National Orgasm Day is a festival that celebrates sexual climax and raises awareness of issues around sexual climax. National Orgasm Day is a festival that celebrates sexual climax and raises awareness of issues around sexual climax. Here are a few more interesting facts about this important holiday. National Orgasm Day is a holiday that celebrates sexual climax and raises awareness about issues surrounding sexual climax.
A coregasm – also known as an EIO (exercise-induced orgasm) – is an orgasm that is triggered by physical activity and usually focuses on the abdominal muscles. It’s often said that “an orgasm a day keeps the doctor away” because the big O is associated with amazing physical and psychological benefits. To help you celebrate, below are some of my favourite facts and tips about orgasm from my book Becoming Cliterate, which research shows improves women’s orgasm rates, sexual arousal, sexual satisfaction, sexual communication and body image. ESR is a type of orgasm experienced only by some women who are able to have multiple, longer and more intense orgasms that can also produce flashes of light and colour in their vision, out-of-body experiences and earthquake sensations.
But if there is one day to have an orgasm, it is 31 July, also known as National Orgasm Day.