Science Behind Woman Or-gasm

Rose McQueens
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Few ideas in the fascinating world of s£xuality are misunderstood by the general public with the female org- asm.

In fact, the existence of the female org-asm had been disputed for hundreds of years, if not fully condemned as a grave sin.


Women’s org-asms have only recently begun to receive the understanding and attention they rightfully deserved.

Thanks to the pioneering work of tlof tlof researchers and the initiatives of the feminist movement.

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When a man ejaculat*s, semen is released from the p3nis during org- asm.

Men’s p3nises typically becomes flaccid after org-asm because they are about to enter a period known as the refractory period. 

This is when they won’t be able to org-asm for a while.

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Compared to men, women org-asm considerably differently.

For starters, women feel the org-asm pleasure from head to toe but in  men they typically just feel it in the penile area.

Additionally, in contrast to men, women have a very short or even nonexistent refractory period.

And with additional stimulation, can potentially produce several org- asms.

When a woman org-asms, some of them ejaculate in the sense of squirting fluid.

Despite the paucity of research on female ejaculation, Skene’s glands, which are in charge of lubricating the punani when a woman is aroused, are assumed to be the source of the fluid.

Only 18% of women, according to research, are able to achieve org- asm by a punani penetration alone.

In stark contrast, males nearly always succeed in achieving org- asm during penetrative tlof tlof.

With this new acquired mentality of S3x and org-asm, couples can keep in mind to satisfy each other to enjoy the full pleasures of tlof tlof.

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