WHOA! There's No Such Thing As A Vaginal Orgasm, Says Science

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Uhhh... what?!

For years, women have claimed they can orgasm during penetrative sex alone. We've seen it movies, porn, and TV: the elusive vaginal orgasm. But we're here today to tell you that we've all been living a big fat lie.

Science has declared the vaginal orgasm does NOT exist. And if that wasn't enough, the G-spot everyone's been searching for is a total sham. 

Thanks to a mind-blowing study published in Clinical Anatomy, orgasms via thrusts have been officially put to bed. It's a fact: women worldwide don't orgasm during penetrative sex. Researchers say there's no anatomical structure in a vagina that could get a woman off.

So what does this mean?

1. We have a lot of fakers on our hands.

Both the women pretending to get off during jackhammer sex and men who have "found" the magical G-spot are liars, all of you.

2. If it wasn't already, your clitoris is your only ticket to pleasure town.

Female orgasms during penetrative sex are definitely possible, but — sorry, penises! — it's only clitoral stimulation that's getting her off

3. There's good news for women who can't orgasm.

You have also been living a lie. "In all women, orgasm is always possible if the female erectile organs, i.e. the female penis, are effectively stimulated during masturbation, cunnilingus, partner masturbation, or during vaginal/anal intercourse if the clitoris is simply stimulated with a finger," says study co-author Dr. Vincenzo Puppo. Yes, he just called your clitoris a female penis.

Lastly, Puppo (aka Man Of The Year) declared that male ejaculation doesn't automatically mean the end of sex for women.

"Touching and kissing can be continued almost indefinitely, and non-coital sexual acts after male ejaculation can be used to produce orgasm in women."

You already knew that, but now that it's science it gives you all the more reason to spread the word.

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