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The above from the $0.99 ebook “Orgasms: 101 Facts & Trivia“, by Anura Guruge, published in May 2015.
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.
This article from ‘Discover Magazine‘ says it all:
But this is something I would like you to think about.
It isn’t something we should take for granted.
There was a time when there was no orgasms. Then, through the magic of evolution, it came to be.
Very clever as you would expect from LELO who does NOT miss a trick.
“Beyond the Wave” — LELO markets a range of sex toys with WAVE in its name, e.g., MONA Wave.
Click here to access LELO’s original in full.
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“.
A multiorgasmic female is a wonderful thing. A multiorgasmic female can make a man feel 10 feet tall. It is a very uplifting and fulfilling experience for both parties (even if the multiples are achieved via masturbation as opposed to sex).
According to sex research pioneers Kinsey etc., c. 1960, multiple orgasms in women was considered irrefutably real. It was even estimated that around 14% of U.S. females should be multiorgasmic based on surveys.
At the 2009 Copenhagen ‘Masturbate-a-thon‘ LADY MONSTER had 222 orgasms!
So here is the BUSTLE article, for women, on how to have multiple orgasms.
Female wet dreams are indeed talked about in the 99 cent book “Orgasms: 101 Facts & Trivia“. It happens to be #38 of the 101.