SQ# 2 – TRUE – Side effects of medication can potentially be the cause of many adverse sexual dysfunctions including its effect on sexual desire and ability to achieve orgasm, particularly antidepressants and other medications that affect the central nervous system (CNS)… read more
SQ# 3 – True – Research indicates that only 30% of women reach an orgasm during sexual intercourse with penetration alone. 70% 0f women require clitoral stimulation to achieve orgasm, meaning female sexual satisfaction is rarely attained from penetrative intercourse alone… read more
SQ# 4 – True – For centuries medical science has recognized the health benefits of orgasms to improve one’s overall physical and mental health, additionally sexual activity has also been shown to improve longevity
Until the mid 1920’s doctors would manually stimulate women to orgasm as the natural cure for hysteria. Symptoms include; tired, irritable, nervousness, depressed…many of these same symptoms today are treated with medication instead… read more
SQ# 5 – True The Vibrator was invented as medical instrument to relieve doctors tired fingers when stimulating their female patients to have an orgasm as a cure for hysteria. The vibrator was such an important device, that the vibrator was the fifth household item to be electrified almost ten years before the iron and after the vacuum cleaner.
Today, an orgasm is still a known remedy for stress and anxiety, if only health insurance would cover it… read more
SQ# 7 – True – ONLY 43% of partners surveyed, said they are at least somewhat satisfied with their sex lives including the 18% who say they are ‘extremely satisfied with their sex lives.
More than 1 out of every two couples are less than satisfied with their bedroom experiences. A frightful and painful number, especially to the 57% of partners who are less than satisfied with their sex lives… read more