Here's the musical note that can make women orgasm on sound alone

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Feb 20, 2017, 12:47 pm IST
Updated Feb 20, 2017, 12:47 pm IST
Several people have tried out musical notes to make women orgasm and a specific instrument might hold the key.
One said the note had his girlfriend scream in pleasure (Photo: Instagram)
 One said the note had his girlfriend scream in pleasure (Photo: Instagram)

The female orgasm has been an elusive subject for a long time as researchers keep trying to figure out its significance and men try to figure out more ways of making women orgasm with rising awareness and women prioritising their pleasure in bed.

Everything from rare flowers to various acts in bed and personality traits have been suggested for women to get an orgasm, but there is an idea that women can orgasm from a specific musical note with almost no effort involved.

 

Several people have been trying to figure things out and have been posting their experiences on the internet. One guy wrote that he asked his girlfriend to sit on his bass amp and played the F# note, he later claimed that it worked and the girl ended up screaming in pleasure.

The answer to this may lie in the fact that orgasms may have a lot to do with vibrations which play a major part in musical notes, and getting the sound right can hence trigger an orgasm. While the idea of someone climaxing on sound alone may seem bizarre, but people have been working on decoding this.

 

An instrument called the Blaster Beam invented by David Huxley and featuring in the Star Trek soundtrack from 1979 is also considered to have the power to induce orgasms from sharp sounds. Some claim that when it was played at a concert in 1990 in New York, several women spontaneously got an orgasm.

One person wrote that when he played the Blaster Beam sound, the expression on his female friend’s face suddenly changed as she asked him to play it louder. She then fell half in a chair and said that she loved the music.

David Huxley himself told Broadly that the phenomenon is apparently true and that many women have even thanked him for it. He explained that the Blaster Beam triggers a sacral chakra two inches below the naval and a root chakra at the bottom of the spine. He says it’s the lowest note, even below the ‘E’ note on the piano.

 

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