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Secret Orgasm Man

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Austin-Powers-The-Spy-Who-Shagged-Me-1999-90s-films-27453961-1280-720Many of the okay sexual puns about James Bond have already been used in the Austin Powers franchise, so I'm sorry for this: They call me Boner, James Boner.

A 45 year old Canadian man has been experiencing an especially unusual form of synesthesia since his 2007 stroke. Synesthesia is defined as “The production of a sense impression relating to one sense or part of the body by stimulation of another sense or part of the body,”

Some people with synesthesia can taste colors, others, I guess can orgasm when they hear the score from spy movies. Like this 45 year old Canadian man who is choosing to stay anonymous. His brain translates the booming brass of the James Bond theme into out-of-body sexual sensations and brings him to orgasm.

After his stroke, the man started noticing Synesthesia symptoms like eJWT and was referred to behavioral neurologist Dr. Luis Fornazarri. Fornazarri diagnosed the man and noted that his stroke had occurred in his brain's thalamus, which processes sensory information. The thalamus repaired itself, but a little off and areas that typically don't touch ended up connected to each other.

There are no known detrimental side effects to the condition, though the man does seem somewhat distressed by his experiences. According to the New York Daily News, this man is only the second known person to develop Synesthesia after a stroke. The publication also says that 4% of the population is allegedly afflicted with the odd and rare condition “including famous figures such as Marilyn Monroe and Mary J Blige.”

Take a listen to the theme song and enjoy the ride. Whether or not you have Synesthesia, it's an erotic jam.


via NY Daily News//Image via Austin Powers 2