This post is part of Mashable's Masturbation Week. May is National Masturbation Month, so we're celebrating by exploring the many facets of self-love. Cast your mind back to the last time you cracked one out, knocked one homemade wife bondage, rubbed one out, masturbated — whatever you call it.
You may well have noticed a few rather curious physiological responses that occurred in addition to your own personal pleasure party. How mutual masturbation can help close the orgasm gap.
Things like getting a rash across your chest after you come, one of your testes ascending while you're jacking off, or not being able to pee afterwards. Granted, we're often far too preoccupied with our own arousal to pay heed to a lot of these little biological quirks. Full, have you ever wondered why they happen?
Mashable spoke to scientists, medical doctors, clinical sexologists, and sex educators to get to the bottom of what body body's getting up to while you're pleasuring yourself. After you're done masturbating, it's often nigh-on impossible to urinate, even if nature's call feels really quite urgent.
Myrtle Wilhite — a physician specialising in sexual health — says this is something that affects people with penises and vaginas because the "same neural arousal system" controls the bladder and "moderates the process of sexual arousal.
Fancy getting into the nitty gritty? Jennifer Swann, professor of Biological Sciences at Lehigh University, orgasm is controlled by both the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems.
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