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The Big O: Gender Differences

Male orgasm/ female orgasm (work-safe, clean)

4 comments on “The Big O: Gender Differences

  1. Kilroy
    30 November, 2007

    I think this theory needs to be tested empirically and consistently and repeatedly over a significant body of evidence. It could take years of work to establish baseline data. Let’s discuss methodology and funding!

  2. Ann El Khoury
    30 November, 2007

    ;) Perhaps we could combine methodologies with this experiment next month, it would add to the ethical impact of the study enormously …

  3. Kilroy
    30 November, 2007


  4. Dave On Fire
    30 November, 2007

    I think you’re on to something there! We’ll try and time the, err, good vibes.
    Thanks for your postcard from Lebanon btw, sounds like a really exciting trip.

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This entry was posted on 29 November, 2007 by in Gender, Humor, Humour, Sex and tagged .

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