In rats there’s a sex nerve that winds down from the brain through the intestines, completely bypassing the spinal cord. So rats still get off even when when kindly experimenters sever the other "three known pathways that connect the brain to the genitals."
If only there was a way for neurologists to figure this out in humans!
Wait, I know. Put paralyzed "frigid ice-women" in MRI machines, jerk’em off with a "stimulator," and watch the fun!
Incredibly, a Rutgers neurologist has had the same idea.
It’s hard to blame the patriarchy when paraplegics are gettin’ some, but of course the purpose of this study is not to get women off, but to create a "blockbuster drug … more powerful than morphine."