Fri, Jul 20, 2018

Hello sperm fans,

here’s a good article by Spermshopper.com investigating female orgasms. Male orgasms, well human evolution needs those. Nature wants us to pump sticky sperm into the girl’s pussy, and give her a messy cream pie and keep the species alive.

Or perhaps, choke her on gooey cum, give her a squelchy arse, or make a nice gooey mess of her pretty face!

But female orgasms? Many boffins claim there is no obvious evolutionary reasons for those spine tingling, screaming explosions we give them. But some professors of perviness have put forward a reason why women might have them, and guess what? It all comes down to sperm.

Semen Simon

 


 

The Big “O” And Its Role In Baby Making

By Spermshopper.com

For many decades scientists have been at loggerheads over whether the female orgasm has a role in conception. Unlike the male orgasm, which is clearly essential in order to conceive naturally, scientists have been pondering what function the female orgasm plays in reproduction, if any at all. From a strictly biological point of view, the big “O” seems to serve little purpose in humans, unlike in many mammals where sexual stimulation is essential for the release of the egg.

Although it is clear that a female orgasm is not required to get women pregnant, some notable researchers have put forward plausible theories suggesting that for women having an orgasms does have a role in helping things along in fertility. Could it be that orgasms really help you get pregnant? In the agriculture industry, pig farmers use vibrators when inseminating sows so there is so they (and no doubt the female pigs) are happy with the idea.

THE POLEAXE THEORY

The “Poleaxe” theory states that after satisfying sex culminating in a woman’s orgasm the happy female will be ‘poleaxed’ and therefore prostrate and completely relaxed. According to ths theory lying down stops much of the sperm seeping out of the vagina and being lost, lending milions more thrashing sperm to the fertilization effort. Without gravity dragging sperm out the body, and not facing a literal uphill struggle, lying down is meant to help more sperm travel to their desired destination.

This sounds sensible, but billions are ejaculated inside the vagina and it only takes one sperm to do the job. And it is still quite unproven that lying down does indeed help sperm reach the egg.

Critics point out a woman could be lying down after sex just because she is tired from the day’s exertion, or wants to roll over and sleep after a forgetable two minute heaving. She might not necessarily be lying down because she has just been flattened by mind blowing, orgasmic sex. It follows that if lying down is key, then lazy, completely disinterested and half dozing women could possibly enjoy high fertility rates too, challenging the Poleaxe theory.

According to a study presented at the European Society of European Reproduction by fertility specialists including Joukje van Rijswijk, lying down does not necessarily support sperm retention. Conversely however, an IUI (Intrauterine Insemination) study led by Dr. Inge Custers from Academic Medical Centre discovered that women who stayed at the horizontal position after the insemination process did show higher conception rates. Further studies show more contradictory observations, so as intriguing as it, is the jury is still out on the Poleaxe theory.

THE UPSUCK THEORY

The second theory backing female orgasms in achieving pregnancy is the rather unglamourously named “Upsuck” theory. Internal cameras have observed the uterus convulsing and contracting during the spasms of an orgasm. The Upsuck theory contends that the uterus contractions plunge the neck of the uterus downwards and this motion can pull the semen that is being deposited near the cervix. Achieving climax will effectively pull up (or “upsuck”) the sperm through the fallopian tubes.

A study measured the amount of semen that was leaked after sexual intercourse (flowback) and concluded that achieving orgasm boosted sperm retention. The same effect was observed in women who experienced orgasm one minute before, and for a period of time after the male ejaculation, suggesting that the female orgasm triggers a mechanism that helps the female retain the desired male’s sperm. Researchers at the University of Manchester discovered that as long as they experienced orgasm up to 45 minutes after the male ejaculation, sperm retention is still higher compared to women who did not experience orgasm.

So experiencing an orgasm during sex has been related to an increase in sperm retention. But note this is not the same thing as an increase in fertility. Logic would suggest that more sperm remaining in the vagina to fertilize the egg would be a good thing for fertility. But as we know, just one victorious sperm cell needs to make it, whether the female is in sexual rapture or literally sleeping on the job.

THE FEMALE ORGASM DURING PREGNANCY

Traditionally some have feared that having an orgasm while pregnant could risk triggering preterm labour. Orgasms create contractions in the uterus