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stressI'm back in school this fall and I spent just enough time away to forget just how stressful it can be. With two midterms this week and a conference on Saturday, I've spent 8-10 hours studying for the past three days. I am mentally exhausted and sadly, my body is starting to feel it too.It's at times like these when our bodies and minds can most benefit from the relaxing benefits of orgasm. Like yoga and other forms of exercise, working really hard and then relaxing releases stress and tension. I am well aware of this but stress does not equal feeling sexy or desirable for me. I can barely get out of my head enough to stop studying and read the New York Times or boingboing.net, let alone concentrate fully on pleasure and disengage the analytical part of my mind. Since I already have enough problems keeping my thoughts at bay during sex, it's even harder when visions of equations and research designs are floating through.In more ways than one our minds are truly are biggest sex organ. They register when someone is attractive or not, then help send hormones and neuro-chemicals coursing through our bodies and brains that make us feel good, they send messages to our muscles to contract and when someone says "I want to lick your pussy", it's not your pussy that hears that, it's your brain. Thus really, your brain is what is really what is getting all wet. Our genitals are just the physical manifestation of what's happening in our minds.So, what's a girl to do? I'm thinking about jerking off in the morning when I'm not tired from the day. I've also started keeping erotica right beside my bed as a little reminder than instead of doing some other reading, I should concentrate on that instead. I may buy a new toy so that I'll be more motivated to try it out. Hopefully my brain won't act against its own best interest with all of those stimulants around.How does stress affect your sex life?