By Madlen Davies for MailOnline. For years, women have often declared they can either orgasm through sex or foreplay. But new research suggests we may all have been wrong. For there is no such thing as a vaginal orgasm, a clitoral orgasm or even a G-spot, new research claims.
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Can't resist amandapalmer pic. Wolf will settle for a world with equality on toilet walls, where there are as many clitorises graffitied as penises. And now that the giant, golden clitoris has got your attention, here are 10 facts Wolf wants you to know. Mostly invisible below the surface, wrapping around the vaginal tunnel and extending out towards the thighs. A clitoris is made up of 18 distinct parts — a mixture of erectile tissue, muscle and nerves. Both stimulate internal parts of the clitoris. Understanding has been frustrated by historical heteronormative studies of the female anatomy that assumed stimulation by a penis was necessary to orgasm; Wolf blames Freud.
Vaginal orgasm doesn't exist - the clitoris holds the key to female pleasure, study claims
It cleans itself. That's what vaginal discharge is for, after all. Having a clear or white-ish discharge is perfectly healthy, and it flushes out bacteria and old cells to prevent any unwanted pathogens from entering the uterus. So there's no need for you to come at your vagina with scented soaps —only baby shampoo, please—as you don't want to upset its pH balance.
Female genital mutilations is a widespread practice in the 4th most populous nation in the world. Here's why. Unicef says million women and girls living today have undergone female genital mutilation.