I have been introduced with a chance to put in writing an article for an upcoming on-line publication. It is a matter of curiosity to me, as a result of any article you discover on this matter all goes off of a single survey taken by solely 19 individuals — 5 years in the past. I personally expertise this and I discover my outcomes are inconsistent (most notably within the conclusion associated to sexual satisfaction) with the outcomes of the survey.
This survey is for individuals with sexual synesthesia solely (involuntary cognitive experiences led to by sexual encounters, akin to seeing seemingly absent shade throughout orgasm or states of excessive arousal). I’d like it in case you discovered time to take this 10 query survey. PMs are welcome, if you wish to know extra or focus on it at extra size. Be happy to publish right here or PM me with any extra feedback (i ran out of room so as to add this selection on the survey)
[Edit: The previous survey showed that despite predictions, people with synesthesia experienced less satisfaction than the average person, possibly because of the feelings of isolation/dissociation. So far, the results appear that others feel satisfied as well… I personally find it relaxing, but I can be a bit of a loner. I don’t know if that would have anything to do with it? Feel free to elaborate your thoughts on that.]