But from a standpoint of pleasure and sexual response, sexual anatomy is about far more than genitals and is far less about reproductive organs. Ultimately, all the parts of the body are potential or actual sexual organs in the context of pleasure, though some body parts or areas, overall, tend to play a bigger role for most people than other parts do. Our most important sexual organs when it comes to pleasure are not only usually different than we think, but operate far less independently than we assume or have been told. We're not saying the genitals aren't important or a big deal with sexual pleasure and experience: There are a lot of densely packed nerve endings in our genitals, and if and when we stimulate them ourselves, wantedly have them stimulated by others, or rub two sets together, it does tend to often result in a sexual kapowie.
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Mikaya Hart 1 The use of medical language mystifies human experience, increasing dependence on professionals and experts. If sexuality becomes fundamentally a matter of vasocongestion and myotonia… personal experience requires expert interpretation and explanation. Leonore Tiefer 2 My body, heart and soul have been a laboratory for research on the female orgasm. Annie Sprinkle Freud, as brilliant as he was, defined just two types of female orgasm-- vaginal and clitoral. To me, that's like saying the world is flat! As groundbreaking and invaluable Alfred Kinsey's statistics on women's orgasms in America in the mid-twentieth century have been, we have come a long way baby, since then.
The Vagina, Clitoris, Uterus and More by Share A lot of questions about how to have sex , how to masturbate, and worries about all of what's all going on down below can be easily solved by simply getting to know what genitals and other reproductive organs are all about. Many things some people presume are problems with some kinds of sex or genital function or appearance are just realities of anatomy they didn't know. It can help to get yourself a mirror, make sure you have some real privacy or at least a door that locks and some quality time to get to know your body and yourself. We'll just look at what you can see and feel, to get you started.
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