Science Thinks There Are Only Two Kinds of Female Orgasms
Everyone has a different opinion on how many kinds of female orgasms there are. For example, Women’s Health says 4, while sex blogger, Monica, says 11, and feminist sex educator Annie Sprinkle claims 7.
However, science is now saying there are TWO definitive types of female orgasms- clitoral and vaginal.
Sonography was use with the aim of visualizing the movements of the clitorourethrovaginal (CUV) complex both during external, direct stimulation of the clitoris and during vaginal stimulation.
The resulting sagittal scans obtained during external stimulation and vaginal penetration showed that the root of the clitoris is not involved with external clitoral stimulation. In contrast, during vaginal stimulation, because of the movements and displacements, the whole CUV complex and the clitoral roots in particular are involved, showing functional differences depending on the type of stimulation.
Based on the findings of this study the scientists reported two types of stimulation can be explained by the different parts of the clitoris (external and internal) and CUV complex that are involved, therefore there are two distinctively different kinds of female orgasms.