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Tantra, ESR and the Limits of  Female    Potentials


 H. Ümit Sayin

Abstract: Female orgasm and female ‘peak experiences’ are well recognized in the ancient historical literature of the India, China and Far East. Eastern cultures tried to discover the limits and extents of female orgasmic response for centuries unlike the Western cultures, where, for centuries, pleasure and orgasm of females were accepted as a sin and were not regarded as acceptable as they were in the Eastern philosophy. Tantric cultures and Taoist cultures encouraged the prolonged sexual activity, coitus and female orgasm for hundreds of years. However, the West started to understand the real nature of female orgasm in the second half of twentieth century using objective and rational scientific investigation methods. Similar to Tantric Orgasms, ESR (Expanded Sexual Response) has been defined recently as: being able to attain long lasting and/or prolonged and/or multiple and/or sustained orgasms and/or status orgasmus that lasted longer and more intense than the classical orgasm patterns defined in the literature. This review article explains some of the novel findings on female sexuality, ESR and prolonged-expanded orgasms, in comparison with the old Tantric and Taoist philosophies.

 Expanded Sexual Response (ESR),  Expanded Orgasm (EO), Altered States of Consciousness (ASC),  Status Orgasmus  (SO), Four nerve theory of female orgasm;  Tantra, Female Orgasm, Vaginal Orgasm, Clitoral Orgasm, Taoist Love, Status Orgasmus, Blended Orgasm, Extended Orgasm, Expanded Orgasm, Tantric Orgasm

SexuS Journal ● 2017 ● 2 (3): 055-074


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