Pavlovian Response in the Female Orgasm (an awesome science experiment!)
Posted Fri Aug 14, 2009 05:33 PM
So, after a few weeks of this, we would only make out during foreplay, until she felt like she wasn't going to get any closer to orgasm. Finally, victory was achieved! She had already cum twice, so we decided to go for the gold, and it worked! We've been able to do it a few more times, but only after she's cum at least once (twice works best). So I just thought I'd share and give you guys a new project to try out. Let me know how it works out!
Posted Fri Aug 14, 2009 08:58 PM
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Posted Mon Aug 17, 2009 07:10 AM
i think you want to do this so she will have the psychological effects of an orgasm when you kiss her. this is an awesome idea.
i really think it is possible, pavlov's theories are rock solid. they help me train my dog and get my younger siblings to listen.
but for it to work- REALLY work, you wouldn't be able to kiss her at any time other than while she's having her orgasms. no kiss throughout the day, you know?
you would have to be aware of when she is close to climax and then apply the stimulus (in this case, the kiss), because if you wait till after she's already twisting and moaning and cumming, it will reverse the order and the brain won't recognize the kiss to be a stimulus, but an effect.
we sorta worked something out- i call it the push button orgasms. obviously a woman's clit is very senstive and the easiest way to make a woman cum. when my girlfriend is near climax, i can pull my dick out and just apply a steady constant pressure on her clit- as if i was pushing a button- and she will cum. at first i'd rub it until she came, really provoking her to cum. now it just takes a light push and she cums.
i didn't really mean to do this, i wasnt trying necessarily, but if i look at in terms of the progression of our relationship, it follows pavlov's theory.
can i say my simple touch will make another woman burst with an orgasms? not at all lol. i highly doubt it would do anything. it didn't do anything at first. really, what the hell would putting my finger on someone's clit do. but when you associate a feeling with a reaction, you change the processes in the brain.
that'd be awesome to kiss her and make her wet every time. i probably kiss her 60 times a day so i couldn't work this one out though.
Posted Mon Aug 17, 2009 05:52 PM
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Posted Tue Sep 22, 2009 06:16 PM
i'm awarding you this science prize, for excellence in the field of kissing kums.
here it is ... ... please enjoy
Posted Tue Sep 22, 2009 06:59 PM
I guess if it leads to orgasm that's not so bad.
Posted Wed Sep 23, 2009 12:25 AM
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Posted Wed Sep 23, 2009 11:43 AM
There you have it: post-secondary education isn't as impractical and stale as it appears to be.
That's the one benefit of LTRs: lots of practice sessions and experimentation isn't as awkward as it is with casual sex--can yield some pretty spectacular results.
Glad to hear some couples don't squander the opportunity.
Apparently it can be done: real masters know exactly where all the spots are and they are really good at reading body language, so they know what the brain is associating with what and how to trigger the desired response (this kind of reading and working off a person's BL occurs even before sex).
Or in more "Pavlovian" terms: these people know how to quickly adapt their technique to the person's social/sexual conditioning. With some time, they can condition that person to respond according to specific types of stimulation. Although I think "re-conditioning" is usually reserved for people who are sexually repressed or otherwise dysfunctional, who need to be physically/mentally retrained to feel pleasure again.
Posted Wed Sep 23, 2009 11:54 AM