女子 アナ パンチラ 画像。 Mary Roach: 10 things you didn't know about orgasm

Now this is somebody who is brain-dead, legally dead, definitely checked out, but is being kept alive on a respirator, so that their organs will be oxygenated for transplantation. Orgasm is a reflex of the autonomic nervous system. And she went to a neurologist, who was fascinated. So I interviewed her in Oakland, in a sushi restaurant. She was part of a study at Rutgers University. Sometimes quite freshly floral, and then again sometimes extremely pungent. Married, single, unattached hiccupper. And over here we have, in the words of radiologist Israel Meisner, "The hand grasping the penis in a fashion resembling masturbation movements. People with spinal cord injuries, like paraplegias, quadriplegias, will often develop a very, very sensitive area right above the level of their injury, wherever that is. And if you trigger, if you stimulate with an electrode, the precise spot, you will trigger an orgasm. Now, this is the part of the nervous system that deals with the things that we don't consciously control, like digestion, heart rate and sexual arousal. And I said, "So, could you do it right here? And the orgasm reflex can be triggered by a surprisingly broad range of input. When I was working on the book, I interviewed a woman who can think herself to orgasm. He tried everything his friends suggested. In the 1900s, early 1900s, a lot of gynecologists believed that when a woman has an orgasm, the contractions serve to suck the semen up through the cervix and sort of deliver it really quickly to the egg, thereby upping the odds of conception. I'm going to show you a couple of images from a very diverting paper in The Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine. Now on the left you can see the hand — that's the big arrow — and the penis on the right. Something in the complex sensory-motor action of brushing her teeth was triggering orgasm. And the amazing thing to me is that you would think this woman would have excellent oral hygiene. The headquarters for orgasm, along the spinal nerve, is something called the sacral nerve root, which is back here. He checked to see if it was something in the toothpaste, but no — it happened with any brand. I'm going to go way out on a limb and say that it is the most diverting paper ever published in The Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine. There is a reflex called the Lazarus reflex. There is such a thing as a knee orgasm in the literature. The title is "Observations of In-Utero Masturbation. This is a guy writing a book, "Ideal Marriage," you know. In 1999, in the state of Israel, a man began hiccupping. But also, Kinsey interviewed a woman who could be brought to orgasm by having someone stroke her eyebrow. It was called the "upsuck" theory. They stimulated her gums with a toothpick, to see if that was doing it. And this was one of those cases that went on and on. Now in one of these brain-dead people, if you trigger the right spot, you will see something every now and then. It was the whole, you know, motion. And lo and behold, the hiccups went away. Very unsettling for people working in pathology labs. And it is a fact that you can trigger spinal reflexes in dead people — a certain kind of dead person, a beating-heart cadaver. But he wrote in this book, "Ideal Marriage" — he said that he could differentiate between the semen of a young man, which he said had a fresh, exhilarating smell, and the semen of mature men, whose semen smelled, quote, "Remarkably like that of the flowers of the Spanish chestnut. And this is — I'll demonstrate as best I can, not being dead. He told his doctor, who published a case report in a Canadian medical journal under the title, "Sexual Intercourse as a Potential Treatment for Intractable Hiccups. At a certain point, the man, still hiccupping, had sex with his wife.
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