Orgasm - Webinar with Prof Jim Pfaus and Dr Elna Rudolph
Prof Jim Pfaus is an internationally-recognised and award-winning researcher in the neuroscience and psychology of sexual behaviour. He is now based at the Department of Psychology and Life Sciences at Charles University in Prague and with the Czech National Institute of Mental Health in the Czech Republic.
- What is an orgasm exactly?
- How does orgasm differ from "climax" or a sense of release of sexual tension?
- How is orgasm related to sexual desire and arousal?
- How is orgasm related to bonding?
- Some people get headaches or symptoms of illness after orgasm. Why is that?
- How can orgasms be intensified?
- Why does my psychiatric medication take my orgasms away?
- . I constantly feel like I am at the verge of having an orgasm. I am not thinking about sexual or feeling any sexual attraction, but my body just feels super aroused. Having an orgasm, takes it a way for a while, but it comes back shortly after again and with the smallest trigger, like driving!
- Why do women have multiple orgasms and men can only have one?
- I can easily have an orgasm when I am on my own and using a vibrator, but find it very difficult to orgasm with my partner. Why is that?
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