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Break the mystery of female orgasm
The female orgasm has been a mystery to us for centuries, all around the world. So far, there has not been any qualitative conclusion about the G-spot, vagina orgasm and clitoris orgasm in modern sexology, although too many scholars like psychologists, physiologists, anatomists, sociologists have studied female orgasm through theory, experiments, investigation and questionnaires. In recent decades, female sexual dysfunction has received growing national attention. Fortunately, people have reached an agreement that orgasm is a normal sexual function, whether you’re a man or a woman. I will explain to you the orgasmic differences and similarities between both men and women in this report. I will also propose a new perspective to query the traditional views about the G-spot, urethra ejaculation, multiple orgasms and the so-called female orgasm. Finally, I will conclude that female ejaculation is the same as male ejaculation but not as its been previously reported. I believe my findings will intrigue all women and men just the same and I encourage you to forward my findings to all your family members, friends and associates.

What exactly is an orgasm and does female orgasm really exist? Let’s dissect the men for a minute. They have said that during their orgasms, they ejaculate fluid out of their penis' during the final stage of sexual stimulation. For many preceding centuries, a belief was adopted with the notion that ejaculation is a unique privilege for men only. In contrast, many women have emphasized the importance of orgasmic experiences but no one can identify these feelings clearly. Why is it that women experience various types of female orgasms oppose to their male counterparts? Firstly, women don’t obtain orgasms in the traditional sense, they gain pleasure. Pleasure depends on a lot of subjective factors such as time and mood, but orgasm is an objective physiological phenomenon in which its rhythm is not controlled by human feelings. Secondly, women can ejaculate as easily as men. I will explain in detail about the female orgasm in chronological order to clarify the differences and similarities between male and female.

Foreplay. This is the most common word in the study of female orgasm. It’s been overtly stated that men think about sex in 15-second intervals. Women, however, think having sex is more like a chore and are least likely to initiate sex with their partner. It has also been said that foreplay is gender-based. It serves as a purpose for women only. It is also a common misconception, nonetheless! When your senses are aroused by an external stimulus, such as porn films or fictions, you will experience physiological responses from the nerve endings and nerve conduction systems. First, the body is stimulated through visual and/or auditory processes. Then, it travels through the afferent nerve system to the brain, and finally, it affects your genitals area by the efferent nerve system. This process can take less than one second flat. Additionally, a liquid secretion from your vagina is probable but not necessary in order to achieve an orgasm. It is essential to feel excited and want to ejaculate subjectively. Most women don’t accomplish this because they have never experienced a real orgasm and within time, they lose this physiological function. This is the first and primitive obstacle in preventing female ejaculation and honestly, it is a really hard thing to change.

We have reached to a consensus that male orgasms need a series of continuing stimulations until an ejaculation has been achieved. On the other hand, female orgasms are intermittent and often multiplied during a sexual encounter. I completely disagree with this conclusion and I will explain to you as to why. The so-called female multiple orgasm does not exist! Instead, it’s simply a series of pleasure many women hope to enjoy. A true female orgasm needs continuous stimulation until ejaculation, in which feelings are spread throughout her body like an electric current, accompanied by heart acceleration and body relaxation. Women may even wish to slow down and take nerve breaks to prevent premature ejaculation and although this may extend time, it is not necessary. Most importantly, the last ten seconds during ejaculation has the highest significance in both men and women and everything else is just a pathway towards it. Another phenomenon about premature ejaculation for men, I find difficult to agree with. You will ejaculate fast if you have strong reactions to the sexual stimuli because your nerves in that area are particularly sensitive to ejaculate. Women need a long time to achieve orgasm and are unable to achieve vaginal orgasm because their partner can not maintain arousal long enough to bring them to that point. Unfortunately these premises are not tenable. Women can also ejaculate quickly, in just 1 to 2 minutes or less! This awkward situation, all thanks to Freud, the father of psycho-analysis, have made people believe that vaginal orgasms were what mature women experienced and clitoral orgasms were what young women experienced. His theory classified female orgasms as clitoral and vaginal orgasm (G-spot) until recently, since the G-spot has not corroborated by any anatomical evidence in modern sexology. Perhaps it never existed in the first place? I’m not sure. I question how one be certain of having a vaginal orgasm. On the contrary, the clitoral orgasm does indeed exist, and can lead to ejaculation every time.

