I had just returned home after a great Pilates class and was bending down to load some dishes in the dishwasher when it happened. I felt my abdominal and thigh muscles flex, contract, quiver and then … boom! It was a coregasm! But how did it happen? Why did it happen? And most importantly, how could I make it happen again?
I had definitely heard about exercise-induced orgasms (what I’m calling “coregasms”) before in my life. But I always thought the coregasm was an urban myth, like a unicorn, the stuff of fairytales and legend. But since my own core-na-graphic experience in the kitchen, I’ve learned a few things about this very real phenomenon.
Believe it or not, exercise-induced-orgasm (EIO) or exercise-induced sexual pleasure (EISP) has actually been recognized in scientific literature for more than sixty years. In 1953, Alfred Kinsey wrote in Sexual Behavior in the Human Female that 5% of the women he studied claimed to experience orgasm during exercise, rather than exclusively during sexual activity. However, the mechanism of how exactly the coregasm works is not yet totally understood. …
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