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Study Says Vaginal Orgasm Is Non-existent

Study Says Vaginal Orgasm Is Non-existent: omghana.com

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Here’s a PSA for you: concentrate on the clitoris.

New research has found that it’s the key to all female orgasms.

According to Mail Online, the research claims also that there no such thing as a vaginal orgasm, a clitoral orgasm or even the tirelessly pursued G-spot, and that “female orgasm” should be used as a blanket term to describe any time a woman gets off.

For eons now, it’s been believed that women could get off through penetrative sex, and that G-spot vaginal or clitoral orgasms differed from one another. But according to the study published in the medical journal “Clinical Anatomy,” the majority of women all over the world do not have orgasms during penetrative sex, and that the clitoris is more crucial to coital bliss than all the rest of the stuff that goes on down in the southland.

The study also maintains that it is possible for all women to have an orgasm if their erectile organs—which include the clitoris, vestibular bulbs and the corpus spongiosum—are effectively stimulated.

Now we just need to figure out this whole effective stimulation thing.

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