Orgasm and Fertility
Recently an industrial psychologist, surveying an area of high population in the United Kingdom, interviewed a mother of ten children; “You must enjoy intercourse,” he said, to which she replied in all honesty, “No, I just lie there like a fish on a slab.” This is shattering news for all sexologists who have realized the full strength and profundity of the female orgasm in the past decade, and would feel that here is a source of great pleasure and release of tension, beyond which lies a deep biological significance.
KeywordsFemale Genital Tract Human Semen Sexual Stimulation Female Orgasm Milk Ejection
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