As a BoingBoing Wannabe (background info here) I figured I would just link directly to Boing Boing:
This month's Scientific American Mind unpacks the neurology of orgasm. It summarizes some very intriguing and also controversial research. For example, brain scans seem to show that orgasms aren't just about heightened arousal but also the silencing of the brain's "center of vigilance" to lose all inhibitions. From Scientific American Mind:
Full story at, you guessed it, Boing Boing.
This is library related. The original article was in Scientific American. Many libraries carry Scientific American.
If your internet provider tracks your surfing you may not want to read the article above. If that is the case you could read this article on microwaving vegetables.