Friday, February 1, 2013

Whenever I sneeze I have an orgasm

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Multiple orgasms is more than a myth 
Sandra John | January 31, 2013

'I have a very rare medical condition; whenever I sneeze I have an orgasm.'

A man and a woman were sitting beside each other in the first class section of an aircraft. The woman sneezed, took out a tissue, gently wiped her nose then visibly shuddered for 10 to 15 seconds. The man went back to his reading.

A few minutes later, the woman sneezed again, took a tissue, wiped her nose, and then shuddered violently once more. Assuming that the woman might have a cold, the man was still curious about the shuddering.

A few more minutes passed when the woman sneezed yet again. As before, she took a tissue, wiped her nose, her body shaking even more than before.

Unable to restrain his curiosity, the man turned to the woman and said, “I couldn’t help but notice you’ve sneezed three times, wiped your nose and then shuddered violently. Are you OK?”

“I am sorry if I disturbed you, I have a very rare medical condition; whenever I sneeze I have an orgasm.” The man, more than a bit embarrassed, was still curious. “I have never heard of that condition before,” he said. “Are you taking anything for it?” The woman nodded, “Pepper.”

This joke might have got you in stitches but not so for the small number of women who actually suffer from persistent sexual arousal syndrome or Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder (PGAD).

As it turns out, far from being blessed with a succession of divine orgasms of mega proportions, sufferers of PGAD are very deeply traumatised by the condition.

A curse, not blessing

In December last year, Gretchen Molannen, 39 from Tampa Bay, Florida committed suicide. A long-time sufferer of the disorder, Gretchen had tried killing herself three other times that year.

One other sufferer is Rachel from Atlanta. Featured in the documentary ‘100 Orgasms A Day’ in the UK last year, Rachel experiences organisms every 30 seconds for up to eight hours a day. Leaving her exhausted and irritable, Rachel cannot even touch her washing machine when its on spin cycle for fear the vibrations will trigger another round of explosive orgasms.

In the documentary she relates how even when driving she feels a persistent throbbing in her genitals that demands she stop the car in search of a bathroom so she “can take care of it”. Emerging later, she looks calmer, even smiling as she says, “I’m good to go now!”

New to medical science

Dr David Goldmeier, an expert on sexual medicine at the Imperial College in London says the disorder in only newly recognised. Patients typically complain of long periods of genital arousal not associated with sexual desire. It is a distressing condition and plays havoc on a woman’s ability to lead a normal, every day existence.

While research is only now gaining momentum, some doctors believe PGAD is caused by malfunctioning nerves. Dr. Michael Hibner, a gynecological surgeon in Arizona says the disorder develops when the pudendal nerve is compressed or irritated, causing the clitoral dorsal nerve to fire off at random. When this occurs, the sufferer experiences an approaching orgasm.

While the medical fraternity scrambles to learn more of this disorder, the women afflicted by it live in a state of constant distress. Many suffer from depression, are unable to hold down jobs, have troubled relationships with their partners and often feel self-doubt and self-hatred, thinking they are sex addicts with a ‘dirty’ disease. Kim Ramsey, 44, an emergency room nurse was the envy of her friends who all joked they wished they had multiple orgasms too. However life was far from ideal for Kim. Feeling like she was on the verge of a nervous breakdown, Kim struggled to maintain her grip on reality. “I felt flushed. My vagina and breasts were engorged,” she says and it was tough keeping people from finding out.

Coping with PGAD

Some doctors recommend meditation and pelvic floor exercises to cope and until more concrete medical findings and subsequent cures surface, most sufferers of PGAD haven’t much else to fall back on.


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Banyak gambar-gambar  kelakaw kaw-kaw disana!

Ya Allah!
Kah kah kah kah!!!
Dah tersepit tu, tak rasa semut-semut ke ? Tak rasa kebas-kebas?
Boleh kemek batu.
Bahaya kalau saluran darah tersekat. Kah kah kah!!!

Kalau tak biasa duduk tahayat akhir lama-lama, tukar la duduk bersila.
Jangan menyeksa diri. 'Awang' pun tersiksa. tawww...

Sorang lagi tu lantak lah dia.
Apa ada hal.
Punggung dah pipih.
Tulang belakang pun dah herot.
Itu pasal duduk steady.
Batu pun dah lama kemek kot? Kah kah kah

Six Israeli Security Chiefs Stun the World

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Source: blog Anwar Ibrahim/CNN.COM International

Six former heads of the Shin Bet, Israel’s secretive internal security service, have spoken out as a group for the first time and are making stunning revelations.

The men who were responsible for keeping Israel safe from terrorists now say they are afraid for Israel’s future as a democratic and Jewish state.

Israeli film director Dror Moreh managed to get them all to sit down for his new documentary: “The Gatekeepers.” It is the story of Israel’s occupation of the Palestinian Territories, as told by the people at the crossroads of some of the most crucial moments in the security history of the country.

“If there is someone who understands the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, it’s those guys,” the director told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour.

Against the backdrop of the currently frozen peace process, all six argue – to varying degrees – that the Israeli occupation of Palestinian land is bad for the state of Israel.

The oldest amongst the former chiefs, Avraham Shalom, says Israel lost touch with how to coexist with the Palestinians as far back as the aftermath of the Six Day War of 1967, with the occupation of Gaza and the West Bank, when the country started doubling down on terrorism.

“We forgot about the Palestinian issue,” Shalom says in the film.

A major impediment to a meaningful strategy, they say, are the Jewish extremists inside Israel – people like the Jewish Israeli who assassinated Prime Minister Yitzak Rabin, or the 1980 plot to blow up the Dome of the Rock Islamic shrine in Jerusalem.

A central theme of the documentary is the idea that Israel has incredible tactics, but lacks long-term strategy. That is to say, the security apparatus is able to pacify terrorists, but if operations do not support a move toward a peace settlement, then they are meaningless.

Moreh said he was shocked to hear Avraham Shalom, Austrian-born and a refugee of the Nazis, compare the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian Territories to Germany’s occupation of Europe.

“Bear in mind that Avraham Shalom was born in Vienna,” Moreh said. “And at the Kristallnacht he was forced by his mother to go to school and was beaten almost to death by his classmates… He said ‘I experienced firsthand what it means to be under a racist regime.’”

Moreh knew that he had to include that part of the interview in the film. “I said to myself I have to keep it, because he understands what he speaks.”

“Only Jews can say those kind of words,” he told Amanpour. “And only they can have the justification to speak as they spoke in the film.”

The filmmaker said that this is “the most pro-Israel film” he could have created. “When you see the Titanic heading toward the iceberg, what would you do?”

A spokesperson for current Israel Prime Minister said Benjamin Netanyahu had not seen “The Gatekeepers,” and had no plans to do so.

“I think the fact that the PM of Israel is not willing to watch a film with six former heads of shin bet speaking and conveying a message to the Israeli public – to him and to the world. I think it just speaks about his personality,” Moreh said.

Critics accuse Moreh of cherry picking to advance a political agenda that falls on the left-wing of the Israeli political spectrum.

“They are all pragmatists,” Moreh told Amanpour about the subjects. “These are the six heads of the secret service of Israel saying in one and clear voice enough of the occupation – you cannot argue with that.”

Moreh said that none of the former chiefs has come to him with any problems with the final product and all of them told him they stand behind the film.