Illustration: iStock. Female orgasm has perplexed scientists, fuelled an equality movement and propelled Meg Ryan to fame. Now researchers say they might have found its evolutionary roots. The purpose of the euphoric sensation has long puzzled scientists as it is not necessary for conception, and is often not experienced by women during sex itself.
Six things science has revealed about the female orgasm
Six things science has revealed about the female orgasm | New Scientist
By Michael Marshall. Ejaculation is just one of the aspects of female sexuality that are being demystified by research. In particular, the female orgasm, the subject of so many myths and folk beliefs, is gradually being understood. Following some intense field research, here are some of the key facts about the female orgasm, as revealed by modern science. The G spot is a small region in the vagina that, if stimulated, can produce wildly intense orgasms — or so the popular claim goes.
By Jessica Rach For Mailonline. A relationship expert has revealed the female body is able to experience 12 different orgasms, and one even occurs while you are asleep. To celebrate National Orgasm Day on Tuesday, British sex and relationship expert Audrey Andrews has explained the different types of climaxes women are able to experience, and how to have them. Explaining there are ten more than the basic clitoral and vaginal orgasm, the therapist revealed there is also the little known 'snoregasm', which happens when you're asleep, as well as the 'coregasm', which you can experience while working out. Describing them as being named the 'Dirty Dozen', Audrey, adult toy Lovehoney's resident expert, told Femail how you can recognise- and experience, each of them.
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