How Your Brain Is Hindering Your Orgasm


How Your Brain Is Hindering Your Orgasm
Orgasms don’t just happen in the sexual organs, they originate in the brain.

Safety lures the hypothalamus out to play. What makes you feel safe? Explore a variety of options. You may be surprised at what you respond to. I have never felt safer than when a trusted lover tied me to the bed with velvet ribbons. It was a one-time occurrence, but the ribbons are still tied on my bed, and the sight of them never fails to arouse me.

Be sure to join me for more cunning comments and a few penetrating penile insights as well in the coming days. Next: Some of the many easy ways to alter our minds and change our moods: alcohol, herbs, meditation , and more.


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