Do you know? Your Brain is the biggest Sex organ!

ByKarthik Kumar D Kon14th Mar 2022, 2023-01-23T08:00:00+05:30
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Do you know? Your Brain is the biggest Sex organ!

Experiencing our sexuality has a lot to do with bodies, like how we like to touch and be touched by our partner. And when we think of the sex organs, our minds think toward the naughty parts between our legs, but our minds should be doing this right.

The real catalyst for sexual activity is the brain, actually not entirty brain, but specific parts of the brain, and it’s not genitalia which acts as a real catalyst.

You see, if you are talking dirty, it is so arousing. That is where when partners talk dirty to each other, they’re directing the right organs.

Scientifically it is established that Sex drive originates in the hypothalamus, which is responsible for testosterone production in the testes. The amygdala, on the other hand, is a centre for fear in the brain. Both brain regions strongly effect how we respond to dirty talk and sexual stimulation in general.

Since men have larger hypothalami (for example), they have more testosterone. And this explains why the male are sexual desire often exceeds those of females, and that is why men tend to initiate sexual contact, and why men are less cautious about who they take on as sexual partners.

And the Partners who seek a submissive role, on the other hand, are led more by their amygdala, one of the brain’s fear centres.

And here comes the dirty talk that achieves arousal, because it’s fine-tuned to stimulate the right parts of the brain. And it feeds our need for intimate conversation and lust for sexual activity. It provides a multi-layered sexual experience that extends further than just physical touch.

Dirty talk works because it’s sex through our brain suggestion, and to our brains, suggestion can be just as powerful as full-on execution. Thanks for reading the article, for more lifestyle related articles read our peoples blog articles.

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