Thursday, September 29, 2011

Orgasm is Not the Goal

I'm not even sure how I stumbled upon this link 'Healing with Sexual Relations'  and really havent' taken enough time to explore it other than to breeze through a few passages from the book mentioned there:

Cupid's Poisoned Arrow: From Habit to Harmony in Sexual Relationships, by Marnia Robinson

Strangely enough, she has done a wealth of research only to find that orgasm should not be the goal.  Imagine that.  Sound familiar gents?  Anyway... yet another book to add to the foray of information that promises to enrich our relationships.

 Another blog with a wealth of information regarding the male orgasm... 

I've got to run but had to share a quick couple items in the Thursday race for the weekend. Cheers.


lovetosubmit said...

I have checked out Marnia's website. She is obviously very passionate about her beliefs, which is respectable. I can get "down" and "grumpy" after an orgasm, and my wife recognizes this too. She likes me horny because I pay a lot more attention to her. It's in our brain chemistry. Well, male brain chemistry. I don't think that she makes this distinction, but my wife doesn't really get down or grumpy when she comes. Another benefit of being female, I suppose!

On the other hand, orgasm is one of life's great pleasures, so why not indulge??? I like orgasms too much to be in a really long term denial situation.

Anonymous said...

han you for taking the trouble to post the links.