Another misunderstanding about female orgasm is where the fluid comes from. According to various literatures I have researched, orgasmic secretions (fluids) stem from the urethra. If you’ve ever watched female porn stars squirt fluid across the room, it’s easy to assume this. However, the truth is, your eyes are playing tricks on you. Fact: this fluid is coming from the vagina instead. The quantity is less than that of males albeit, but your vagina is certain to feel something during those last ten seconds of ejaculation. If you wondered what expelled out of that porn star’s urethra, it is called urine, plain and simple. Women are incontinent when their bladders are squeezed. In terms of the vagina, its fluid is colorless, odorless and viscous liquid, less than one milliliter. Another note I’d like to mention when watching a pornographic film, I noticed the women always moaned from the beginning to the end of their “script”. The fact is, the female moan is incontinently in last phase of ejaculation, just like the male.

Passion. When ejaculation has been achieved, most men will lose passion to their partners immediately, also known as the roll-over-and-sleep syndrome. Women are often left dissatisfied and will either complain to their partners (or friends) or suppress their urges as if nothing happened. Why are men and women so different? It’s because the woman didn't have a real orgasm afterall. A woman will endure the roll-over-and-sleep syndrome just like any man but only if she’s had a real orgasm. They will then enter a rest period; become unresponsive to sexual stimulation and will be unable to get into another phase until after some period of time has elapsed. The length of that rest period varies on many factors such as age, health and individual sexual desire. It may take anywhere between a few minutes to a few days. It is also impossible for men and women to reach orgasms at the same time so stop with this illusion immediately or you will be a receptacle forever. Who wants to ejaculate and who wants to control the rhythm? A woman will also have symptoms such as frequency and urgency of micturition and soreness of the waist after ejaculation. She will not be able to ejaculate after 6 or 7 times in frequency but will recover after having a rest for one to two weeks. Surprisingly, the kidney plays an important role in the orgasm of both the male and female. Why, I do not know at this time.

So why does the female orgasm perplex so many men and women for so many years? The fundamental reason is because the attention is paid to the vagina and is believed that if men obtain orgasm through the female vagina, then the women should also obtain orgasm from the male penis. In fact, everyone has ignored a very important organ, the female balls, located on the insides of the labia majora, about 0.3 cm in diameter. Many women aren’t even aware they have them and anatomists have neglected them as well. Why? Firstly, it’s because they are hidden on the inside instead of being exposed on the outside like the male testicles. Secondly, according to the use and disuse theory, most women never use its function and they are atrophic little by little. Finally and importantly, living in a male-dominated world, men don’t want to think of women possessing the same homologue in their bodies, whereas women have become admirers to the male penis. Maybe it's just my opinion. Next time you’re ejaculating, pay attention to those hard little balls inside you, as this finding will be the strongest evidence to subvert all previous theories about female orgasm.

Love vs. sex. Women often say that men are the sexual beasts who think with their penises instead of their heads, whereas women can ejaculate just as easily. Love is love and sex is sex. You can fall in love with whom you desire, despite age, race, gender, or religion. Sex is just about achieving a 10 second ejaculation! There is no relationship between love and sex.

Menstruation vs. ejaculation. In my opinion, one can not enhance or prevent the other. They are not directly related. Women can ejaculate during their menstrual cycle and the only consequence of this is with the added “bonus” of bleeding during the ovulation period.

Urination vs. ejaculation. Frankly speaking, I don’t think there’s a direct link between them, well, maybe indirectly? Many women describe their ejaculation experiences like a need to pee on their partners. Truth is, the female can not urinate at all when she’s aroused. Her ejaculation will come quickly if she holds the urine in, on the contrary if she urinates before sex.

Reproduction vs. ejaculation. The female plays an important role in reproduction. Their vagina is used as a receptacle means to give birth to a new life. What they fail to enjoy is the real orgasm of ejaculation. A woman can get pregnant without herself ejaculating and that I haven’t been able to figure out why.

This paper leads us into the mysterious castle of female orgasm. We've spent centuries looking for its entrance, however, just recently we've been able to open its doors and are eagerly waiting to discover the unknown. Here are some examples has come to mind: the composition of the liquid; whether fluid contains female germ cells like sperm in semen; some other genital organs still unknown; the existence of female prostate; the mechanism of female ejaculation; and maybe if ejaculation can help fight against breast cancer, uterine cancer or menopause syndrome. I suspect these are some of the secrets hidden in this castle, waiting for us to expose one by one.

This has been a great ongoing project. Not only for the many scientists who’ve been involved with this research, but for all people world wide. The universe has its own laws filled with unclear understandings of our humanity. People have questioned about the female orgasm during the 19th century. Now, let us try our best to get the answers we’ve been looking for. Let’s start with the truth.