Ladies, do you find the image below stimulating?
Based on the research of Professor Meredith Chivers at Queens University in Kingston, your mind may have found bonobo sex somewhat off-putting, but your body had an entirely different response. If you are a heterosexual woman there is a very good chance that at this moment you are turned on. If you are a lesbian you are also turned on but perhaps not quite as much. Heterosexual women are turned on by depictions of heterosexual sex, male and female masturbation, gay sex, lesbian sex and bonobo sex, yet in Professor Chivers’ studies they would only admit to arousal from depictions of heterosexual encounters.
Using a vaginal photoplethysmograph that measures changes in blood flow to the vagina, Professor Chivers determined that women’s mental arousal and physical arousal were often at odds, but men’s minds and bodies were entirely in sync. What you’d expect to turn on a straight guy or gay guy turns them on both mentally and physically.
So what’s going on? Are heterosexual women omnisexual? Here at the ODS Foundation we would like to think so because if everything turns women on, all women have to do to increase the world’s supply of orgasms is start paying closer attention to sexual stimuli in the environment and how their bodies are reacting.
The ODS Foundation is attempting to find a supplier of vaginal photoplethysmographs that would enable women to monitor their arousal throughout the day. If we could find a reliable supplier, we could then mass market photoplethysmographs at WalMart next to the Durex vibrating bullet.
In case you were wondering, here is what a vaginal photoplethysmograph looks like:
Such a device would give women what men already have in their penis: a real-time measure of arousal. Unfortunately they would have to sit perfectly still and monitor their vaginal pulse amplitude on their laptop.
Surely some enterprising company can design a feminine tracking device that would monitor arousal and send orgasmic alerts to your phone…
YOUR LADY BITS ARE ENGORGED. SEEK ORGASM IMMEDIATELY!
Even if you don’t have a vaginal photoplethysmograph or clitbit there is something you can do to train yourself to notice signs of physical arousal. Doing a daily body scan meditation will open up the mind-body channel and attune you to the gentle throbs of excitement as they occur.
You can find an excellent body scan that takes less than 10 minutes here.
Have a throbbing day!
The ODS Foundation