Francisco Téllez

Francisco Tellez sIn hmolscience, Francisco Tellez (c.1980-) is a Chilean psychologist noted, in human thermodynamics, for his 2003 theory of irreversible sexual reactions.

Overview
In 2003 article “Transorgasmic Sexuality”, in which he outlined a loose thermodynamics-metaphor based model of a type of sex or sexual practice that results to be a transcendent or transmutation type of “reversible expansion”, where sexual energy is conserved, rather than being quickly dissipated (as in "irreversible expansion"), in the process of lovemaking. [1] In his own words: [2]


“I compare transorgasmic sex to the activity of a nuclear reactor, which performs many mini-reactions leading to an extended, and emotionally more exquisite, pleasure … instead of [conversely] reaching climax all at once in [a] irreversible way.”

The model is meant to be an alternative to the standard four-stage Masters and Johnson model: excitement, plateau, orgasm, and resolution. Tellez’ theory is based, in part, on a modification of the psychodynamics works and theories, e.g. psychological energy, libido, ego, repression, etc., of Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung, and Wilhelm Reich. [3]

References
1. Tellez, Francisco M. (2003). “Transorgasmic Sexuality" (Sexualidad Transorgásmica), (part-1, part-2) Local Magazine, Santiago de Chile.
2. Marnia. (2008). “Transorgasmic Sex”, Reuniting.com, Aug. 23.
3. Marnia. (2008). “Transorgasmic Sex: Moreno Letter”, Reuniting.com, Jan. 11.

External links
Francisco Moreno Tellez (profile) – Blogger.com.

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