Some Facts To Get Us Started:
- Orgasm simultaneously activates more areas of the brain than any other human activity. (And sex is a leading cause of orgasm.) 😉 When multiple areas of the brain are stimulated, new synapses (connections between brain cells) are formed. In other words, sex makes you smarter.
- People who have regular sex have much higher-functioning immune systems. A robust immune system protects you from all manner of diseases – both mental and physical.
- Sex is a great stress-reliever. (And chronic stress is literally KILLING people every day.)
- Sex establishes and strengthens the bond between two people in a love relationship. It reminds us of why we chose our partner in the first place, and acts as the glue that keeps things together when there are rough patches. Don’t believe me? Ask a divorced couple why they broke up. 9 times out of 10, LACK of sexual intimacy/connection will be high on the list.
- Sex floods the brain and body with natural “happy” chemicals. People in better moods are nicer to other people. (which puts those other people in better moods too…and the ripple effect ensues)
- Sex increases blood flow to everywhere (some parts more than others). This means better skin (the fountain of youth!), and more efficient delivery of nutrients to – and elimination of toxins from – the body’s cells and tissues.
- Sex can be great exercise. (Don’t be lazy – get on top sometimes.) Regular exercise is paramount to good health.
What does any of this have to do with boudoir photography, you ask? Well, I was hoping you might see where I was going with this, but just in case it’s fuzzy, let me lay it out for you (no pun intended, but it’s nice when it works out that way). Boudoir photography makes women feel sexy. Women feeling sexy -> women experiencing more desire -> women (and their partners too!) having more sex. (See list above for how and why that last part makes the world a happier, healthier, smarter, downright better place.)
So, on behalf of Get Shot Naked® and the boudoir photographers of the world, I say, “You’re welcome.”