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The pleasure center in the brain handles our reaction to all kinds of feel-good things, including sex, recreational substances, laughter, and more. It includes parts of the brain such as the amygdala (regulates emotions), pituitary gland (releases lots of feel-good chemicals), and cerebellum (controls your muscle function). Men and women don’t react exactly the same way to sex, as you probably didn’t need science to tell you, but in a lot of ways, the brain’s response to sex is the same no matter what. There’s a part of the brain called the lateral orbitofrontal cortex that shuts down during orgasm in everyone, regardless of gender. This is the part of the brain that regulates reason and behavioral control, so if you’ve always believed that your brain turns off when you get off, you’re really not wrong. And just think, there were men and women who got hooked up to machines that scanned their brains while they were sexually stimulated until they came. We’d like to sign up for a study like that, even if they don’t pay us.
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