The Clitoris  

LoyaltyandHonor 36M/32F
3114 posts
6/24/2005 5:30 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

The Clitoris

Many people believe that the clitoris is the center of a woman’s pleasure. They believe this because it serves absolutely no service to a woman’s body other then sexual pleasure.

During sexual intercourse the penis does not actually stimulate the clitoris directly. The penis however moves the labia minora and the movement then stimulates the clitoris, which often results in eventual orgasm.

Many tantric sex manuals teach that a woman should hold her labia open specifically so that the clitoris will not be stimulated. Sex studies have proven that clitoral orgasm does in fact make vaginal orgasms impossible. It is possible to have a clitoral and g-spot orgasm, but impossible to have a deep cervical orgasm with them.

A woman must choose what she desires…

Does she dare for the extremely powerful cervical orgasm…


Does she want to only experience what she knows best and stick to the g-spot and clitoral orgasms?

vixvoluptuous 45F

6/26/2005 9:31 pm

I appreciate the courteous response and recommendation...And as for a previous miscommunication, M'lord, you were partially correct in feeling justified to "proof" the title of the book: Orgasms; How to Have Them, Give Them, and Keep Them was FORMERLY called: The Big must have an older version. The current title is as I had offered. (And, subtitles are considered a part of a books titling)

LoyaltyandHonor 36M/32F
1241 posts
6/26/2005 6:48 am

I will offer no debate, instead I will offer a book written by a female ejaculation and female orgasm specialist.

Female Ejaculation & The G-Spot

Published 2002

This answers everything you just asked for.

I was not speaking for women, I was asking women which they would prefer. You mis-read what i wrote. It was a question and not a judgement.

vixvoluptuous 45F

6/25/2005 9:36 pm

For someone who has never provided a woman with either type of orgasm...nor will you ever feel the "difference" between the can you be so derogatory re: what a woman may desire? And, if you're determined to prove your point, instead of only refuting the one orgasm and it's "causes"(clitoral, in this case), try proving the other through explanation of how it's achieved and how it differs physiologically, emotionally, etc. I'd be curious to see you make a point without grand sweeping platitudes and an "I dare you" mentally usually reserved for children.

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