One of the identifiers of an orgasm (regardless of gender!) is a rhythmic pattern of pelvic floor contractions that occur during climax — 1-2 hz if you want to get really nerdy about it. It’s basically going at a rate that is an involuntary body movement.

Along with the aforementioned suite of sensors, we’ve built a lot of technology and AI-guidance to identify different orgasms — first based on research such as Bohlen’s in the 1980s, and more recently, based on analyzing 30,000+ anonymous orgasms from the Lioness Vibrator.

Yeah, that’s a lot of orgasms.

If you haven’t already, you can check out the previous question (what are the sensors) to get a fuller picture of how the Lioness technology works to identify and show you your orgasm.

Also, if you’re curious to learn even more about orgasms (let’s be real… who isn’t?), check out this article.

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