Last time, we discussed masturbation. For whatever reason, the female orgasm seems to have taken on an almost mythical quality in our society. Your labia also get puffier and darker, and your uterus tilts. When it happens, your brain releases the feel-good chemicals dopamine and oxytocin. Fun fact: Dopamine is also a natural pain reliever. The result?
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I thought everyone already knew this, thanks to awkward conversations in health class and the movie Road Trip. The unnamed man was healthy, with a normal prostate and high sex drive. He purchased an Aneros helix, a fancy butt plug, to massage his tender prostate after an infection. He felt them everywhere—his penis, his anus, his pelvis, and his perineum the place between the anus and the scrotum. The man needed to wear a condom in order to catch any of the semen that came out when he finished, reports the researcher. And soon, he was able to rewire his brain so that laying flat and putting on the condom was enough to get him off, no butt plug required.
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You're feeling great. You're enjoying sex, just as you always do: the closeness, the give and take, the heat. But now you'd like to finish — and it ain't happenin'. You step up the rhythm. What's going on?