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The Female Orgasm: Lots of Throbbing and Shaking – But No Moans | Sex


Last name: The female orgasm.

Age: As old as humans.

Appearance: Widely variable.

You know one when you see one, though. Are you really?

Yesit usually involves a lot of moaning. Is it correct?

I watch TV a lot, and if a female character moans, it’s either because they’re having an orgasm or because they ate too much ice cream after a bad breakup. It’s funny you mention moaning, because researchers just found that it’s not a reliable indicator of an orgasm.

Like I said, it could also be the ice cream thing. Sex studies use two common methods to assess the female orgasmic experience – the Orgasm Rating Scale (ORS) and the Body Sensations of Orgasm Scale (BSOS).

What what do these devices for recording this information look like? These are essentially questionnaires allowing subjects to self-report different sensory and physiological sensations during orgasm.

Such as? The list of variables includes heartbeats, hot flashes, tremors, pulsations, goosebumps, and sweating.

Where do the moans on this list come from? According to a new study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, it shouldn’t be there at all.

How is it possible ? On the BSOS scale, it was one of the least reported items, as the researchers suggested it was of no use as a measure.

What were the most reported items? Extragenital sensations, genital sensations, and sweating were among the most common, along with ‘pleasant satisfaction’.

“Pleasant satisfaction” is what I get when I wash the car. To each his own.

Does this mean that women who moan during an orgasm are faking it? I ask for a friend. “Copulatory vocalization,” as the study authors call it, is certainly a response that remains under the woman’s conscious control.

In hindsight, this is the lesson that When Harry Met Sally was try to teach us. But just because it’s not common doesn’t mean it never happens. Studies have shown that there are many rare but verified phenomena associated with female orgasm, including laughing, headaches, sore feet, and sneezing.

Laughing? This explains a lot. For more information, can I refer you to the 2017 study titled: “Did You Climax Or Are You Just Laughing at Me?”

I think we all know the answer to this question. Sorry.

Say: “I’ll have what she has – throbbing, shaking, throbbing and goosebumps, but maybe less sweating.”

Do not tell : “Oh my God – looks like someone ate too much ice cream.”

theguardian LifStyle

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