Read More If you want to do a scientific study of sexual function (in this case, how orgasm changes genital sensitivity), it’s usually necessary to perform it under carefully controlled conditions.
So how do you do that in the context of studying female orgasms? “INTRODUCTION: The effect of sexual arousal and orgasm on genital sensitivity has received little research attention, and no study has assessed sensation pleasurableness as well as painfulness. In this study, the (Italian) scientists set out to answer these questions using (what else? Don’t worry, the authors assure us that they died of “natural causes”…Burial of piglet carcasses in cement: a study of macroscopic and microscopic alterations on an animal model.
“In five studies, we explored whether power increases moral hypocrisy (i.e., imposing strict moral standards on other people but practicing less strict moral behavior oneself). Are you actually going to be bad at your job, or should you just suck it up and go to work?
In Experiment 1, compared with the powerless, the powerful condemned other people’s cheating more, but also cheated more themselves. Well, these scientists got 13 volunteers to go home, get wasted, and come back the next day to see if they performed as terribly as they felt. The effects of self-administered alcohol-induced ‘hangover’ in a naturalistic setting on psychomotor and cognitive performance and subjective state.
AIM: To clarify the relationship between sexual arousal, orgasm, and sensitivity in a healthy female sample. “Scarce experimental data exist describing postmortem effects of burial in cement.