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Anytime you find yourself on the verge of complaining about PMS and childbirth, both of which are hell on earth, consider this: Women are magical unicorns who can orgasm in a lot more ways than one. Contrary to what you might have been told for decades, the clitoris — though capable of providing the granddaddy of all orgasms — isn't the be-all and end-all of pleasure. Here's what you need to know about six of the other ways you can get off — because, hey, orgasming is good for you. Like, literally. The G-spot has held court as the clit's main rival though I prefer to use the term "accomplice" for sexual satisfaction for a while, but even seasoned sex enthusiasts can find it challenging to locate the spot. And, of course, once you heed the advice of every sex expert ever and insert two lubed fingers into your vagina with your palm up and feel around for that mysterious rough patch, you may be disappointed to find you feel, well, very little of note.
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Let that sink in. Going back even further, in , a Yale urologist speculated that the so-called g-spot was actually just an extension of the clitoris. Especially when we know that research and clinical studies on femme pleasure are extremely lacking. Basically, the explanation is that all orgasms — even the ones classified as vaginal, are technically clitoral orgasms. This means the clitoris is responsible for the feeling of a vaginal orgasm, which is confusing of course since clitoral orgasms are commonly associated with external stimulation only. So while you might identify vaginal and clitoral orgasms as two different animals, the source of the pleasure actually comes from the same spot: the clitoris. Sexologist Susan Kaye, PhD , explains that there are no nerve endings in the vagina itself think about it: childbirth is painful enough but that the feeling of vaginal orgasm comes from the backside of the clitoris and its nerve endings being stimulated.
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