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2014-07-27 01:26:49

Friday Weird Science: Clomipramine, yawning, andorgasm ...


Blogging all that is good, bad, and weird in physiology and neuroscience. Home · A Scicurious CV · About Scicurious · Contact and Policies · Scicurious on SciComm · SCIENCE! 101 ... So my idea is that the intake of oxygen produced by yawning may stimulate neurotransmitters in the brain for increased release, and increase vasodilation in the body. This combination may be potent enough in some clomipramine using individuals to push them over the edge. Keep in ...

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2014-07-27 01:26:49

From Crunches to Climax by Emily Beers - CrossFit Journal


Emily Beers examines the physiology of exercise-induced orgasms, and female CrossFit athletes open up and talk about them. It was 1995 .... My girlfriend didn't think she could have massive multiple orgasms, but she could.

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2014-07-27 01:26:49

Friday Weird Science: Female Orgasm, Evolutionary Byproduct? Or ...


Blogging all that is good, bad, and weird in physiology and neuroscience. Home · A Scicurious CV · About Scicurious · Contact and Policies · Scicurious on SciComm .... I certainly do not think it is necessary that female orgasm have a function which is closely tied to reproduction, see my comments on possible involvement in pair bonding or merely assessment of mate quality. There are certainly other possibilities for its function other than purely physical enhancement ...

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2014-07-27 01:26:49

Friday Weird Science: THIS JUST IN! Orgasms aren't an ... - Scientopia


Blogging all that is good, bad, and weird in physiology and neuroscience ... FEMALE orgasms, and this means that I have to give it my own special Scicurious treatment (the one from the...orgasmic...point of view??). Especially ...

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2014-07-27 01:26:49

Friday Weird Science: There are HOW many types of Female Orgasm?


Blogging all that is good, bad, and weird in physiology and neuroscience. Home · A Scicurious CV · About Scicurious · Contact and Policies · Scicurious on SciComm .... What you need to do (in my not very humble opinion) is a physical study, looking at various types of orgasm, and the amount of "insuck" you end up with in terms of either sperm or labeled fluid that you can scan for. Preferably look at oxytocin as well. Just asking about how people experienced their ...

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2014-07-27 01:26:49

Female Orgasm | myVMC


Evidence suggests that the physiological and hormonal changes as well as the physical sensations experienced during orgasm are similar amongst the different types of orgasm. However, there is evidence that the emotional aspects of ...

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2014-07-27 01:26:49

Friday Weird Science: Female Orgasm and Ejaculation. And, Or? Or ...


... sample size, and so may not be representative), the orgasm has been a fraction the strength. This isn't to say that my experience will parallel with every guy's experience, but it begs the question as to whether or not ejaculatory orgasms may actually feel more powerful to women as well. ... So, did their study subjects even have the physiological possibility of ejeculating at orgasm? But it's so easy to find studies to criticize. What I want to know is, who came up with the ...

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2014-07-27 01:26:49

Benefits of Female Masturbation: Have Deeper Orgasms through ...


How could I achieve orgasm without knowing my own pleasure zones? Female masturbation helped me to understand my physiology, and get to know my pleasure spots, so that I can now either reach an orgasm by myself or ...

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2014-07-27 01:26:49

Friday Weird Science: fMRI and Female Orgasm, that's SO been ...


Blogging all that is good, bad, and weird in physiology and neuroscience. Home · A Scicurious CV · About Scicurious · Contact and Policies · Scicurious on SciComm ... Well, stimulate the women, put them in an fMRI, and see where the stimulation is going. The vagus nerve projects to areas of the brain like the nucleus of the solitary tract, the posterior motor nucleus of vagus, and the nucleus ambiguus (which is my favorite nucleus for ambiguous reasons). So, they put ...

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2014-07-27 01:26:49

The Venereal Gadfly: More Notes towards a History of Orgasm ...


I'll try to chart the development of this new meaning some other time, but what interests me here is the matter of how, if not by the term 'orgasm', did authors up to Lamarck's era describe this physiological event? In my reading of Latin texts on animal generation I've often come across a curious phrase, the true meaning of which escaped my attention until yesterday, when I found it in Tobias Andreae's Brevis explicatio corporis humani prout anima vegetativa pollet of ...

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