World Orgasm Day
World Orgasm Day is held on December 21. Date for 2023. Celebrate the day of the winter solstice. This event in the third decade of the month December is annual. Help us
When you orgasm, your body releases oxytocin, the feel-good chemical that floods your body with feelings of relaxation, peace and happiness. Orgasms shut down a part of your brain. The average orgasm is 20 seconds long.
First started in Brazil as an unofficial holiday to encourage men to satisfy their wives, Female Orgasm Day is now celebrated around the world. The National Orgasm Day is a celebration that celebrates sexual climax and raises awareness for issues surrounding sexual climax. It is typically celebrated on July 31 in places such as the United Kingdom, Australia, United States, the Netherlands, Canada and even South Africa. National Orgasm Day is an off-shoot of International Female Orgasm Day (August 8).
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