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Vaginal vs. Clitoral Orgasm: What’s the Difference?

Scientists have found that women have different types of orgasms, but what makes them different? Are some orgasms better than others?

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The ancient evolutionary origin of the elusive female orgasm

“In women, the orgasm does not contribute to reproductive success and accompanies intercourse only ‘unreliably,’ they said. So, what gives? The researchers examined many species of mammals and proposed that orgasm in women evolved from an ancient trait that once played a key role in reproduction.”

Physiologic Measures of Sexual Function in Women: A Review

“Historically, the ‘normal’ sexual response in women has been described as a linear sequence of physiologic events that involves four stages including excitement/arousal, plateau, orgasm and resolution. Sexual response in women is clearly more complex than this, and involves psychologic, emotional, and social factors in addition to physiologic events.”

Not all orgasms are the same: Women experience TWO types of climax, sonographs reveal

“For more than a century, various doctors have put forward the idea women are capable of having two different types of orgasm – clitoral and vaginal. In particular, the differences between what the two types are, as well as the reasons why, have been heavily debated.”

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