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How Much Would You Pay For an Orgasm?

It's a sad fact of life that when it comes to sex, women have a harder time orgasming than men. We've got to be in the right mood, we need tantalizing foreplay for a certain amount of time, and we've got to be touched with the perfect amount of pressure. Our partners can try everything, and it can be so frustrating when the Big O just doesn't happen.

Well now you can have an orgasm at the push of a button (at the mere price of $12,000) with the
Orgasmatron. I know it sounds cosmic and completely made up, but it's totally real and awaiting approval by the FDA to be used for "female orgasm dysfunction." It's about the size of a deck of cards, but the inventor is working on improving the design so it's only the size of a couple sticks of gum. The box has two thin wires that attach to the nerves in your spine responsible for sexual pleasure.

Does it work? To find out

Women who've tried it say it feels very much like the vaginal and clitoral stimulation you feel when having sex. Some even experienced their toes curling, and their vaginal and rectal muscles squeezing rhythmically in time with the pulses of the device. This is great for women who have difficulty with orgasms, and even better if they're with partners who don't know how to please them. This sounds like one glorified vibrator to me though $12K definitely seems pretty steep, but then again I can orgasm for free.

So what do you think? Would you pay for a device that would guarantee a hot night every night? If you weren't sexually satisfied, how much would you be willing to pay to ensure that you were?


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