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The Orgasm Bible by Susan Crain Bakos

The Orgasm Bible by Susan Crain Bakos

Author:Susan Crain Bakos
Language: eng
Format: epub
Publisher: Rockport Publishers
Published: 2008-05-16T04:00:00+00:00

—Monique, 31


“Oh, I’ve had so many best orgasms! I always think the one I’m having is the best.”

—Sharon, 55


“The first one. I masturbated myself to orgasm the first time when I was 15. Wow! What a feeling. I felt myself pulsating and throbbing and I thought—this is amazing.”

—Christa, 24

What Is an Orgasm?

In lay terms, an orgasm is generally defined as an intense, pleasurable response to genital stimulation, a release of sexual tension marked by a series of genital contractions and the release throughout the body of natural chemicals that create feelings of euphoria and attachment.

Scientists say it a bit differently:

• “The expulsive discharge of neuromuscular tensions at the peak of sexual response.” –Kinsey, 1953

• “A brief episode of physical release from the vasocongestion and myotonic increment developed in response to sexual stimuli.” –Masters and Johnson, 1966

• “The zenith of sexuoerotic experience that men and women characterize subjectively as voluptuous rapture or ecstasy. It occurs simultaneously in the brain/mind and the pelvic genitalia.” –Money, Wain-wright, and Hingburger, 1991

“The female orgasm is one of the last frontiers of sexuality. In general, the average person knows less about the female orgasm—its causes, frequency, locations—than any other aspect of sex.”


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