A group of researchers have come out with a shocking claim, that there is no such thing as a vaginal or clitoral orgasm and that the G-spot is a myth, while adding that what exists, instead, is ‘female orgasm’.
Their findings, published in the journal Clinical Anatomy, found that the whole of a woman’s nether regions are stimulated effectively. That includes the clitoris, the vestibular bulbs on either side of the vagina, and the pars intermedia – a band that joins the vestibular bulbs.
They also found that most women don’t have orgasms during penetrative sex. However, while they say you can’t have a clitoral orgasm, it is still key to all female organs as it’s made from the same material as the male penis and is a woman’s most erogenous zone.