Does the female orgasm have a defined purpose?
We all know how complex the female orgasm is where sexuality is concerned. Some men have tried so much to get their women there. On the other hand, the women who have never experienced it, try so much to get there; even when sex with their partners is aaaaahhhh ... fantastic. Is achieving an orgasm during intercourse that important?
David Buss, professor of psychology at the University of Texas and author of the book The Evolution of Desire believes the female orgasms achieve several purposes. “They could promote emotional bonding … or they could serve as a signal that they [women] are highly sexually satisfied, and hence unlikely to seek sex with other men.” :roll: (yeah right!)
Much as they serve as a signal for female sexual satisfaction, most women claim to be sexually satisfied even without achieving an orgasm. Some claim sex with their partners is boring even when they get the big 'O' every time they have intercourse.
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This makes one wonder … What does the female orgasm actually achieve? If one can enjoy sex in its absence, is it really that important?
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