In our digital age, there are also some novel approaches to the issue of the female orgasm.
‘Lick This’ is an app which claims to help improve your cunnilingus technique. Designed by Pablo Rochat and the suitably named Chris Allick, Lick This is an app that helps you to improve your technique by slobbering on your touchscreen.
Rochat and Allick want to make people laugh and get them talking about technology and the human body. Tongues are wagging! But is Lick This indeed likely to make you a better lover or will you simply have spent half an hour on your own in your bedroom licking your phone?
For those who prefer the natural way, Lick This might seem an uncomfortable technological development. After all, if kids are now learning about sex from porn and cunnilingus techniques from Siri, what happens to the reality of the body and the intimacy of sexual discovery?
Our iPhones guide us through urban jungles, they help us hunt and gather our food, they even choose mates for us, so the new thinking is that there’s no reason they shouldn’t train us as lovers too.
Lick This provides three exercises – flicking a light switch, boinging a beach ball, and rotating the handle of a pencil sharpener – to train your soft palate in the arts of licky love. Flicking the switch helps you build an up-and-down rhythm, boinging the ball teaches you to work with a wriggling target, and I don’t really know what rotating the handle of a pencil sharpener is supposed to do other than cover your phone in saliva.
Scientists build orgasm machine that delivers a climax at the push of a button
Anorgasmia is scarily common. It seems that 43 pecent of women and 31 percent of men are reported to experience an excessive amount of difficulty reaching orgasm. Ten to fifeen percent of women have never had an orgasm in their lives.
Now a machine has been built which claims to deliver orgasm at the push of a button. This is the work of a team led by North Carolina surgeon Stuart Meloy.
The machine is designed to be a medical implant which is a little smaller than a packet of cigarettes. It requires an operation and the patient needs to be awake during the surgery in order for the surgeons to find the best possible position for the electrodes.
Jim Pfaus , who studies the neurobiology of sexual behaviour at Concordia University told New Scientist that women will sign up regardless of how painful this procedure may be.
‘If young woman of 15 are having painful operations to enlarge their breasts….. are you kidding? Of course it will be used’ he said.
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