A change of pace.
This video from Buzzfeed shares 8 fun facts about orgasm.
Plus two more facts
It takes women 20 minutes on average to reach orgasm.
Men usually take about 2mins to orgasm.
The longest recorded orgasm is 43 seconds.
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