Three theories explore why women who use cannabis regularly are twice as likely to orgasm

The Orgasm Project's abstract titled, Three Theories Explore Why Women Who Use Cannabis Regularly are Twice as Likely to Orgasm, was accepted to present at the Cannabis Clinical Outcomes Research Conference, May 19-20, in Orlando, Florida. The research will be presented by Suzanne Mulvehill, Clinical Sexologist and Executive Director of The Orgasm Project and Dr.

Female Orgasm Research Online Library: Integrating Science into the Mainstream

The Orgasm Project created an online female orgasm research library to offer one portal of female orgasm research, books and media. We will continue to build our online female orgasm research library. As The Orgasm Project's Executive Director, I read more than 900 female orgasm research papers, books and media articles for my dissertation and

Dr. Osmo Kontula joins The Orgasm Project’s Board of Directors

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Osmo Kontula has joined The Orgasm Project's Board of Directors. Dr. Kontula is one of the leading female orgasm researchers. For more than 30 years, Dr. Kontula has served as a research professor specializing in sexology and sexual science and is the author of numerous books, journal articles

By |2022-04-12T14:22:10+00:00April 12th, 2022|Female Orgasm, Female Orgasm Research|

The 6 Declarations on Sexual Pleasure by the World Association for Sexual Health

The World Association for Sexual Health created the Declaration on Sexual Pleasure affirming that sexual pleasure is a fundamental part of sexual health, sexual well-being and sexual rights. This post will first define sexual pleasure and then list the 6 declarations on sexual pleasure by the World Association on Sexual Health. Sexual Pleasure Defined Sexual

By |2022-04-08T09:44:38+00:00April 8th, 2022|Pleasure, Sex, Sexual Pleasure|

Normalizing and destigmatizing female sexual dysfunction

A highlight of this article is extrapolated below: What is the urologist’s role in destigmatizing female sexual dysfunction? Treat female sexual dysfunction the same way you treat and approach male sexual dysfunction. Make it a priority and ask questions. The same way we ask men, "How's your erection?" you can ask women, "How is your

Women’s Orgasm: Why they are so fascinating

Recent research reveals some unique qualities of female orgasm. Researchers looked at past studies and reports of men and women who experienced peri-orgasmic phenomena, defined as an unusual physical or psychological symptom experienced in response to orgasm. They unearthed reports of people crying, hallucinating, getting headaches and even experiencing orgasmic sensations in one foot. The

By |2022-03-23T10:19:40+00:00March 23rd, 2022|Female Orgasm|

Three Reasons Why Meditation Helps Women Orgasm

Studies show that women who meditate are more likely to report experiencing orgasm than women who do not (Dascalu & Brotto, 2017).  This is a significant finding as it means that meditation can be a pathway to female orgasm and can help women answer the question, "why can't I orgasm?" The body of research shows

Cannabis Medicine, Trauma and Female Orgasmic Disorder

This article highlights some key facts about where trauma is stored in the body, what the effects of trauma are in the body and how cannabis medicine can facilitate trauma's healing with skillful intentional use. The entire article is a good read. It is copied below. Psychedelic Cannabis: Using the Plant for Healing Trauma MAY

10 Characteristics of Women with Expanded Sexual Response

Below are 10 characteristics of women who experience what is known as Expanded Sexual Response (ESR). Expanded sexual response is defined as being able to attain long lasting and/or prolonged and/or multiple and/or sustained and/or status orgasmus that last longer and are more intense than the classical orgasm patterns defined in the literature. The research

“Think” your way to Orgasm

Studies show that women can "think" their way to orgasm. In other words, have 'mental' orgasms without touching their genitals.  The physiological responses of blood pressure, heart rate, and the dilation of the pupils as well as the insensitivity to pain during orgasm were measured in women who think their way to orgasm.  The results

By |2020-12-27T13:35:54+00:00December 27th, 2020|Female Orgasm, Female Orgasm, Orgasm|
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