It is something quite intriguing to think about. ‘We’, meaning us as a mammalian species, did NOT have orgasms, male or female, to begin with. Way, way back all reproduction was asexual. Then somehow ‘sex’, as in two partners coming together to exchange DNA, came to be — though it is fairly clear that ‘orgasms’ per se could not have been there at first, since the mechanism for orgasming is a fairly complex process.
If you think about it, even for a second, it should become clear that we have absolutely no way of finding out as to when orgasms came to be in terms of sex. All we know is that it happened a long time ago.
Striving to maintain a lifetime average of an orgasm a day is probably the best resolution you can make in life. An orgmas a day will keep you healthy in mind and body, put a lilt to your step and a smile on your face. There is no downside for it. So join the club. More details in the coming days as “National Orgasm Day” gets closer and closer.
Get into the swing of things on Friday, July 31, 2015, “National Orgasm Day“, around the World, by getting a FREE download of the “Orgasms: 101 Facts & Trivia” eBook — for 24 hours.
It is a shame that it goes uncelebrated by so many. So this year we will come up with ways so that as many folks can savor and enjoy a memorable “National Orgasm Day“. Just reading about orgasmic scenes in movies, good and bad, just doesn’t cut it.
This is a very important fact that most people never give much thought to. Most of us, at least 99% of all of us around the World, would NOT be here if not for a MALE ORGASM! [Semen harvesting, outside of an orgasm, for artificial insemination is still rare.] So bow your head, on Father’s Day, for a second to orgasms — the LIFE FORCE that got 99% of us here.
It appears that it all has to do with the sacrosanct sacral nerve (in your nether region) and having it electrically stimulated once you are a goner. Your brain will not feel a thing so it is a bit of a waste.