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We already have had “Polegasms“. Now there is a touching story in “Solotouch” about male “Peegasms” that starts off with a reference to a ‘rod’. [See the possible connection with a “polegasm”!] The term is pretty self-explanatory.
Quite a few women are probably familiar with “peegasms”. The mechanics are different and women probably have known how to exploit a full bladder for orgasmic gain from time immemorial. This story is different. It is a male “peegasm”.
This is a very important fact that most people never give much thought to. Most of us, at least 99% of all of us around the World, would NOT be here if not for a MALE ORGASM! [Semen harvesting, outside of an orgasm, for artificial insemination is still rare.] So bow your head, on Father’s Day, for a second to orgasms — the LIFE FORCE that got 99% of us here.
Yes, it is International Day of Yoga too.
Anura Guruge is the author of “Orgasms: 101 Facts & Trivia” — a book which actually talks about the DOWNSIDES of Viagra, and other ED treatment pills, when it comes to providing orgasmic satisfaction. Just getting an erection is no guarantee of an orgasm (and past performance is no guarantee of future performance).
The NEW so called PINK “Female Viagra“, Sildenafil, by Sprout Pharmaceuticals, actually sets out to do what Viagra and the other ED tablets DO NOT. It sets out create arousal.
Yes, there is a connection — as with hiccups — though IF you buy into the myth that a sneeze, however powerful, is like an orgasm I really feel bad for you and urge you to seek urgent help on this matter.
It is, of course, yet another topic covered in this blog’s companion book, “Orgasms: 101 Facts & Trivia” in this instance in Item #100 (of the 101). I actually held it back to make it #100 because I thought that #100 should be something special. Here is a snippet BUT you can check it out using the FREE preview available with Amazon’s “Look Inside”.
I can also assure you that no amount of sneezing, whether it up to some magical, mystical figure, will induce an orgasm in a female or a male.
It was this story that I saw earlier this morning in “Business Insider Australia” that brought all of this to an head — so to speak.
The book also, as you would expect, actually talks about the length of the male orgasm in terms of actual numbers in seconds. BUT, so as not to spoil the fun I ‘blanked’ them out. You can now have a guess. A hint, 60 seconds would be on the high side, and 2 seconds way too fleeting. SMILE.
Testosterone helps both males and females in achieving orgasms. This is why Trimel is busily working on Tefina a testosterone nasal gel to facilitate female orgasms.
This supplement, Force Factor Test X1800 Ignite, at GNC is explicitly targeted at men. I am not sure whether women can take it or whether testosterone in this form, i.e., capsules, work on women. I am sure GNC, which has an online chat, can answer that.
I talk about the role of testosterone vis-à-vis both female and male orgasms in my “Orgasms: 101 Facts & Trivia” book.