On August 8, the world celebrated "Female Orgasm Day". Well, not so much celebrated as observed in passing and not so much by the world as by a handful of equality enthusiasts who keep a sharp eye on the orgasm-gap. Pornhub, surprisingly, has been at the forefront of celebrating the "Female Orgasm Day" with a new campaign that aims at highlighting the orgasm gap. Wondering what that is?
A brain orgasm, or ASMR , which is technically called autonomous sensory meridian response, refers to a recently defined sensory experience some people have in response to specific stimuli. Other terms for ASMR are "brain tingles" and "head orgasm. A calming array of stimuli may induce the experience, such as videos of gentle whispering, close attention, or seemingly mundane things, tasks, or activities like brushing hair, getting an eye exam, eating, or filing papers. Triggering sounds include chewing, tapping, scratching, crinkling, or electronic noises. The brain orgasm sensation can be triggered in the real world but is often sought out intentionally online. Since the phenomenon was first named in , the concept of ASMR or brain orgasm has blown up on social media, with the world now seemingly separated into those that experience and seek out the sensation and those that do not. The term for this experience, autonomous sensory meridian response, is credited to Jennifer Allen, who coined it in
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I'm going to show you a couple of images from a very diverting paper in The Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine. I'm going to go way out on a limb and say that it is the most diverting paper ever published in The Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine. The title is "Observations of In-Utero Masturbation. Now on the left you can see the hand — that's the big arrow — and the penis on the right. The hand hovering.