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science of the orgasm
  • Science of the orgasm - for those that are interested
  • rookrook
    Posts: 1,833
    Merci, Plantation !!! Great string of thoughts. Explained a lot of what happens to me. Perhaps it's time to revisit the Vagus nerve discussion from last year.

    I can vouch for the 'orgasmic aura' discussion. I get the same visual image entering orgasm that I got when being tested for latent epilepsy 50 years ago.
  • macjimmacjim
    Posts: 28
    Well, I'm always interested in orgasms!
    This was a great article! I can see how men can train themselves to have anerosless super O's, after a sufficient period of training.
    And biofeedback or neuralfeedback to train yourself to orgasm by looking at fMRI images and PETscans! WOW!
    And the role of the vagus nerves which communicate with your brain from your genitals even if your spinal cord is severed!
    This really shows how plastic the brain is!
    Thanks for posting the link.
  • artformartform
    Posts: 1,488
    Merci encore cette fois mon ami! :D

  • hello to all I wonder if the convulsion super0 see that we have with Aneros has to do with the crisis epilepsy?????? Orgasm and the brain
  • macjimmacjim
    Posts: 28
    I've read that an orgasm and epilepsy are almost indistinguishable from each other when looking at brain scans.
    I've been trying to destroy my frontal cortex for years with alcohol and drugs. It hasn't worked very well, plus depressants like alcohol ruin the sexual moment, right when my mind says YES!
    Maybe I should just take drill and drill out that part of my cortex right behind my left eyeball?
    Remember when they lobotomized Jack Nicholson in One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest? I bet he could have had great sex, except the big Indian suffocated him!
  • CanacanCanacan
    Posts: 748
    Bump because I found the article very interesting.

    This one too :