The modern woman is not only expected to be a good mother and a professional success, but some believe she needs to behave like a porn star in the bedroom. So if a simple device could reveal whether a woman is capable of a vaginal orgasm , would it take the pressure off heterosexual women to perform? New research suggests that a simple measurement -- a "rule of thumb" -- might be the key to the pleasures of sexual intercourse. About 75 percent of all women never reach orgasm from intercourse alone -- that is without the extra help of sex toys, hands or tongue. And 10 to 15 percent never climax under any circumstances. The Internet is rife with non-orgasmic women who say they are missing out, and statistics suggest that they are a significant group.
Female ejaculation comes in two forms, scientists find
14 Facts About Female Orgasms — Surprising Facts About Women's Orgasms
It has long been a subject of debate and speculation whether women can have two different types of orgasm - one as a result of external clitoral stimulation and the other as a result of vaginal penetration. The study was carried out by measuring tiny variations in blood flow patterns during different types of sexual contact to establish how the clitoris and vaginal complex responded - either "during manual self-stimulation of the external clitoris" or "during vaginal penetration with a wet tampon," the study explains. A Mhz flat probe and a vaginal probe was used to carry out functional sonography scans. Want to bookmark your favourite articles and stories to read or reference later? Start your Independent Premium subscription today. While some say there is a difference in the orgasm achieved, others say both are the same. The scan results found that there are two types of female climax - to an extent.