It is something quite intriguing to think about. ‘We’, meaning us as a mammalian species, did NOT have orgasms, male or female, to begin with. Way, way back all reproduction was asexual. Then somehow ‘sex’, as in two partners coming together to exchange DNA, came to be — though it is fairly clear that ‘orgasms’ per se could not have been there at first, since the mechanism for orgasming is a fairly complex process.
If you think about it, even for a second, it should become clear that we have absolutely no way of finding out as to when orgasms came to be in terms of sex. All we know is that it happened a long time ago.
LELO, indubitably, is an important player in the world of orgasms — whether female or male. As such it should not come as a surprise that LELO is mentioned often in this blog’s accompanying book “Orgasms: 101 Facts & Trivia“.
Get into the swing of things on Friday, July 31, 2015, “National Orgasm Day“, around the World, by getting a FREE download of the “Orgasms: 101 Facts & Trivia” eBook — for 24 hours.
It is a shame that it goes uncelebrated by so many. So this year we will come up with ways so that as many folks can savor and enjoy a memorable “National Orgasm Day“. Just reading about orgasmic scenes in movies, good and bad, just doesn’t cut it.
The average duration of a SINGLE female orgasm is around 20 seconds.
There are two key words to be considered here ‘average’ and ‘single’. Of course ‘average’ means, by definition, that there will be those that are longer and those that are shorter. So if YOU, as a female, feel that 20 seconds is nowhere close, remember that it could be this ‘average’ thing. And then even more crucially the average 20 seconds is for a SINGLE female orgasm — and that, quite literally, is the rub (or the nub). Some women can have (what I like to refer to as) Cascading Orgasms. A series of closely-spaced orgasms — bang, bang, bang. Yes, it is a form of multiorgasm. If you want to get real technical the difference being that with Cascading Orgasm the arousal level between orgasms don’t drop too much. If you ‘graph it’ the arousal level stays high with all these ‘little’ orgasmic peaks spiking up. With more traditional multiorgasms you get much more of the peaks-and-valleys — the peaks spaced much further apart.
Anywho, a SINGLE female approaching a minute in duration is called, officially, a STATUS ORGASMUS. Honest. I don’t make this stuff up. Actually I talked about Status Orgasmus, at length, as #27 in my “Orgasms: 101 Facts & Trivia” book. Here is a small snippet. You can get a FREE Preview at Amazon — plus the eBook is kind of affordable at 99 cents.
So I found this story, published on June 12, 2015, on the masturbation-specific site “Solo Touch” fascinating. One minute, 20 seconds. 80 seconds. IF that was a SINGLE orgasm that would be a record. BRAVO.
Why just for a MONTH? You would, whether female or male, strive to AVERAGE an orgasm a day for every day of your adult life. Period. Orgasm every day just for a month? What nonsense. That is for sissies NOT for real women or real men.
Take the pledge.
BUT not for a month, but for the REST of your life.
I have talked about this so many times. An orgasm a day is SO good for you. Check out this post, from May 2015, which talks about how in the case of men, an orgasm a day, really will reduce your prostate cancer risks.
I even made you folks a table as to what you need to do to achieve your ORGASM A DAY LIFETIME AVERAGE.
Here is the meaningless BUSTLE pledge.
You PLEDGE with ME — FOR LIFE, not for a MONTH. OK?
“National Orgasm Day” and all of the other orgasm-related holiday are talked about in item #2 (of 101) in the “Orgasms: 101 Facts & Trivia Book” — 99 cents from Amazon. Preview it for FREE at Amazon using the ‘Look Inside‘ capability.