December 20th, 2012

– almost everything about the Coolidge effect was pulled from its Wikipedia page…
but if you’re not a fan of reading Wikis…please read this

In biology and psychology, the Coolidge effect is a phenomenon
—seen in nearly every mammalian species in which it has been tested—
whereby males (and to a lesser extent females) exhibit renewed sexual interest if introduced to new receptive sexual partners,
even after refusing sex from prior but still available sexual partners.

seems simple enough
men like new pussy…
ding. ding. ding.
what is new pussy?
pussy that they haven’t had a taste of yet…
so once they do?
it’s old pussy…
got it?
good.

Ethologist Frank A. Beach is credited with naming the “Coolidge effect” in 1955, after one of his students suggested the term at a psychology conference.
He attributed the neologism to an old joke about Calvin Coolidge when he was President The President and Mrs. Coolidge were being shown [separately] around an experimental government farm.
When Mrs. Coolidge came to the chicken yard she noticed that a rooster was mating very frequently.
She asked the attendant how often that happened and was told,
“Dozens of times each day.”
Mrs. Coolidge said, “Tell that to the President when he comes by.”
Upon being told, President asked,
“Same hen every time?”
The reply was, “Oh, no, Mr. President, a different hen every time.”
President: “Tell that to Mrs. Coolidge.”

so even Presidents love new pussy.
nice.

Human males experience a post-ejaculatory refractory period after sex.
They are temporarily incapable of engaging in sex with the same female after ejaculation and require time to recover full sexual function.
In popular reference, the Coolidge effect is the well-documented phenomenon that the post-ejaculatory refractory period is reduced or eliminated if a novel female becomes available.

so how much do men love new pussy?
it works on them like instant Viagra
even after they’ve just got laid

all hail new pussy.

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