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Why female orgasm is still a mystery?


Female orgasm is triggered by stimulation of Clitoris and in the history of sexual anatomy, the clitoris has long been dismissed, demeaned, and misunderstood. (Fun fact: when a French physician dissected this organ for the first time in 1545, he named it membre honteux—“the shameful member”—and declared its sole purpose to be urination). Only in 2005 Australian urologist Helen O’Connell thrust the full anatomy of the clitoris into the public eye. According to the discovery, clitoris is not just some pea-sized nub. Around 90 percent of the clitoris’s bulk lies beneath the surface. It is a whole world of crackling nerves and blood-pumping vessels. Helen compared the clitoris to an iceberg: underneath the surface, it was 9 times bigger people believed it was and held several times as many nerve endings as the penis. Understanding the full shape of the clitoris helps us to improve anatomy textbooks and better comprehend how female orgasm works. It is now believed that there is no separation between clitoral and vaginal orgasm, as all kinds of female pleasure is coming from clitoral stimulation - either its internal or external parts. What is unbelievable is that, starting with the ancient Greeks, it took humans centuries to develop this understanding - despite the fact that about half of the population has a clitoris. So today’s women are lucky in a way to live with a better understanding of their own body😌