10 Things You Probably Don't Know About Orgasms

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Danielle Andrew 18 Apr 2015, 16:45

Author and TED talker Mary Roach describes orgasms as "a reaction of the autonomic nervous system, the part of the nervous system we don't consciously control... and can be triggered by a surprisingly broad range of input." But did you know you can stimulate a dead person to orgasm? Or that the Journal of Ultasound Medicine published a paper describing "observations of in-utero masturbation" - yes you read that right, observations of a foetus apparently masturbating.

It's become startingly clear you guys are fascinated with all things with sexual connotatons (I refer to the penis article that crashed the website with traffic), so on both of those notes, take a look at this TED talk that walks you through 10 Things You Didn't Know About Orgasms.

 

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