Brian Levine, MD, MS, FACOG, is board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology, also in reproductive infertility and endocrinology.
The problematic idea that genital orgasm may be the norm connection with sexual joy for people who have them may be traced returning to Sigmund Freud, at the very least in component. Freud thought that orgasming from genital stimulation alone (for example. having an orgasm that is vaginal was older than orgasming from clitoral stimulation.
Freud thought this because he thought that the clitoris had been a “male” organ, because of its similarity that is structural to penis. Wanting or planning to stimulate these “male” parts for pleasure was less feminine to him, and therefore less mature. Today, we understand that Freud’s thinking about sexual satisfaction were according to problematic thinking and assumptions that are heterosexist. Analysis has plainly shown that exactly how people who have clitoris and/or vagina orgasm, is extremely adjustable. Read more “IMaking orgasm an objective can also distract through the great things about sexual joy”