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OOutstanding
OOxygen
OOfficer (military)
OOperator (telephone)
OOctal
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OOutdoor
OOrange
OOut (baseball)
OOperations
ONew Orleans, Louisiana (mint mark)
OOscar (aviation letter code)
OOutput
OOffensive (Catholic movie rating)
OOrgasm
OOrtho (Benzene)
OHug(s)
OOperational
OObserver
OOrganizational
OOrder of Magnitude (computer algorithms)
OOxide
OOtis (Redding)
OImmediate (logging abbreviation)
OOdin
oOhm
OOscar Robertson (former NBA player)
OOprah (magazine)
OOuest (French: west)
OOthello
OObservation (US military aircraft designation; as in O-1)
OOrthogonal (mathematics)
OObstacle (course)
ODefensive Team (sports/coaching)
OOmit
OOutliers
OOmikron (German: Omicron; 15th letter of the Greek alphabet)
OOberst (German)
OOver to You (radio communications)
OMorally Offensive (Catholic movie rating)
OOrigin Server (Internet)
OOptional Levels (board test for high schoolers, UK)
OOhne Hauch (antigen)
OOst/Osten (German: East)
OMeasurement of Cloud Cover
OToy train railroad gauge (2 1/4 inch wide, originated in Germany)
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Based on a sampling size of 100 women, 50% orgasm in 60 seconds or less, 80% orgasm between 2-3 minutes, and three-fourths experienced multiple orgasms.
To find out what that liquid is made of, French gynaecologists recruited seven women with known abilities to squirt during orgasm.
Orgasm is more than a lens--it is Orgasmology's defining metaphor.
Limbic Connection: the Future of Social, the new Industry of Orgasm, how to handle a turnedON woman, and more.
The whole brain and all our brain chemicals thrive on orgasms and a particular centre, the hypothalamus - a small area connected to the pituitary gland where pain becomes conscious - is very active during orgasm.
TO really enjoy an orgasm to the max, you have to let go emotionally.
Aberdeen is in fifth place in the UK table for women faking orgasms.
A lot of women need time to recover after a powerful orgasm and enjoy the afterglow.
From the viewpoint of Taoist sexology, orgasm is defined by the pulsation of sexual energy and is not to be confused with ejaculation, which releases seed essence out the "ancestral muscle" or "jade stalk" (penis).
An AARP survey of 745 women over age 45 found that less than a third said they always had an orgasm during intercourse, with slightly more than a third saying they "usually" reached orgasm.
Similarly, while masturbating to orgasm in the presence of another was considered to be having sex by less than 4% of participants, 34% reported that this behaviour was sufficient to consider that persona sexual partner and 95% considered it to be unfaithful.