Itâ€™s a proven fact that orgasming is a very physical act for men. It feels good, so they do it. We women could really take a lesson from men in this area.
Oh my God, I canâ€™t believe I just wrote that.
But seriously, they relax and they enjoy the physical act of sex. They donâ€™t think it to death and analyze it until it sounds like a really bad idea. They donâ€™t wonder what their mom would think or if their partner will sleep over. Nope, they just get right in there and enjoy the moment.
As women, we tend to over think everything, including sex. Turns out, sex is very mental for women and that is not always a bad thing. There was a recent study of women who masturbated in an MRI machine (yes, they actually did that). There is a not enough money in the world to pay me to masturbate in an MRI. Wine, maybe. Money, never.
The MRI masturbation project proved definitively that from start to finish, the female orgasm is mental and it stimulates your entire brain. For women, an orgasm is physical, mental and in some cases, if done right, spiritual. Why else do you think we call out to God in the middle of it all?
Here are some fun facts that you may not have known about your orgasm.
- Your vagina, clitoris and cervix all stimulate separate parts of the cortex. With a little creativity on the part of your lover, all three can be stimulated simultaneously causing a more intense and satisfying orgasm. Isn’t that all any of us really wants is a little satisfaction?
- Continued arousal of the genitalia stimulates the hippocampus and the next thing you know, you start to feel like the entire thing is a dream. Itâ€™s probably why we women romanticize sex so often. Itâ€™s not our fault. Blame our hippocampus.
- Last but not least, the hypothalamus releases oxytocin and causes all that earth shattering uterine contracting. Exhilarating and intense pleasure overwhelms your entire body. This is your brain on an orgasm.
What stimulates your mind the most?
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