People Believe Vaginal Orgasm is a Myth
Female Orgasm Misconceptions
orgasm (female sexual satisfaction) is the single most misunderstood and
misrepresented factor in the whole penis size debate. There are
people (even women) who falsely believe that all female orgasms originate in
stimulation of the clitoris and that there is no such thing as
vaginal orgasm. Consequently, they say, penis size has
no importance in female orgasm.
widespread fallacy was caused by the flawed reports of three
famous sex researchers:
the 1950's part-time
molester Alfred Kinsey and his researchers wanted to discover what
parts of the female genitals were most sensitive to sexual stimulation.
They tested more than 800 women by softly touching sixteen points including the clitoris, labia majora and
minora, vaginal lining, and cervix.
They used a device similar to a Q-tip. However, the vagina, in
particular the area of the G spot, responds to deep pressure and not
to soft touch. They concluded in error that the clitoris was sensitive and the vagina was not.
In 1953 Kinsey said "the vagina is relatively devoid of nerve endings"
and ridiculed the notion of a "vaginal orgasm."
A decade later,
the couple William Masters and Virginia Johnson
tried to bury the vagina forever. Based on the research of
Kinsley, they mistakenly concluded that clitoral stimulation was the
only source of sexual sensations (in the genital region).
In 1968, feminist
Shere Hite wrote the famous Hite
Report in which she attacked the importance of the vagina in
women's sexual satisfaction. All sensations are clitoris-based she
said. For her it was simply a way to undo men from their
potential power over women's pleasure, since a big penis would not
make a difference to their satisfaction.
penis-envious, frustrated, anorgasmic housewives
jumped on the feministic bandwagon to spew their disrespect for men
and shouted that they never climax from penetration alone. There could be
no such thing as vaginal orgasm
they said, since they always needed stimulation of the clitoris to
climax. They failed to admit that their lack of vaginal orgasms was
most likely the consequence of their husbands' inadequate penis
size and/or lack of bedroom skills and stamina.
their hysterical hatred towards men, they claimed that anything
that goes in the vagina is by definition anti feminist. If only they
would have known that they were the true anti-feminists themselves, because it is exactly
women's vaginal pleasure that gives them their power over men.
Although Kinsey and the duo Masters and Johnson were extremely important
to give sexuality its deserved status, their errors about vaginal
orgasm are far reaching. Even
today many sexologists base their knowledge exclusively on the
research of Kinsey and Masters and Johnson. Later I will show you how such sexologists use these false
principles when responding to men's penis size questions (see
page 25 Examples of Experts' Free "Help").
The last four-five decades men's obsession with penis
size has increased. Many people blame this on the post world war American culture where everything needs to be
big to have value. However this is a cheap and
false explanation. It is more likely that those who have denied the
existence of vaginal orgasm are responsible for
this problem. They planted the doubt and hope in men's mind that maybe penis size doesn't
matter to women's pleasure, although instinctively men know it does,
hence the conflict within.
penis size issue is damaging men and couples everywhere. If more than a million men in North America suffer from an undersized
penis, imagine how many more all over the world. Millions more have the notion that their
average size penis is inadequate for women. All they want is a truthful
answer to the penis size question.
deny that penis size affects vaginal orgasm is to deny these men the
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