Female orgasms: How they work and how to get them
In the wonderful world of sexuality, few concepts are as poorly understood by the public as the female orgasm. In fact, for hundreds of years, the female orgasm’s existence had been denied, or even decried as a mortal sin.
[MyJoyOnline, 8/11/19] It’s only in the past half-century or so that women’s orgasms have truly started getting the understanding and attention they deserve, thanks to the pioneering work of sex researchers and the efforts of the feminist movement.
But exactly how do orgasms work? And how can you make a woman orgasm? In this article, we’re going to take the time to demystify the science behind the female orgasm and answer all your burning questions.
What Is An Orgasm?
The orgasm is one of the stages of the human sexual response cycle. It’s characterised by intense feelings of pleasure, rapid breathing, a ramped-up heart rate, and a series of involuntary muscle contractions around the region of the genitals, which are engorged with blood. Orgasms can last up to 30 seconds and are followed by a stage known as the resolution phase, during which blood drains from the sex organs.
The male orgasm coincides with ejaculation, during which semen is squirted from the penis. Men’s penises usually go flaccid after their orgasm as they enter a phase called the refractory period where they can’t orgasm again for some time.
The Female Orgasm
Women orgasm somewhat differently from men. For one, while the feeling of pleasure for men is mostly localised to the penile region, women experience orgasmic pleasure from head to toe. Also, unlike men, women have a very short or even no refractory period, and can even achieve multiple orgasms if they’re further stimulated….
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