Physiology of the female orgasm
Where does the female orgasm come from? But in earlier mammals, something similar is needed to ovulate. Why it matters: But when? And how? Men need to have an orgasm to release sperm, but women do not need to orgasm to ovulate or become pregnant.
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Physiology of Orgasm
Orgasms: Facts, types, causes, and misconceptions
Receives the male spermatazoa during Protects and nourishes the fertilized egg until it is fully developed Delivers fetus through birth canal Provides nourishment to the baby through milk secreted by mammary glands in the breast External Genitals Vulva The external female genitalia is referred to as vulva. It consists of the labia majora and labia minora while these names translate as "large" and "small" lips, often the "minora" can protrude outside the "majora" , mons pubis, clitoris, opening of the urethra meatus , vaginal vestibule, vestibular bulbs, vestibular glands. The term "vagina" is often improperly used as a generic term to refer to the vulva or female genitals, even though - strictly speaking - the vagina is a specific internal structure and the vulva is the exterior genitalia only. Calling the vulva the vagina is akin to calling the mouth the throat. Mons Veneris The mons veneris, Latin for "mound of Venus" Roman Goddess of love is the soft mound at the front of the vulva fatty tissue covering the pubic bone. It is also referred to as the mons pubis. The mons veneris protects the pubic bone and vulva from the impact of sexual intercourse.
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How many types of female orgasms are there, really? Researching female orgasms. This article uses the term female and male to refer to cis-gendered sexual anatomy.
March 15, Nipple orgasm? You have probably heard that women can have clitoral or vaginal orgasms. You might have even read about the debate within academia around whether vaginal orgasms even exist.