The science of a womans orgasm
The study, which was conducted in partnership with OMGYes, a company focused on "the science of women's pleasure," surveyed more than.
Human females don't need to orgasm to successfully reproduce, but a similar event in earlier mammals is required. When did this divergence.
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Where Does the Female Orgasm Come from? Scientists Think They Know - Scientific American
Description:Share via Print An egg is fertilized by sperm. But in earlier mammals, something similar is needed to ovulate. Since Aristotle, researchers have looked for the biological and functional purposes of the female orgasm. Men need to have an orgasm to release sperm, but women do not need to orgasm to ovulate or become pregnant. Some researchers have suggested that orgasms persist because they have a psychological function in reproduction—they feel good, so they encourage women to have more sex. The researchers behind the new study ask: