Kerner suggests blackouts could be possible when sex is mixed with medication, drugs, or alcohol -- but otherwise, they're not likely. "When people orgasm they will describe an out-of-body state, or an out-of-consciousness," Kerner says. "People are very subjective when describing orgasms, so it's possible what for someone is an out-of-body experience to someone else feels like a blackout."
Bottom line: if you haven't had a truly memorable orgasm I urge you to go home and practice until you do. Or, if you're lucky enough to have someone willing to help you, call them. Immediately. You have work to do.
Is it possible to get rid of an unwanted fetish?
The word "fetish" is used far too often these days to refer to any type of sexual proclivity or preference. The actual definition of fetish is "a form of sexual desire in which gratification is linked to an abnormal degree to a particular object, item of clothing, part of the body, etc." So if you like big boobs, you do not have a fetish. Now that we have that out of the way, if you do indeed, have a fetish, can you get rid of it?