I've noticed that most of the girls I've been with tend to curl their toes really hard when they have an intense orgasm. Your muscles flex and a common reaction is toes curling.
I have no idea if I do it since I am too busy enjoying the moment and not paying any attention to my toes. This may be because toes need less sensory response and genitals need little motor control. Orgasms are difficult to define, let alone reverse-engineer. Heiman, director of the Kinsey Institute, a nonprofit organization at Indiana University.
lol the question title made me laugh for some reason I don't know why haha but now that I think about it I think I do curl my toes when I'm orgasming! omg I never . It's a common reaction. Your muscles flex and a common reaction is toes curling .
Is it normal to have sex 3 times in the space of 4 hours? What were some of yours? Why do my toes curl when I orgasm?
A few labs are even tinkering with devices that could put patients directly in touch with their orgasmic abilities by letting them observe their sexual brain patterns and "train" themselves to find the elusive frisson, or in something akin to the Orgasmatron in Woody Allen's movie "Sleeper" letting them zap a sweet spot in their spinal cord with toe-curling electrical pulses. Orgasm researchers hope their efforts will help some of these people -- eventually. I always hear about "toe curling orgasms", but it seems to be more of a female thing. Your muscles flex and a common reaction is toes curling. Sorry if this question sounds perverted, but I'm asking it in all seriousness. In an orgasm orchestra, the genitalia may be the instruments, but the central nervous system is the conductor.
AS they seek to document and demystify one of life's great thrills, scientists have run across some real head-scratchers. How, for example, can My toes curl when i orgasm explain the fact that some men and women who are paralyzed and numb below the waist are able to have orgasms? How to explain the "orgasmic auras" that can descend My toes curl when i orgasm the onset of epileptic seizures -- sensations so pleasurable they prompt some patients to refuse antiseizure medication? And how on Earth to explain the case of the amputee who felt his orgasms centered in that missing foot? No one -- no sexologist, no neuroscientist -- really knows. For a subject with so many armchair experts, the human orgasm is remarkably mysterious.