December 30, pm Updated July 26, am. Researchers at the University of Albany have been quizzing young women in heterosexual relationships about their sex lives — and, importantly, how intensely and frequently they experience the big O. The study found that women were more likely to climax if their partners were rich, confident and attractive — while the intensity of their orgasms also depended on how good-looking their man is.
Photo by Psalm Isadora. Let's just start with the basics: Any orgasm is a good orgasm. But what most women don't know is that you can experience six different kinds of orgasm through tantra.
All rights reserved. Ever pondered the science behind orgasms or wondered how they boost your health or change with age? Probably not — especially when you're smack-dab in the middle of one.
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It's the only thing that feels better than diving into a cool lake on a sweltering day, biting into a juicy cheeseburger when you're starving, or even getting your wallet back after losing it on vacation abroad. An orgasm is that good. Which is why it bites that it doesn't happen more often.
But for some, the big O can bring on some rather unexpected side effects - including hallucinations, crying, sneezing and even an orgasm in your foot. These, and other bizarre symptoms, have actually been reported in scientific literature in what experts call 'peri-orgasmic phenomena'. Psychological responses can also include feelings of love, happiness, and relaxation.
Goddesses N. Those interested in furthering their knowledge will find many valuable resources online. Surprisingly not only men, but also more than a few women don't completely understand or appreciate the process.
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Michelle, 24, was 19 and had never had an orgasm when suddenly, during sex, she saw white and green light in the periphery of her vision. Michelle is one of the many people with orgasm synesthesiaa condition that causes people to see colors when they orgasm. According to a person study described in the book Synesthesia: Perspectives From Cognitive Neuroscience1.