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Orgasmic phase

Orgasm, the release of sexual tension, involves many bodily changes. While no one is really sure how the nervous system or biochemical systems trigger an orgasm, what is known is that physical and psychological factors are important. Interestingly, physical stimulation of the genitals is not required for an orgasm; some people can have orgasms simply by thinking erotic thoughts.

The feelings of orgasm are usually centered within the penis. The onset of orgasm is accompanied by rhythmic contractions of the seminal vesicles, vas deferens, prostate gland, and ejaculatory ducts. These contractions push the semen into the urethra just prior to ejaculation. 

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