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Orgasm Facts: Did You Know?


When you orgasm your brain releases feel-good neurochemicals such as dopamine, endorphins, and oxytocin.


Penetration can feel great but 70 to 80% of people with clits require (or prefer) clitoral stimulation to actually orgasm.


Fun fact for your next trivia night: during orgasm the pelvic and anal muscles contract at 0.8-second intervals!


Doctors used to forcibly bring female patients to orgasm by hand, or with a machine, as treatment for ‘hysteria’.


Multiple orgasms exist! People with vulvas are more likely to have them, but people with any anatomy can learn.

Multiple Orgasms

Next time you can’t sleep because your leg is tingly you know what to do: Orgasms cure Restless Leg Syndrome!

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Orgasm (noun)


Sexual climax. Rhythmic muscle contractions that send waves of pleasurable sensations through the body. Loud or quiet, slow-to-build or hair-trigger, weak or intense, easy or elusive, this magical sneeze has many faces. Many ‘O faces’ you might say.

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Orgasm Troubleshooting - Get More Control Over Your Orgasm

Difficulty having orgasms? Coming too quickly? A lot of people struggle with these issues.

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