A new research has revealed that women have the potential to experience orgasm from a number of sources around the body.
There has been an age-long debate over the importance of the clitoris versus vaginal stimulation orgasm. However, a new research has revealed important details when it comes to the female arousal and climax.
According to The Sun
, review by academics at Concordia University in Canada highlights women’s “vast potential”
to experience orgasm from a number of sources around the body – and stresses there is no set method when it comes to pleasing a lady.
These sources include the external clitoris, internal G-spot and the cervix, as well as non-genital areas such as the nipples, ears – and even the toes.
According to the research, a woman can experience orgasm from any of these areas with the right kind of touch and rhythm – which is completely unique to each woman, and depends on her own experiences of s*x and knowledge of her own body.
However, don’t get too complacent – as the scientists also believe this “formula” changes throughout a woman’s lifetime.
Senior author, Jim Pfaus, a professor of psychology, explained: “Unlike men, women can have a remarkable variety of orgasmic experiences, which evolve throughout the lifespan.
“A woman’s erotic body map is not etched in stone, but rather is an ongoing process of experience, discovery and construction.
“Orgasms don’t have to come from one site, nor from all sites.
“And they don’t have to be the same for every woman, nor for every sexual experience even in the same woman, to be whole and valid.”
He added: “With experience, stimulation of one or all of these triggering zones are integrated into a ‘whole’ set of sensory inputs, movements, body positions, arousals and cues related to context.
“That combination of sensory input is what reliably induces pleasure and orgasm during masturbation and intercourse.
“That said, we think it’s likely this changes across the lifespan, as women experience different kinds of orgasms from different types of sensations in different contexts and with different partners.”