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What is the physiological mechanism?What kind of physiological phenomenon can friction cause? Why does friction produce orgasm and generate electric current in the body?

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    $\begingroup$ You might also ask the question about touch: why can you feel contact with anything, with any part of the body: fingertips, hairs of the limbs, etc. Why the focus on ejaculation and sexual organs? $\endgroup$
    – Bryan Krause
    Jul 15 at 2:17
  • $\begingroup$ @BryanKrause and why does touch work? - the atoms are not physically touching, nor are the electrons, and there are "vast" amounts of space between objects at the atomic level. $\endgroup$
    – bob1
    Jul 15 at 2:28
  • $\begingroup$ @bob1 I assume that's rhetorical, given your participation here? $\endgroup$
    – Bryan Krause
    Jul 15 at 3:14
  • $\begingroup$ @BryanKrause: indeed, though the answer isn't known to my knowledge. Just how things interact at an atomic level is still not really understood - how can you push objects together and then separate them again? why don't the atoms merge? Quantum is weird. $\endgroup$
    – bob1
    Jul 15 at 3:18
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    $\begingroup$ @bob1 Eh, you don't really need any "quantum" to explain any of those basics... I guess the further you drill into "why why why" the further you get into quantum mechanics, but "why can you touch things" is not any different from "why does a ball rolling down a hill move slower than you'd expect from gravity alone". $\endgroup$
    – Bryan Krause
    Jul 15 at 3:22

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