by Damilola Jagun
Sorry to burst your bubble folks, but there is nothing like vaginal orgasm or clitoral orgasm, or even G-spot for that matter.
According to a recent study by Vincenzo and Guila Puppo, published in the journal Clinical Anatomy, it is simply known as ‘female orgasm’.
The study states that descriptions of female sexual organs as “interal/inner clitoris does not exist” and is an erroneous belief, because the entire clitoris is an external organ.
According to the study the, majority of women do not orgasm during penetrative sex, but the ‘vaginal’ orgasm reported by some women is in fact caused by the surrounding erectile organs.
The pair, who carried out the study, say it is impossible to have a clitoral orgasm and that women cannot orgasm without stimulation of the clitoris.
The sexologists say, “Female orgasm is possible in all women, always with effective stimulation of the female erect organs. The clitoris is a woman’s most erogenous zone, often called the ‘female’ penis because it is made from the same material as the male penis.”
The study also rubbised all the previous beliefs about orgasm, saying, “G-spot/vaginal/clitoral orgasm, vaginally activated orgasm, and clitorally activated orgasm, are incorrect terms.”