Orgasms blow womens minds shocker!

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    I'm not shure about having my head forcibly restrained whilst 'being stimulated', and I'm not even remotely surprised that this...ahem...'study' took place in Holland, but it confirms what I've always suspected - women love it up 'em and even more when drunk. QED. :D
  2. So what the excuse for the rest of the week then?
  3. Heads restrained but socks on yeah sounds like women.
    They normally try to rip my head off with their thais why aving an organisam.
  4. I love science that tells us what we already know!!!!
  5. this is another reference from education,9865,1511132,00.html
    James Meikle, health correspondent
    Tuesday June 21, 2005
    The Guardian

    Women may fool their sexual partners by faking orgasm, but their brains cannot lie. Reaching a proper sexual climax is, for women at least, a mind-blowing event. Large parts of their brains that deal with emotion and fear appear to shut down so that they can enjoy the thrill.
    A series of experiments at the Univerity of Groningen, in the Netherlands, used brain scans to map what happened in men's and women's heads while their partners sat by their prone bodies, sexually stimulating them.

    The tests involved 13 women and 11 men aged 19 to 39. Women told the researchers when they faked orgasm, but the truth was there on the scans anyway.

    Professor Gert Holstege reported the findings at a conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, organised by the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology.

    "The main thing we saw was deactivation in women," he said. "It was unbelievable, very pronounced. I think that is the major outcome of the study. You see extreme deactivation of large portions of the brain, especially the fear centres, the brain that controls emotions."

    The main part of the brain that seemed active was the cerebellum, linked to control of movement, but scientists also think it may have an emotional role. This was active in fake orgasms too, but otherwise there was a different picture.

    "If you look at women that faked orgasm you see the same kind of thing in the cerebellum, but the cortex, the conscious part of the brain, is also active," Prof Holstege said.

    To reach true climax, women needed to ensure that fear and stress did not get in the way. "The deactivation of these very important parts of the brain might be the most important thing necessary to have an orgasm. If you are in a high level of anxiety it is very hard to have sex."

    Men were studied in the same way, but because it typically took only 20 seconds to reach ejaculation, it was difficult for neuroscientists to obtain and interpret data. But Prof Holstege suspects that the change in brain pattern may mirror that of women.

    Another part of the study in which the volunteers were stimulated without reaching orgasm showed differences in brain response however. In both sexes, an area called the amygdala, a fear centre, was deactivated, but in men, an ancient part of the brain linked to emotion, called the insula, became more active.

    Other differing brain patterns between the sexes suggested that men respond differently to having their genitals stimulated. Men appeared to want to rationalise the experience by interpreting its importance, while women merely enjoyed the sensation.

    "Men are seeing it as a big deal, the interpretation of what is happening is important to them," Prof Holstege said. "Women apparently do not have this idea that this is so important. With women the primary feeling is there, but not the interpretation."

    The volunteers, all heterosexual and right handed, were recruited through Dutch magazines. Since it was vital for them to remain completely still in the scanner, they had to have their heads restrained, although they were free to move the rest of their bodies.

    "We are neuroscientists, so we're only interested in the brain," said Prof Holstege.

    There were, however, some physical matters that had to be attended to as well. "A major problem was they got cold feet, so they put socks on," he added.

    Prof Holstege hopes his work may lead to treatments which lower anxiety levels and which reduce sexual dysfunction." Alcohol brings down fear levels. Everyone knows if you give alcohol to women it is easier," he said.
  6. What women have orgasms how new man
  7. Whatever you are smoking can we all share please? :wink:
  8. Most women must be in a permanent state of orgasm then! 8)
  9. A few tips our younger members on how to spot a faker! :wink:


  10. Poppy me no share the good sh1t with anyone, find ya own stash.
    john flying high
  11. Enquiring minds want to know if they filmed the subjects for...erm later scientific analysis? 8O :twisted: