'To find out if I really know what turns me on, I wondered whether I could lend my vagina to science like the human guinea pigs recruited by William Masters and Virginia Johnson, the famed research duo depicted in Showtime's Masters of Sex. Although the foundation established by Masters and Johnson closed in 1994, I learned that arousal was still a main research focus of its predecessor, the Kinsey Institute. Since no related clinical trial was underway when I contacted Janssen, I volunteered for a special experiment of his design, based on those he'd conducted in the past. By comparing my subjective impressions about what is and isn't sexy to objective data about what happens to me "down there," I hoped that the Kinsey researchers would reveal whether a vagina-brain disconnect was preventing me from reaching full satisfaction.'
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