Fake Orgasms: Know What To Do To Avoid Them


Professor Gert Holstege at the University of Groningen conducted a brain scan experiment with heterosexual couples aged 19-49.


The scans showed very interesting differences between the male and female orgasm.


One half of the couple was asked to lie down, with their head inside a scanner, while their partner stimulated them manually to achieve orgasm.


To help set the mood, the lighting was dimmed and any noisy distractions were shut off. The couples then switched positions and the experiment was repeated.


The women were also asked to fake an orgasm so that the scan results could be compared with those taken during their genuine orgasms.


There were big differences..


The scans found that when a woman is faking an orgasm, a part of the brain under conscious control lights up, while real orgasms occur subconsciously.



Professor Holstege said: “Women can imitate orgasm quite well.”


Regarding real orgasm, he said: “What we see is an extreme deactivation of large portions of the brain and especially the emotional parts involved with fear.”


If you look at the women who faked orgasm intentionally you see the motor cortex - the conscious part of the brain - is activated.



This means the movements that we make in real orgasm are not conscious.


“And if you are fearful, it is very hard to have sex. It's very hard to let go.”

This is extremely useful for men to know.




When you want to make love to a woman, you must give her the feeling of being protected.


Men however, need to know they will be physically stimulated.


In comparison, the scan results suggested that for men knowing that they would be physically stimulated was important because areas of the brain involved in interpreting touch were highly activated during the experiment.



Read more about Female Orgasms HERE

26 July 2022 ← Previous Post Next Post →

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