Very clever as you would expect from LELO who does NOT miss a trick.
“Beyond the Wave” — LELO markets a range of sex toys with WAVE in its name, e.g., MONA Wave.
Click here to access LELO’s original in full.
LELO, indubitably, is an important player in the world of orgasms — whether female or male. As such it should not come as a surprise that LELO is mentioned often in this blog’s accompanying book “Orgasms: 101 Facts & Trivia“.
Why just for a MONTH? You would, whether female or male, strive to AVERAGE an orgasm a day for every day of your adult life. Period. Orgasm every day just for a month? What nonsense. That is for sissies NOT for real women or real men.
Take the pledge.
BUT not for a month, but for the REST of your life.
Here is what I say in terms of my 5 orgasm precepts in my new book “Orgasms: 101 Facts & Trivia“.
I have talked about this so many times. An orgasm a day is SO good for you. Check out this post, from May 2015, which talks about how in the case of men, an orgasm a day, really will reduce your prostate cancer risks.
I even made you folks a table as to what you need to do to achieve your ORGASM A DAY LIFETIME AVERAGE.
Here is the meaningless BUSTLE pledge.
You PLEDGE with ME — FOR LIFE, not for a MONTH. OK?
Anura Guruge is the author of “Orgasms: 101 Facts & Trivia” — a book which actually talks about the DOWNSIDES of Viagra, and other ED treatment pills, when it comes to providing orgasmic satisfaction. Just getting an erection is no guarantee of an orgasm (and past performance is no guarantee of future performance).
The NEW so called PINK “Female Viagra“, Sildenafil, by Sprout Pharmaceuticals, actually sets out to do what Viagra and the other ED tablets DO NOT. It sets out create arousal.
Yes, there is a connection — as with hiccups — though IF you buy into the myth that a sneeze, however powerful, is like an orgasm I really feel bad for you and urge you to seek urgent help on this matter.
It is, of course, yet another topic covered in this blog’s companion book, “Orgasms: 101 Facts & Trivia” in this instance in Item #100 (of the 101). I actually held it back to make it #100 because I thought that #100 should be something special. Here is a snippet BUT you can check it out using the FREE preview available with Amazon’s “Look Inside”.
I can also assure you that no amount of sneezing, whether it up to some magical, mystical figure, will induce an orgasm in a female or a male.
It was this story that I saw earlier this morning in “Business Insider Australia” that brought all of this to an head — so to speak.
The book also, as you would expect, actually talks about the length of the male orgasm in terms of actual numbers in seconds. BUT, so as not to spoil the fun I ‘blanked’ them out. You can now have a guess. A hint, 60 seconds would be on the high side, and 2 seconds way too fleeting. SMILE.
For many, females to the fore, the Gräfenberg spot (G-spot), without doubt, is the Holy Grail of the female orgasm. As such any and all scientific findings pertaining to the G-spot has tremendous and immediate bearing on the understanding and appreciation of the female orgasm.
This article, in the April 2015 issue of ‘Clinical Anatomy’, is the latest published work on this matter. So here is the Abstract …
“Orgasms: 101 Facts & Trivia“, the adjunct to this blog, OBVIOUSLY, has many references to the G-spot including how it came to be. That is item #24 of the 101 items. Here is the Index entry from the book for ‘G-spot’. So as you can see it gets talked about a lot. You can check it out for FREE, using Amazon’s “Look Inside”, by visiting Amazon.
“Orgasms: 101 Facts & Trivia“, by Anura Guruge, is a companion adjunct to this blog. It was originally published as a 99 cent Kindle eBook in April 2015. Now a U.S. $7.25 paperback version, with some illustrations, is available, worldwide, from Amazon.
You should definitely check this book out. It is a compendium of matters orgasmic.
This book details over 101 separate, diverse, self-contained true facts about human orgasms. They are divided into five categories: Hers, His, ‘Fancy That’, In the Media and ‘Basking in the Afterglow’. Though the book is meant to be an entertaining and educational celebration of all things orgasmic, it could also be viewed as a ‘Believe It Or Not’ or a ‘Well I Never’ guide to orgasms. Would you, for example, be willing to believe that women who have ‘vaginal orgasms’ walk differently to those that have ‘clitoral orgasms’? Well check item #92 of the book. Have you ever heard of the connection between Poughkeepsie (in New York State) and orgasms? That is #74. Any idea how many people around the world are orgasming, right now, while you are reading this? That is covered in #10.