal, or is prone to hyperexcitability, then it is quite possible for herself that this is possible. I advise you to google the name of Michelle Thompson, in the late noughties her case was widely covered in the world media. The young lady could not work at the biscuit factory, since the constantly vibrating mechanisms made her permanently orgasm (up to 300 times a day, this is about once every 8-10 minutes, you can fucking be) and made her inoperative. I think she could end up quietly from a sneeze :)
I read (in Dawkins' it seems) that sneezing is a way of manipulating human behavior by microorganisms, which thus effectively spread. Considering that orgasm is also, to some extent, a way of manipulating behavior, we can say yes - sneezing and orgasm have a lot in common.
The truth is that sneezing and orgasm are somewhat similar. Both require an external initiator (whether it be touch, smell, bright light or taste), and in both sneezing and orgasm there is a strong contraction of certain muscles, leading to ejaculation in men in case of orgasm and exhaust air in case of sneezing. p>
It's very interesting that I heard from some people with a light sneeze reflex (this is when you sneeze at the sight of light, after spending a long time in the dark) that they sneeze during orgasm. I don't know what conclusions to draw from this - it may be a complete coincidence, or maybe for some people there really is a connection between sneezing and orgasm. The fact is that sneezes are poorly understood, the medical community neglects sneezes, because sneezes are not a disease, they do not suffer from it.