June 20, Although it's impossible to know the numbers, it is common knowledge that many, many women have clitoral orgasms. With an extremely sensitive clitoris that shied away from too much touch, I instead enjoyed G-spot stimulation with partners and on my own. Then, a few years ago, I saw an article on CNN. According to Dr. Kyrin Dunston, MD.
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I, like 75 percent of women, have never had an orgasm from penetration alone. No matter how deep, stimulating or satisfying the penetration is, I need clitoral stimulation to be able to reach an orgasm. And what am I missing out on? During sex, I feel there is an expectation from my male partners that I always reach orgasm, every time. That they can just thrust really hard and deep and I will moan in ecstasy and validate their socially-constructed male imperative that they make their female partners orgasm. But it just isn't that simple. The vaginal orgasm allegedly comes from the G-spot.
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If women's orgasms were animals, the clitoral kind would be a dog. Stay with me, here! It's dependable, loyal, and predictable.
After all, there are porn videos that show women squirting out lots of fluid that varies in consistency and color. Porn involves special effects, after all. Just like mainstream movies. This is something that was long ignored by those in the medical profession because, you know … misogyny. Why would anyone need to better want to understand the sexual functioning of a woman for any other reason right?