Rutgers University discovered that women's brains have two pathways to orgasm. MRI scans showed that 30 areas of a woman's brain are stimulated during climax, but they're different areas depending on whether she's alone and fantasizing, or making love with a partner.

Researchers say it might help treat women's sexual dysfunction if we know that their solo orgasms are completely different from those they have with a partner.

How can they expect a man to figure out which of two ways to stimulate a woman's brain during sex when they can't even figure out one decent way to stimulate the good parts?!

Anyway, I don't think we need to waste money and time to figure out what the difference is between a solo orgasm and one had with a partner because every man and woman in the world knows that answer: The ones she has on her own are real!

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