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Ride the Next Wave. Crème de Jour.
Nintendo Girl. Sexual Angst. Better Orgasms

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Covering your naked body with whipped cream is
an obvious first move, but you can be more
creative than just drawing a bikini.

Squeeze a line of whipped cream from your
partner’s nipples to their genitals and
use it as an appetizer for oral sex.
It’ll making giving oral sex way sweeter.

Nintendo Girl from Le Tag Parfait on Vimeo.

When she does get going it’s a blistering hour
of fun based heavily around teenage sexual angst.

From masturbating in the bath to pencil cases and #MeToo.
“I’d probably fuck the patriarchy if he had nice arms.”

Sexual Angst from NUE galerie on Vimeo.

Riding Him. Fucking Gorgeous
Gift of Lust. Laid-Back Pleasure.

It’s getting harder to keep up
with the whole sex thing.

One minute we are being told dating apps have
unleashed an epidemic of casual sex and
millennials are hooking up willy-nilly.

The next minute we are being told technology
has propelled us into a global sex recession.
None of us can turn our screens off, so no
one is getting it on.

There seems to be a new article about the
“decline of sex” every few days. Now we’re
too busy binge-watching Netflix to bother bonking.

One in four adults in relationships have turned down
sex with their partner in favour of streaming TV.

A younger generation is more likely to abandon intimacy
for entertainment. Millennials have chosen streaming
services over sex. Netflix and chill has gone from
being a spicy euphemism to a frozen one.

Oxytocin & Orgasm

Sexual activity has been found to stimulate the release of oxytocin. It appears to have a role in erection and orgasm. The reason for this is not fully understood.

In women, it may be that the increased uterine motility may help sperm to reach their destination. Some have proposed a correlation between the concentration of oxytocin and the intensity of orgasm.

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Reaching a Climax

An orgasm can be defined in many different ways. It can range from the clinical or physiological definition, “a set of muscle contractions accompanied by a release of endorphins originating from sexual stimulation,” to the more spiritual or emotional, “I’ve died and gone to heaven.”

Assigning an appropriate definition to an orgasm isn’t the problem. The problem is figuring out how to improve them and maximize orgasmic potential.

The science behind the physiology that creates this mind-altering, earth-shattering moment is simple, and not-so-surprisingly, and it’s a neurotransmitter called Oxytocin.

Oxytocin (OT) has been used medically to stimulate the uterus to contract during childbirth, but a plethora of new research suggests that its effects are also associated with sexual arousal, orgasms, bonding, and social interactions.

It’s entirely possible that OT may very well become known as the “Prescription for Pleasure!”

Oxyctocin is mainly produced in the brain by the posterior hypothalamus, but is also created throughout the body by many other cells for many different functions.

It has been shown to moderate or improve human interaction, including orgasms, maternal bonding, social interaction, emotional/ olfactory memories, pair bonding, and anxiety.

In relation to orgasms, OT has numerous ways of improving, increasing, and strengthening the climax for both men and women.

The Physical Orgasm

It has been demonstrated that levels of OT begin to rise during sexual stimulation and continue to build along with the potential climax, with the highest levels being achieved during the peak of climax.

Right around this peak, OT’s direct effect of increasing norepinephrine explains how that as one gets closer to climaxing, their heart rate increases, their eyes dilate, breathing increases in speed, and they experience a rise in body temperature resulting in the sheets to be kicked off.

This physiological sequence of events that intensifies the experience, aids in the bonding aspect of sex as a whole.

And as for the climax itself? It is said that OT improves the sensation of climaxing, making it more pleasurable and therefore more memorable to those experiencing it.

It has been shown to decrease the amount of time to achieve climax with an average length of 55 minutes, being reduced to five.

OT can enable women to increase the duration spent in full climax, improving this time from five seconds to 45 seconds.

It can increase the amount of seminal and vaginal fluid by 40%, and has the potential to aid in achieving multiple orgasms by counteracting its antagonist, prolactin.

A final interesting nugget of information is that when dosed properly by a physician, patients who engaged in intercourse within three hours reported much more intense orgasms.

Those that engaged in intercourse and climaxed three hours after dosing, reported having multiple orgasms which had never been experienced before.