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Women’s sexuality

The sexual responses of arousal and orgasm arise subconsciously. But sexual behaviours involve more conscious decisions: we choose how we will explore and enjoy our interaction with a lover.

Reproduction: The Role of Heterosexual Intercourse

It is often assumed that women orgasm naturally during intercourse. Yet there are no research findings to support this view. Shere Hite’s work in 1976 also produced inconclusive results[i] when she asked women about orgasm. Around half said they never or rarely orgasm from intercourse. An even split hardly lends authority to women’s views either…

Female Sexuality – A New Perspective

Humans have sex in order to reproduce, to enjoy the intimacy of sexual pleasure and to form the emotional bonds that support family life. Reproduction is the prime purpose of sex. So sex is usually presented in terms of intercourse, in which female orgasm plays no role, but which as a mating act defines the…

Women Deserve an Unbiased Account of Their Sexuality

We have appallingly bad sex information today because those who are reassured by mysticism far outnumber those swayed by facts or logic.[i] You would think it was a crime to question the many contradictions in the modern portrayal of women’s sexuality. Anyone old enough to have sex thinks they already know it all. But we…

The clitoris is stimulated until climax but no more

Men’s focus on the vagina[i] is natural given their sex drive (to impregnate a female). To experience orgasm a woman needs a lover who understands the anatomy involved in female orgasm. This includes the clitoris, the labia and the entrance to the vagina. Lesbians share the same anatomy as their lovers so they know what…

Orgasm is not a vital aspect of women’s sexuality

Men approach sexual activity (alone or with a lover) already aroused and so they are easily stimulated to orgasm. Women are not spontaneously aroused and so physical stimulation does not guarantee an orgasm. Consequently, women often engage in sex without ever having an orgasm.[i] How do we define sexual activity? For sure any behaviour that…

Women substitute behaviours for responsiveness

The success of the G-spot myth is not solely due to men’s ignorance of the female anatomy involved in orgasm. Women who never learn how to stimulate themselves also prefer explanations for female orgasm that rely on male sex drive rather than on their own motivation to achieve orgasm. A defining aspect of women’s sexuality[i]…

Women mature sexually much later than men do

Women mature sexually much later than men do so a young woman[i] is very unlikely to discover orgasm with a lover. Over time a woman’s body may respond to being stimulated by a lover and her mind may respond to the more subconscious turn-ons associated with sexual activity. Women are not spontaneously aroused so it…