12 Interesting Facts about Female Sexuality

http://www.lilithland.net 1. According to David Buss and Cindy Meston in their best-selling book Why Women Have Sex, women who have smaller breasts are more sensitive to erotic stimulation than their more endowed sisters. Plus, breast sensitivity tends to decrease with age in all women. 2. Elizabeth Lloyd author of The Case of the Female Orgasm found that only 15 to 35 percent of women are orgasmic during intercourse without any accompanying clitoral stimulation. She arrived at this figure through analyzing a multitude of studies in the field. 3. The female genitals play a deciding role in allowing paternity. That is, the vagina is not an equal opportunity sperm acceptor but picks and chooses the best man (or sperm) for the job. It seems that the vagina is a rather hostile place for the little swimmers, kind of like a high stakes obstacle course, and many sperm are either ejected, pulverized by the acidic environment, or simply can't make it to the finish line. Only the ones that are genetically the best fit ever get the brass ring (er...egg). 4. Because of this fact, nature loves variety - particularly sexual variety. That's why in most species of life monogamy is rare. It is not unusual in the animal kingdom for a female to mate with multiple males during her breeding season. That way she gets to sample a variety of sperm and pick the one that is genetically the most compatible with her body. It is mother nature's way of ensuring healthy offspring. 5. Women are more likely to in their early thirties. At that age, fertility is starting to drop. So, to maximize what is left, they cheat (often with a better specimen than what they have at home). 6. The G-spot, which some consider to be the female prostate gland (and some argue doesn't exist at all) is a collection of paraurethral glands that can be stimulated through the upper vaginal wall. For about 66% of women, they surround the urethral glans (which is just at the entrance). But for some women, they are distributed in a more general pattern along the roof of the vagina. So, in other words, don't assume it's a spot. In some cases, it's more of a zone. 7. Not all women really have a prostate gland (G-spot). For some women, though the paraurethral glands are "technically" there, they are so underdeveloped that they contribute little

to sexual pleasure. However, there are many avenues to ecstasy. So, don't fret if your G-spot doesn't seem to do much. 8. In a laboratory setting, the record number for female orgasms was 134 in an hour. The most a guy ever had was 16. Sometimes, it's really good to be a girl! 9. Some researchers believe that the the clitoris consists of 18 separate parts; of which, the most visible portion is the tiny button (or glans). The rest of the clitoris is inside the body.

10. When a woman is ovulating (and more likely to conceive), she wears her most revealing clothes. I guess the idea is to show some skin, drum up some interest, and then get laid and make that baby - with an appropriate candidate, of course. 11. The clitoris develops out of the same embryonic material as the penis. It is essentially the same organ from a biological standpoint. 12. Women who are multiorgasmic are not only blessed in terms of sheer numbers, but they seem to orgasm quicker as well. Catherine Blackledge reported that multiorgasmic women typically climax within 8 minutes; whereas, women who are only able to orgasm once take at least 27 minutes.

References Cindy Meston & David Buss: Why Women Have Sex Elizabeth Lloyd: The Case of the Female Orgasm Catherine Blackledge: The Story of V Rebecca Chalker: The Citoral Truth David Schmitt: Sociosexuality from Argentina to Zimbabwe: A 48-Nation Study of Sex, Culture, and Strategies of Human Mating