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Where Does the Female Orgasm Come from? Scientists Think They Know
Ok, so orgasms feel amazing. Duh. But do you know why? This is the science behind how your body makes you feel so damn good, and why the experience is . 18 Jun National Geographic Channel dives into the science behind arousal, orgasms, partner preference and sexual dysfunctions in “Sex: How It.
What Science Learned from My Orgasm - Scientific American
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Where Does the Female Orgasm Come from? Scientists Think They Know - Scientific American
Description:Zietsch and Santtila found strong orgasmability correlations among same-sex identical twins, and weaker yet still significant similarities between same-sex non-identical twins and siblings. Clearly, sexual pleasure is adaptive in the most basic of ways. Following some intense field research, here are some of the key facts about the female orgasm, as revealed by modern science. Neural activity in the hypothalamus that increases during sexual arousal is enhanced with the drug apomorphine, which works on dopamine receptors. However, they found zero correlation in orgasm function between opposite-sex twins. Many women never have orgasms during intercourse , and some also cannot have them through masturbation.