Novel, Writing


While working on my next book, I decided that I wanted to add more. At first I couldn’t figure out what the more was. Then one day I had this double “a-ha” moment. I had to go back to the beginning of the manuscript and incorporate the second “a-ha” moment first. After that, I soon realized that for the first “a-ha”” I had to do a little research. I thought it’s a book of short erotic stories so what could I possibly have to research? I mean I do have a creative imagination so what could I possibly be researching? Here’s the thing, I wanted my main character to experience everything she could possibly experience sexually. Which meant I wanted her to come in every way. So I thought there has to be more to it than just squirting or creaming. So after researching, I learned that there were 11 types of orgasms. Yes 11, that isn’t a typo. I’m not even gonna name them in this post, I’m just gonna either write a poem or tell a story about these orgasms. But ladies could you believe that 11 orgasms?

So to start off, here is what orgasm means as well as its origin:

[awr-gaz-uh m]

1. the physical and emotional sensation experienced at the peak of sexual excitation, usually resulting from stimulation of the sexual organ and usually accompanied in the male by ejaculation.
2. an instance of experiencing this.
3. intense or unrestrained excitement.
4. an instance or occurrence of such excitement.
verb (used without object)
5. to have an orgasm.
Origin of orgasm
1640-50; < New Latin orgasmus < Greek orgasmós, derivative of orgân to swell, be excited


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