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Apparently a musical note featured in the Star Trek soundtrack can make women orgasm

We all know that the female orgasm can be tricky to trigger (for men anyway).

Which is why there’s no shortage of bizarre and tedious-sounding suggestions for women and their partners to help achieve orgasm.

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But one that apparently requires almost no effort at all, is the claim that women can orgasm by listening to a specific musical note.

It’s supposed to make women quiver without any actual physical stimulation.

And if you look online, you’ll find endless forums full of men debating its existence.

One intrepid scientist on Ultimate Guitar writes that he plans on conducting an experiment with his f*ckbuddy by making her sit on his bass amp before playing F# a lot ‘to see if it gets her where she wants to go’.

The deeper the note, the deeper the vibration (which is what a vibrator is).
Seems fair enough.

But one guy took this idea further and invented a machine which was later credited with being able to make women orgasm simply by being in the same room as the noise it produced.

Craig Huxley created the Blaster Beam in the ’70s – an instrument that claimed to be able to induce an orgasm in the female listener with a single note.

Originally developed for producing a range of sound effects, it produces ‘severe visceral tones’ and is famed for featuring in the 1979 film, Star Trek: The Movie.

There are claims that when it was later played at a concert in 1990 in New York, several women spontaneously orgasmed in the audience.

Speaking to Broadly, Craig claims that it’s perfectly possible for an instrument to bring a woman to climax and even says that many women have thanked him for his invention.

It’s all about stimulating the ‘chakras’, he says.

‘The Blaster Beam stimulates the sacral chakra, which lies about 5cm below the navel…it also stimulates the root chakra, located in the lower end of the spine,’ he explains.


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