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Winky And The Brain

Meg Ryan Orgasm When Harry Met SallyI cannot speak for the rest of my male readers, but the female body is as foreign to me as sign language. In my 45 years, I don’t believe I have ever given a woman an orgasm. Ever. Not once.

I don’t blame the women because, well, look at me. I am not exactly what women would call “bangable.” That said, according to a new study, my subpar performance and ghastly appearance may only be part of the problem.

Women who struggled to orgasm had less erotic thoughts and were focusing less on their body’s sensations during intercourse than those who regularly orgasmed. This was despite both groups of women having the same level of erotic thoughts when self-stimulating without their partner.

The level to which this ability to focus the mind affected sexual performance was much higher than expected said study author Pascal De Sutter.

There also seems to be a sort of sexual learning curve when it comes to the ability to reach orgasm, with older women reporting far less difficulty than their younger counterparts.

That must be why my older female readers are always horny… The title of the article is “Forget foreplay, the MIND is the key to female orgasms and women should try to have more erotic thoughts, says research.” To be honest, all I read was “Forget foreplay.” Way ahead of ya, brah!

Hmm, maybe that’s why it’s always been easier for a woman to pull a locomotive with her teeth than it is for her to finish with me?

Down The Gopher Hole

Meg Ryan Orgasm When Harry Met Sally

At the University of Minnesota – home of the Golden Gophers – students can now take Sploosh 101.

The University of Minnesota is spending $3,400 to host a symposium specifically designed to help its female undergraduate students achieve bigger, better and more orgasms.

“Orgasm aficionados and beginners of all genders are welcome to come learn about everything from multiple orgasms to that mysterious G-spot,” reads the description posted on the school’s official events calendar.

A university spokeswoman, Patricia Mattern, suggested there is no age requirement in an e-mail statement to Campus Reform. The program is costing the university $3,406 and is part of the university’s mission of “research,” she added.

This, my friends, is how the University of Minnesota is spending your child’s tuition money. Well, that and signs for the symposium.