Women's brains don't need to 'turn off' in order to orgasm

Women’s brains don’t need to ‘turn off’ in order to orgasm
A woman’s brain gets more active, not less, as she approaches orgasm, a new study finds. Researchers in New Jersey overturned previous research on how orgasm affects the brain.

Women’s brains don’t need to ‘turn off’ in order to orgasm

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