Posted: 06/21/2012 12:18 pm
Female sexuality: when asked to explain it, Freud threw up his hands in despair. Virginia Masters and William Johnson reported on it in The Human Sexual Response, studied it in action and declared it — physiologically — to be pretty much the same as men’s (except for those multiple orgasms). Embryologists tell a neat little story about the near identity of the developing penis and the developing clitoris, each billed in adult life as THE organ of sexual sensitivity and expression. It turns out, though, that despite decades of study and centuries of speculation, we know surprisingly little about clitoral anatomy and physiology, especially how the nether parts and touch sensitive organs such as breasts communicate with the brain.
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