The Complexity of Female Orgasms
Evolutionary scientists have never had difficulty explaining the male orgasm and relating it to its importance in reproduction. Issues of human sexuality have been studied and documented since the early 20th century and one issue of controversy that researchers have continuously dealt with has been the female orgasm. Women have a wide array of erogenous zones. This female characteristic is extremely complex, resulting in questions to what causes the orgasm and what different variations there are, along with the ejaculation fluid that sometimes results from it. The goal of an orgasm is to reach a climactic peak. There are four common types of orgasms: regular, multiple, extended, and expanded orgasms. In a regular orgasm, climax is usually a series of ten to twelve contractions over several seconds. The climax feels extremely good, though brief, and there is often a physical and mental letdown period immediately afterwards. It can be an effective tension release, and, of course, it can create a sense of bonding with your partner. Multiple orgasms result in a series of regular orgasms experienced over a short period of time. Usually there is only a partial letdown after each orgasm or climax, before peaking again, to go over another climax. These peaks remain at about the same level of intensity. An extended orgasm is a single orgasm that maintains the level of pleasurable sensation at climax over a period of time. The climax is often rounded or flat like a plateau. There's no limit in length of time; however, one does need to build up the length of extended orgasm. Lastly, an expanded orgasm is a path of expanding both sensual awareness and consciousness while receiving genital stimulation. Expanded orgasm uses one's own pathways of body, mind, emotion, and spirit to create maximum expansion opportunities. Expanded orgasms are an added dimension of experience during regular, multiple, and extended orgasm, where the...
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