For centuries, women have fretted about their inability to achieve internal orgasms through sexual penetration. Millions of women sought treatment under the mistaken assumption that their inability to climax internally was mental or physical. Now new research suggests the vaginal orgasm does not exist.
Researchers say all women achieve orgasm through clitoral stimulation only.
They maintain that like 'male orgasm', 'female orgasm' is the correct term.
Historically, it was believed that women could orgasm through penetrative sex, and that G-spot, vaginal or clitoral orgasms were all different types of orgasm.
But writing in the journal Clinical Anatomy, the authors say the majority of women worldwide do not have orgasms during penetrative sex.
As a result, women have been labelled with sexual problems that are based on something that doesn’t exist: the vaginal orgasm. Source
Researchers say even when a man climaxes, it doesn't mean the woman's chance to achieve orgasm ends. They say he can stimulate his partner with his fingers or mouth.
"Touching and kissing can be continued almost indefinitely, and noncoital sexual acts after male ejaculation can be used to produce orgasm in women."
All fetal sexual organs are developed from the same group of cells that later becomes the vagina or the penis depending upon the fetal chromosomes (xx or xy) and the level of testosterone or estrogen in the womb.
The clitoris, is the human female’s most erogenous zone, often called the ‘female penis’ because it is made from the same material as the male penis.
It is possible for all women to orgasm if the female erectile organs are effectively stimulated, the researchers added.
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