Scientists hard at work to unlock orgasmic secrets

From the Los Angeles Times.

Many scientists across the globe are putting their brain power and research money to work on curing the world's most threatening diseases, reversing debilitating medical conditions, and grappling with the tough times ahead in the face of human-induced climate change.

These ones are not.

The Los Angeles Times takes an extensive look at the high-tech probes into one of human existence's deepest, darkest, and most salacious of secrets: sexual climax. Don't worry, it should be safe to read at the office.

Read the full story in the Los Angeles Times: "Science of the orgasm"

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