Life has sucked up my time allocated to the Internet. My web site has become woefully out-of-date, my blog is weeks behind, and my email box is overflowing with unread emails. But I’m struggling to get caught up. Tonight, I selected the last item — the easiest of the bunch — and stumbled upon a link to a June 22nd article from the Sydney Herald that I’d emailed myself. So forgive me if this is old news to most of you, but I just had to share …
From I’ll have what she’s having, I gleaned a lot of interesting tidbits that I may be able to put to use in my next book. Namely:
- Job opportunities abound for “orgasm theorists,” as they appear to be under-represented.
- Poor diet, too much caffeine, and not enough fish oil may be to blame for my inability to have 52 vaginal orgasms in one session.
- For the first time ever, there is now an accurate map of the clitoris.
- News Flash: Researchers now believe that women can have a physical arousal and psychological arousal but they are two quite different processes. [Astonishing! I did not know that.]
- Women coming up today are used to having orgasms and decent sex, unlike “older” women. [Wow. Guess I just imagined having orgasms and great sex.]
Okay. I’m being a bit sarcastic here. But despite the article’s eye-rolling paragraphs, there are quite a few that I found interesting (and I do think diet impacts all areas of life) and I am happy to see attention — and dollars — being spent on studying women’s orgasm. What are your thoughts?