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“Orgasms: 101 Facts & Trivia” — My Latest Book.

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Orgasms 101 Facts and Trivia by Anura Guruge


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This book details over 101 separate, diverse, self-contained true facts about human orgasms. They are divided into 5 categories: Hers, His, ‘Fancy That’, In the Media and ‘Basking in the Afterglow’.

Though the book is meant to be an entertaining and educational celebration of all things orgasmic, it could also be viewed as a ‘Believe It Or Not’ or a ‘Well I Never’ guide to orgasms. Would you, for example, be willing to believe that women who have ‘vaginal orgasms’ walk differently to those that have ‘clitoral orgasms’? Well check item #92 of the book. Have you ever heard of the connection between Poughkeepsie (in New York State) and orgasms? That is #74. Any idea how many people around the world are orgasming, right now, while you are reading this? That is covered in #10.

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Have you ever celebrated an orgasm related holiday? There are at least three of them. While orgasm faking, by both genders, is talked about, multiple times, including in the context of the TV shows ‘Seinfeld’ and ‘Sex in the City’, what do you know about the deception involved in female copulatory vocalization (FCV). That is #8.

Yes, the book does include lots of numbers, durations, lengths and volumes such as: 8 feet (you read that right), 20 seconds, 14 gallons (U.S.), 222, 35%, half a coffee cup full, ‘about 4 minutes’, less than 1”, 100 per hour and 89 years old. You are also likely to be introduced to quite a few new terms and concepts such as: ‘status orgasmus’, refractory period, birthgasms, Orgasm Rating Scale (OSR), intravaginal ejaculation latency time (IELT), téleclitoridiennes, elephant posture, Skene’s glands, edging and genetically modified orgasm (GMO).

It is not really a ‘How To’ book. Nonetheless you will find plenty of information that will certainly help. You will read about: the best positions for achieving orgasms, orgasmic diets, natural remedies, medical solutions and the best day of the month – not to mention the best ‘toys’, e.g., the ‘Crave Duet’ for females and the ‘Humpus’ for males. You will even learn whether you should be wearing socks and what heel height might best serve the ladies. This is a book that covers a lot of ground.

There is even culture and quite a bit on movies (e.g., first non-pornographic movie to show a female having an orgasm). So, in addition to the 1960s hit “Je t’aime… moi non plus” you will also read about ‘Liebestod’ in Richard Wagner’s ‘Tristan und Isolde’, Władysław Podkowiński’s ‘Frenzy of Exultations’, the incomparable Bernini’s ‘L’Estasi di Santa Teresa’ and some of the bawdy orgasmic scenes in John Cleland’s ‘Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure’.

Oh! You might even be very surprised to learn that the term ‘come’ did not come to be the way you probably thought it did. So, yes, this book does cover a lot of ground when it comes to orgasms. Use the free ‘Look Inside’ to have a peak. As with most of the author’s other eBooks the eBook version of this is also priced at 99 cents to make it affordable. Even at just 101 facts, even though there is much more, that comes in at less than 1 cent per orgasmic fact! So check it out. You can always return it and get your money back in full.


This is my 4th ‘101 Facts & Trivia’ book. The last two, as you may recall, were about Popes. To me this is quite a natural progression. I have never hid the fact that I have an inordinate interest in the human orgasm. I consider it the spark of life. Very few people, even today, are born from sperm extracted via sperm harvesting. So nearly all of us are here because SOMEBODY, somewhere had an orgasm — and I think it is a shame that an orgasm from each partner is not a prerequisite for conception, and one of the items covered in this book is an ancient belief that a female will give birth to a boy IF she has an orgasm prior to the sperm being released! As I had advocated in this blog I am a great believer that all adults must strive for ‘an orgasm a day‘ average over their adult lives.  

This is the 23rd book as the sole author (i.e., with only my name on the cover). 

A print version of this book is planned.

I have already started on my next book.

Check this one out. You will find it interesting and educational. The few that have read it so far have all commented that they enjoyed reading it and learnt much.

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‘Fancy That’ — Assorted Trivia With Anura Guruge [I].

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In 2002, I had bought a cheap “cute dogs” wall calendar. It contained a pithy observation for each day. I soon realized that they had compiled quite a good collection. Come year end, and January 1, 2003 was when Deanna and I got married, I decided to hold onto the calendar so that I can preserve its content. I have held onto it for 12 years. I always knew where it was. So what I am going to do is transcribe 10 to 20 sayings from it, as often as I can, until I capture all of the good ones. There are a few that are a tad mundane. But I suspect that there has to be at least 300 good ones. I will number them as I transcribe so that we can all keep track. I was going to do them randomly but if I do, I might miss some. So I will start from January and go through the months.

I cannot vouch for the veracity of these items. I do NOT have the time to check them. I am just transcribing them for posterity. So be WARNED. Check the facts IF you intend to use it. IF I do check any of them out, I will add annotations at the bottom.

I also do not see any copyright on the calendar. IF the copyright genuinely belongs to someone and they can prove it I will immediately and gladly take all of this down. I have no desire, whatsoever, to infringe on anybody’s copyright.

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1. Herbert Hoover was the first president to have an asteroid named after him.

2. The first roll of toilet paper was introduced in 1871.

3. When astronauts first shaved in space, their weightless whiskers floated up to the ceiling. A special razor that worked like a vacuum cleaner was developed.

4. Frank and Jesse James committed the first daytime bank robbery on February 14, 1866.

5. The first US marines wore high leather collars to protect their necks from sabers, hence the name leathernecks.

6. Florence Nightingale carried a pet owl in her pocket.

7. Bats are the only mammals that fly.

8. Annie Oakley shot a cigar out of Kaiser Wilhelm’s mouth while touring Europe with Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show.

9. According to law, stores cannot sell a toothbrush on the Sabbath in Providence, RI, but they are allowed to sell toothpaste and mouthwash.

10. Calvin Coolidge was sworn into office by his own father.

11. A black surgeon, Dr. Daniel Hale Williams, performed the first successful heart operation.

12. Chinatown in San Francisco is the largest Chinese community outside of Asia.

13. The first Harley Davidson motorcycle was built by William Harley and the three Davidson brothers in 1903.

14. A stack of $1 dollar bills one mile high would be worth more than $14 million dollars.

15. During her husband’s presidency, Martha Washington was formally addressed as Lady Washington.

16. Twenty-five percent of the horses in the US died of a vast virus epidemic in 1871.

17. A mole can dig a tunnel 300 feet long in just one night.

18. A recent study conducted by the Shyness Clinic in Menlo Park, CA, revealed that almost 90% of Americans label themselves as shy.

19. Giants baseball catcher Roger Bresnahan introduced shin guards in 1907.

20. The satin shorts worn by Sylvester Stallone in the original Rocky movie fetched $16,896 at auction in New York City.