One of the objectives of this project is to explore the depths of some relatively new (yet very exciting!) territories of human sexuality, such as breast orgasms (an orgasm triggered mainly by sustained breast stimulation and actually felt within the breasts themselves, something that still very few have heard of at this point), the G-spot (which the latest research shows to be playing a key role in triggering female ejaculation when properly stimulated and also appears to be part of the female equivalent of the prostate, which includes the Skene glands and the urethral sponge, and some women actually almost get there but put the brakes on when getting close to this type of very intense orgasm due to a confusing sensation that makes them feel like they're about to pee), plus some awe-inspiring yet barely-known erogenous zones located in the deepest parts of the vagina, such as the vaginal fornices (sometimes referred to as the "deep spot" and the "AFE zone"/"A-spot" by Dr. Chua Chee Ann, i.e. the anterior fornix specifically in this case) as well as the cervix (aka the "X-spot") which seem to have a capacity to trigger very deep and powerful orgasms when stimulated correctly, and may also pave the way to multiple orgasms (with each subsequent one sometimes getting even more intense!).

One of the other fascinating fields of research I'm also starting to get involved with is the study of sexual energy as what may possibly be a tangible form of energy that can even be transmitted remotely between consenting individuals, as a form of long-distance sexual intercourse if you will.  And last but not least, orgasm control (e.g. "climax surfing"), full-body orgasms, as well as reported cases of sometimes extremely powerful and longer-lasting non-ejaculatory male orgasms (almost without any refractory period) seemingly triggered by the proper use of strengthened pelvic muscles (sometimes referred to as "super-O's") are also something we are planning to look deeper into. This is some groundbreaking research that could potentially have far-reaching repercussions on the well-being and the evolution of our civilization as a whole, and help make this world a better place for the generations to come.

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