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The Female Orgasm Explained
The female orgasm is one of the most mysterious things in nature - especially to men. Here are some tings you may not know that can help your sex life. The female orgasm is one of the most mysterious things in nature - especially to men. Here are some tings you may not know that can help your sex life.

Unlike the male orgasm, the female orgasm is a bit of a mystery. Many men are frustrated and even slightly daunted by trying to help their partner experience the wonders of the orgasm. There are three main reasons for this mystery and confusion:

  1. The true purpose of a female having an orgasm is not clear. A male orgasm has a very important physical function in providing sperm to fertilise a woman's egg and therefore ensue the survival of the species; this is true for humans and all other mammals. However, a female orgasm has no clear biological function, despite various theories being suggested.

  2. The clitoris is the only part of the body in any creature whose sole purpose is to provide pleasure. It seems to have no practical purpose other than the woman's enjoyment of sex and also the general effects on wellbeing that orgasms have for men and women.

  3. Because there are no clear physical signs of having an orgasm (such as ejaculation for a male), many men are often unsure if and when their partner actually does have an orgasm during lovemaking. This of course results in some women actually 'faking' an orgasm so that their partner will not be disappointed with them not 'coming' or perhaps even to get things over with more quickly! Whatever the reasons, many males ask their partners to tell them if and when they are having an orgasm.

To achieve an orgasm, most women report that they need to have direct stimulation of the clitoris. There are some women who can achieve an orgasm through vaginal intercourse alone but these are quite rare.

In fact, even with clitoral stimulation, a significant proportion of women cannot climax at all. Many reason are given for this, both physical and psychological although the majority of women also report they do not need to orgasm (at least not all the time) to enjoy sex.

The key to a woman having a great orgasm lies in her ability to relax and let go, feeling comfortable with the person she is with. It also has a lot to do with foreplay. If the man goes slow, and allows the woman to get aroused sufficiently - which normally takes longer than for a man - then there is a much greater chance of her having an orgasm.

The female orgasm is one of the wonders of nature, enjoyed by women - and men - alike.