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or·gas·mic

, orgastic (ōr-gaz'mik, -gas'tik),
Relating to, characteristic of, or tending to produce an orgasm.

or·gas·mic

, orgastic (ōr-gaz'mik, -tik)
Relating to, characteristic of, or tending to produce an orgasm.
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So I was delighted to discover Sarah Barmak and Elizabeth Hall, both of whom offer thought-provoking books that unapologetically explore a full range of clitoral and orgasmic mysteries.
But the woman, who has had nightmares ever since, said: "He said, 'I'm going to say a word and it will make you feel orgasmic'.
The orgasmic sensations were "mainly felt in the left foot...
Drawing on her recent presentation at South by Southwest (American's premier Ideas and Technology festival), she will discuss the imperative of developing our capacity for empathy and how the practice of Orgasmic Meditation can do just that.
It was also reasoned that if women exposed to clitoral-self stimulation reported more instances of this behaviour than women in the remaining conditions, they might also be more likely to report higher orgasmic consistency and, for some women, improved sexual satisfaction.
"She began with a high-pitch orgasmic shriek, turned red and increased the volume.
Keep an eye out for our article on orgasmic pregnancy with sexpert co-authors DANIELLE CAVALLUCCI and YVONNE FULBRIGHT, M.S.
The next spread shows yet another orgasmic woman and after that a full page photo of two faceless interlocking nude bodies (one female, the other undetermined).
After analysis by two professors of sexology and their research assistants, higher measures of stride length and vertebral rotation correlated with self-reported (via questionnaires) vaginally orgasmic women more than 80% of the time.
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition (DSM-IV) conceptualizes sexual disorders as "disturbances in the processes that characterize the sexual response cycle or by pain associated with sexual intercourse" and includes: (1) sexual desire disorders, (2) sexual arousal disorders, (3) orgasmic disorders, and (4) sexual pain disorders, which include dyspareunia, vaginismus, and noncoital sexual pain.
It is described as "one woman's orgasmic, cosmological tale through time", and workshops accompany it to explore its themes.
The tantalising creation, described as "sexy" and "orgasmic", by the judges, led to Glynn being awarded 10 out of 10, the highest score of the programme, by all three members of the panel.