postorgasmic

postorgasmic

(ˌpəʊstɔːˈɡæzmɪk)
adj
(Biology) of or relating to the period after an orgasm
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Ecstasy (MDMA] mimics the postorgasmic state: impairment of sexual drive and function during acute MDMA-effects may be due to increased prolactin secretion.
Everyone reacts differently and this may simply be your own unique response to the postorgasmic chemical cocktail.
The tacit agreement in the literature and in human sexuality textbooks appears to have been that there is no such female post-orgasmic refractory period (Hyde, DeLamater, & Byers, 2009; Rathus, Nevid, Fichner-Rathus, & Herold, 2009) or that "postorgasmic loss of arousability is generally believed to be less marked in women than in men" (Bancroft, 1999, p.
A "man turned abacus" could dip his brush in bloody gouts or postorgasmic gush without flinching, for "people were his metier, greasy and palpitant" (41).
Suppose all those dead Christs weren't dead, just postorgasmic? (p.
she had to work extra hard to prevent the hot fluid of desire from steaming up her glasses." When Monica asks B to pose for a series of paintings titled Spent Men, After the Masters, in which she conflates Italian Renaissance portraits of dead Christs with images of postorgasmic men, their relationship gets really complicated.