Sex and its mysteries will keep on baffling us I don’t know for how long. But now we all know that sex, or rather healthy, sex can be a very positive force towards healthy living. But there are questions and doubts on several aspects of sexuality and sexual intercourse.
One of such questions is the million dollar question of female orgasm. There are various reports that keeps on coming in the media portraying the scarcity or fewer possibility of female orgasm. Or on how hard it is to have an orgasm for women. There are stats showing how many women never ever had orgasm in their lifetime. Keeping in this line a recent narrative study published in the peer-reviewed journal Clinical Anatomy asserts that vaginal orgasm is a myth!
Don’t panic. Wait till you here the full story. Instead of vaginal orgasm the research claims that the orgasms that occurs in women should be called female orgasm scientifically. Now, you may probably wonder on how that makes sense.
Besides they suggests that although vaginal orgasm doesn’t exist there are ways to have a female orgasm. In this respect this study not only busts many vaginal myths but also guides our women toward having healthier and more pleasurable sexual life.
The study was carried out by researchers from the Italian Centre of Sexology and the University of Florence. Actually through busting some of the myths of female sexuality and sexual dysfunction like being unable to have orgasms the study goes on saying that the vaginal orgasm doesn’t exist. But female orgasms do.
The points behind this claims the study lays down are that after analyzing the available literature on the subject it is clearly visible that there is no scientific basis for the existence of the G-spot and there is no anatomical basis for a “clitoral-urethro-vaginal complex” which supported the idea of G-spots. On the contrary the female erectile tissue responsible for orgasms is composed of the clitoris and its vestibular bulbs, the pars intermedia, labia minora and corpus spongiosum (of the female urethra). This, say the authors, corresponds to the penis in men and can be called the “female penis”. Only through creating stimulations here that women can have orgasm. Hence the scientific term female orgasm instead of vaginal orgasm.
The vagina has no anatomical relationship with the clitoris therefor women can never have orgasm while just having penetrative sex. But can very well have orgasm if the female penis is stimulated while the penetration or otherwise through oral sex or masturbation. So, male partners should not worry about their partner’s orgasm any more as even if they happen to have their orgasm before their partners do, as it usually is the case, even then they can go on playing with their partners and help them have perfect orgasms.
Though the study we are talking about was a narrative review and therefore, were less authentic and strong as other systematic reviews. However, it surely sheds light to a pivotal aspect of female sexuality. It can be assumed that their findings will definitely help us to have more knowledgeable and pleasurable sexual encounters from now on.