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Largest sexual organ in human body
Often when we talk about the risks of sex, we focus on the physical risks such as pregnancy and STDs sexually transmitted diseases. Other times we talk about the emotional risks involved with sex, but we rarely discuss the psychological consequences, or how sex affects your brain. Advances in neuroscience have made it possible to study how the brain is active and even how it is altered by sexual activity. During sex there are three prominent neurochemicals that are involved and each has a significant affect on your brain.
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Your most powerful sexual organ is not down there, but between your ears
Your Brain is Your Largest Sex Organ
Researchers attempt to distill the science of dirty talk, submissive sexual activity, and the overall nature of arousal. When we think of sex organs, our minds veer toward the naughty parts between our legs. But our minds should be veering to, well, our minds. The real catalyst for sexual activity is the brain — specific parts of the brain — not genitalia. That's why sexually driven language — dirty talk — is so arousing. When partners talk dirty to each other, they're stroking the right organs. A wealth of scientific research establishes the brain's primary role in sexual activity.
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The biggest sex organ? Your brain
For almost a decade, researchers at Pfizer Inc. Countless tests on thousands of women made it clear that the little blue pill, though able to stir arousal, did not always evoke sexual desire. Viagra's failure underscored the obvious: When it comes to sexuality, men and women to some extent are differently tuned.
If you really want to knock it out of the park, sexually speaking, allow me to offer a little insight. Here are five things women wish men knew about their pleasure While your genitals are pretty much running the show from the first suggestion of sexual activity, your partner needs a little more stimulation above the belt to get her there. That is where the action should start. Words are aphrodisiacs for many women, especially when those words are chock full of affirmations that fill her need to feel sexy and desired.