Not since the breakthrough research by Kinsey half a century ago has science devoted much attention to studying the ins and outs of sex. But there are smaller studies that examine the neurobiology of sex, which is a good thing, because I'm all about learning scientific ways to guarantee an orgasm. The more people can comprehend that sex has everything to do with brain function and physiological manifestations of desire, the easier it will be for sex to lose its Puritanical and outdated stigma.
With the risk of sounding like a George Michael song,sex is natural. It's chemical, habitual, and logical. Still, according to Alternet, many neurobiologists are afraid of being branded as perverts for studying sex. The fearless, however, have gone forth to break down the neurobiology of what happens during sex, and its most pleasant, er, outcome, the human orgasm. Anjan Chatterjee published The Aesthetic Brain using neuroscience to investigate desire. In this book, Chatterjee investigates sex from an evolutionary psychological view, and concludes that sex floods the brain with rewards, like your orgasm.
In other words, because sex feels good, people want to do it. But because the female orgasm is elusive; one third of women have trouble climaxing, according to Woman's Day, it might be useful to examine the science behind your orgasm. By learning about the following brain functions, I can guarantee you'll get off, again and again.