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Questionable study: 16% of men derive no pleasure from orgasm

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Good lord! Sixteen percent! That figure can't be right, but according to a study at Weill Cornell Medical College, for around one in six men, ejaculation is accompanied by no sensation of pleasure at all. In the words of Dr. Darius Paduch, who conducted the study, "This is astonishing." Of course, the New York Daily News article that reports this finding doesn't say how big the study was; Paduch only says "16% of men in our group," which could mean they asked twenty-five guys and four of them were confused. That would be less astonishing, actually.