Psst — you over there. Guess what? We're going to talk about orgasms. Specifically, the female orgasm.
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Stop and she'll return to her baseline — and you'll start from scratch. Sexual triggers — grinding on the dance floor, Ryan Gosling movies — unleash a cascade of physiological responses that begin to prepare her body for sex. Her body starts to lubricate the vaginal canal and inner labia. The parts of her brain that process fear and anxiety start to relax, and the uterus tips upward, making the vagina longer. The process is called "tenting. Indirect touching of the clitoris will make her crave direct stimulation, adding fuel to her sexual-feedback loop. And let's not forget about the guy.
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But when? And how? Since Aristotle, researchers have looked for the biological and functional purposes of the female orgasm. Men need to have an orgasm to release sperm, but women do not need to orgasm to ovulate or become pregnant. Some researchers have suggested that orgasms persist because they have a psychological function in reproduction — they feel good, so they encourage women to have more sex.
Yeah, we know sex is more about the journey than the destination. But we all want to make it to the beach—Give. And just like sun-soaked, all-inclusive vacations, the female orgasm can be elusive, but apparently it doesn't have to be.