There is one form of cuisine that has been easily and often overlooked by the average erotic enthusiasts. The gastric g-spot is among the hardest, yet also the most rewarding to stimulate. Followers of this culinary tradition are renowned for their secretive behaviour, as the art of sexually stimulating another human being through food is little known and practitioners until now have preferred keeping it that way.
Experienced by both males and females, the gastrorgasm is controlled by the involuntary, or autonomic gastric system and is accompanied by quick cycles of muscle contraction in the lower intestine. Gastrorgasms are often associated with other involuntary actions, including muscular spasms in multiple areas of the body, a warm, fuzzy sensation in both the abdomen and brain, and an inability to think straight.
In some cases, women, or less often men, manage to achieve multiple gastorgasms.
A number of key areas along the abdominal tract can be sensitive to arousal. It cannot be emphasised enough that abuse of gastrorgasmic cookery can lead to severe addiction, the drive to eat anything in the hope for quick satisfaction and obesity.
Traditional aphrodisiac and gastrorgasmic food
The traditions of what does and does not increase the sexual drive of an individual are widely disputed. However what few seem to understand is that an aphrodisiac dish is intended to increase the sexual drive of the individual, while gastrorgasmic cuisine aims to coitus while eating and digesting the food.