The Genius Sperm Bank was created in the late 1970s by Robert Klark Graham, an American millionaire optometrist. Officially named the Repository for Germinal Choice, its aim was to breed highly intelligent people in order to save the world from genetic decline. Graham believed he could achieve this by getting clever men to donate sperm.
A Hundred Orgasms A Day: explains how Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome or PSAS causes this unusual condition. PSAS is a little know neurological disorder where women have symptoms of continuous uncontrollable genital arousal. This condition is unrelated to any kind of sensations of sexual desire. This is the story of 3 women who were tormented every hour of everyday with the need to have orgasm.
Caution: R rated
Actor Val Kilmer lends his voicing talents as your narrator while exploring both the damage being done and community efforts to take back America. American Meth is a cross-country journey that focuses on several facets of the methamphetamine epidemic and its effects. From the oil fields of Wyoming and New Mexico to the homeless in Portland and the teens of Montana, filmmaker Justin Hunt spins a blue-collar tale of tragedy and triumph.
How much pain are we prepared to put up with if the reward is right and what would happen if we couldn’t feel pain at all? Pleasure is vital for our survival, without it we wouldn’t eat or have sex, and would soon die out as a species. But how does pleasure work and what gives us the most pleasure in life? In an attempt to find out, Michael Mosley learns how the hottest chilli in the world creates euphoria in the brain, why parents have an overwhelming surge of love for their newborn child and what happens if you turn your own wedding into a chemistry experiment.
My Small Breasts and I: Uncovers the complex, poignant, and sometimes amusing relationship women have with their tiny breasts. Talking candidly, three women reveal how they really feel about their own bodies and the lengths to which they’ll go to change their situation.
During the 1970's the sexual revolution enabled women the ability to lay claim to a right of pleasure in the bedroom, for the first time in public society, women were able to better understand their own bodies and discover what it actually is that enables/causes the orgasm. However, we are now 40 years since that revolution and for many men the onset and occurrence of feminine orgasm remains a total mystery.