Freelance writer and humorist turned accidental science journalist Mary Roach likes to ask the questions we all wonder about but are usually too polite to mention. What happens after we die, anyway? How fast do cadavers rot? Can a corpse have an orgasm? Her books Stiff and Spook sprung out of research done for a proposed Salon column called the Dead Beat sadly, it was killed. Her most recent book, Bonk , is a romp through the current landscape of gynecology, sex research and the adult novelty industry.
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Synopsis Table of Contents Reviews Excerpts. From "The Princess and Her Pea: The woman who moved her clitoris, and other ruminations on intercourse orgasms". Once upon a time, there was a princess named Marie. She had long, thick curls and beautiful brown eyes, and her clitoris was three centimeters away from her vagina.
I'm going to show you a couple of images from a very diverting paper in The Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine. I'm going to go way out on a limb and say that it is the most diverting paper ever published in The Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine. The title is "Observations of In-Utero Masturbation. Now on the left you can see the hand — that's the big arrow — and the penis on the right. The hand hovering.