Unprecedented Research Study from Rutgers University
Ejaculatory Orgasms: A Case Study"
Journal of Sex Education and Therapy
Volume 23, Number 2
(C) Copyright 1998
Association for Sexology
(American Association of Sex Educators,
Counselors, and Therapists)
World Congress of Sexology
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Study Highlights (excerpted
from the published study: JSET, Vol. 23, No. 2; pp. 157-162;
"This study documented, in a laboratory
setting, the reported occurrence of male multiple ejaculatory
orgasms without any attempt to inhibit ejaculations."
(Page 157 - emphasis added)
"During the testing, the participant experienced six
orgasms with six ejaculations with an interval of 36 minutes
between the first and last orgasm. He maintained an
erection during the entire experimental period as reported
by the participant and observed by the investigators."
Volumes per Orgasm
"During the debriefing, the participant reported that
he felt some self-consciousness about being observed, but
he was eventually able to disregard the laboratory setting
during the experiment. He was aware of not experiencing
two orgasms because of the distraction occasioned by the reporting
procedures and attached instrumentation... The participant
confirmed that by contrast with his usual experience, his
orgasms did not become more intense, and he rated the intensity
of his orgasms in the laboratory as 50% to 70% of what he
usually experiences... The participant reported that
he ended the experiment only because the room had become too
hot and stuffy to continue. Climate control had been
inoperative during the experiment."
(Page 160, - emphasis added)
"These findings provide evidence of the occurence in
one man of multiple orgasms with concurrent uninihibited multiple
Volume Comparison - Kothari & Rutgers Study
"Thus, the difference between the participant of the
present study and the participant in Kothari's
study is that, in the present study, no attempt was made
by the participant to inhibit ejaculation. Because the intervals
were similar in Kothari's study and the present study, and
in the present study no attempt was made to inhibit ejaculation,
the question is raised as to what process is necessary
to activate the relatively prolonged refractory
period that is typically reported in ejaculatory orgasms...
"Further research concerning the refractory period is
needed, but is beyond the scope of this case study."
(Page 162 - emphasis added)
is hoped that, with the right sponsorship, such
research into the Male Refractory Period might
someday be undertaken.
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