Great Sex: A Matter of the Mind

Fill in the blank: the bigger the ______, the better the sex.

Get your minds out of the gutter, guys and gals.

Apparently, a big, healthy brain is the underground key to a steamy sex life.

In a recent article, Dr. Daniel Amen claims that sex—for the most part—occurs in the brain, specifically the part of the brain considered “the seat of orgasmsâ€? which he calls “the B-spot.â€? The brain, the biggest and most responsive organ in the body, has the power to intensify your sexual pleasure, according to Amen, an O.C.-based clinical psychiatrist.

Have we spent all this time trying to satisfy the G-spot when the B-spot is really responsible for great sex? Amen would answer in the affirmative. “To have a great sex life, you have to have a great brain,â€? Amen told The Columbus Dispatch.

And what exactly are the characteristics of a “great brain?â€? Well, brain eminence can be achieved via ordinary good health practices: aerobic exercise and a healthy diet.

Also, you may want to revise your wake-and-bake/keg stand routine. Amen says that abuse of drugs and alcohol shrinks that actual size of one’s brain. And when it comes to a “great brain,â€? the bigger, the better.

After digesting Dr. Amen’s theory, I had an odd revelation which has left me with only one piece of advice for those college students seeking a hotter sex life. Transfer to an ivy-league school.

My logic: where do healthy, constantly stimulated, undamaged-by-drugs-and-alcohol brains linger? Only on the quads of our finest, most party-lagging institutions!

Screw pitying nerds. Not only will they make more money than us average folk in the future, they already have better sex lives.

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