Orgasm Device Awaits FDA Approval

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The Orgasmatron's inventor thinks it could be on shelves in a couple years.

We bumped into an article on Gizmodo and honestly have no idea if it’s a real product or not. But evidently, someone, somewhere is going to eventually sell a thing called an Orgasmatron. This device is purported to deliver premo quality orgasms with little fuss. It consists of a box, a remote, and just some wires that attach to your spine. The device’s inventor, Mr. Stuart Meloy, is pretty psyched. Women report intense orgasms and apparently 2 dudes were able to correct their impotence with this thingamajiggy. So, if you’re not able to finish yourself off, have $12,000, can wait 2-3 years for the clinic trials, and don’t mind the spine to electrode connection. (Though we read recently that the Vagus Nerve and not the spine sends sex signals). It’s about time that someone is figuring out a safe way to do this because, honestly, who among us hasn’t sought that little extra edge by connecting electrical leads to our genitals? Fine, be that way. This just goes back to our theory that 95% of science is dedicated to sex. We still have a suspicion that this thing was cooked up as a spoof by Trey Parker and Matt Stone (South Park). Read more about the Orgasmatron at Gizmodo

We bumped into an article on Gizmodo and honestly have no idea if it’s a real product or not. But evidently, someone, somewhere is going to eventually sell a thing called an Orgasmatron. This device is purported to deliver premo quality orgasms with little fuss. It consists of a box, a remote, and just some wires that attach to your spine.

The device’s inventor, Mr. Stuart Meloy, is pretty psyched. Women report intense orgasms and apparently 2 dudes were able to correct their impotence with this thingamajiggy.

So, if you’re not able to finish yourself off, have $12,000, can wait 2-3 years for the clinic trials, and don’t mind the spine to electrode connection. (Though we read recently that the Vagus Nerve and not the spine sends sex signals). It’s about time that someone is figuring out a safe way to do this because, honestly, who among us hasn’t sought that little extra edge by connecting electrical leads to our genitals? Fine, be that way. This just goes back to our theory that 95% of science is dedicated to sex. We still have a suspicion that this thing was cooked up as a spoof by Trey Parker and Matt Stone (South Park).

Read more about the Orgasmatron at Gizmodo

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