The 5 Paths To Ecstasy

Ratledge, Ingela
February 2010
Self;Feb2010, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p113
The article presents information on various aspects of orgasm. It discusses women ejaculation. It reports that fantasizing can help transport one from the stresses of everyday life into a more orgasmic mind-set. It offers information on multiple orgasm. Further, it also offers information on the organ clitoris which has sensitive nerve endings.


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