Non genital sexual climaxes
вЂNon genital orgasmвЂ™ just isn’t an oxymoron. Stimulation of pelvic organs e.g. clitoris, vagina, cervix, uterus, anal area, anus, prostate and penis, are reported to make sensations that are orgasmic. Orgasm elicited from genital stimulation was described as вЂdeep, heavingвЂ™, orgasm; from cervical stimulation as being a вЂshower of movie starsвЂ™; from clitoral stimulation as more limited to the clitoral region; and from the organs in combination as вЂblendedвЂ™, i.e. combining their characteristics (Ladas et al., 2005). Sensory task from the organs is conveyed by many different nerves (see Komisaruk et al., 2006). As an example, enjoyable sensations that are orgasmic the rectum and prostate described by some males are conveyed by the pelvic and hypogastric nerves, respectively (Komisaruk et al., 2006). Orgasmic feelings during defecation reported when it comes to a person (Van der Schoot & Ypma, 2002) were most likely conveyed because of the nerve that is pelvic. Stimulation of the nerve that develops during passage through of the fetus through the vagina during childbirth is reported to create both orgasmic feelings together with urge to defecate, indicating a convergence or commonality of effectation of genital and rectal activity that is sensory.