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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...

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...

Intercourse stimulates only the penetrator’s sex organ

Men, both gay and straight, can enjoy the intensely pleasurable sensations of anal penetration, when combined with appropriate lubrication and a sensitive lover. But...

Confusion over anatomy only arises with a male lover

Men’s orgasm techniques are consistent regardless of sexual orientation. Once he has responded to a turn-on, a man stimulates his penis whether he engages...

The anatomy involved in heterosexual intercourse

Men always approach sex and orgasm with a focus on the penis: either through intercourse, oral or manual stimulation. There is no debate over...

Women prefer implicit explanations for orgasm

A few women have been observed in the laboratory to orgasm multiple times or with minimal stimulation. But such women are incredibly rare. Many of...

Women’s sexuality involves providing male turn-ons

Women display their bodies to gain approval from others. This behaviour is misunderstood by men who assume that a woman’s conscious behaviour (to present...