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Orgasm, a climax of sexual pleasure and release of sexual tension, is one of the most intense physical experiences known to humans. It is a physiological response to sexual stimulation that involves rhythmic contractions of the genital muscles, accompanied by feelings of intense pleasure and euphoria.

During orgasm, both men and women experience a series of involuntary muscular contractions in the pelvic region that can last anywhere from a few seconds to a full minute. These contractions are often accompanied by a feeling of warmth and pleasure that spreads throughout the body, and can be so intense that they are sometimes described as a "wave" or "surge" of pleasure.

For men, orgasm is typically accompanied by ejaculation, the release of semen from the penis. For women, however, there is no equivalent release of fluid, although some women do experience a release of clear fluid from the urethra during orgasm.

The physical and emotional sensations of orgasm can vary widely from person to person, and can be influenced by factors such as age, gender, sexual orientation, and personal preference. Some people may experience multiple orgasms in a single sexual session, while others may find that orgasm is difficult to achieve.

Despite its intense physical nature, orgasm remains a somewhat mysterious and elusive phenomenon, with many aspects of its physiological and psychological workings still not fully understood. However, it remains one of the most sought-after and cherished experiences in human sexuality, and a topic of endless fascination and study.

Categories: Arousal | Intercourse

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