The clitoris is considered to be the only female organ designed exclusively for pleasure. And although scientists have been arguing about this for decades, they came to the conclusion that is exactly what.
A meta-analysis of 15 studies on a topic he published in the journal Clinical Anatomy showed that clitoral stimulation, in addition to providing pleasure, also leads to physical changes in a woman’s body that contribute to the successful fertilization of an egg.
Nevertheless, new studies suggest that the clitoris is needed for something else. Namely, for reproductive function.
By the way, in the middle of the 16th century, when the organ was first described in the medical literature, it was suggested that the clitoris had no functional at all and was absent in healthy women. And according to Roy Levin, a sexologist from the University of Sheffield, the functional of the clitoris is generally much wider than is commonly believed.
In particular, this slightly displaces the cervix, making it easier for sperm to pass. And also, as evidenced by the results of experiments conducted between 1966 and 217, it increases blood flow to the vagina, increases the amount of natural lubrication and balances the pH, which also contributes to reproduction.
“All these genital changes, taken together, are of great importance for the success of the campaign. And, most likely, regardless of when the clitoris is stimulated, ”Levin writes.
But he adds that his findings should not be perceived as an encroachment on female sexuality in an attempt to ennoble the latter with a significant function, but should be perceived as a protest against female genital mutilation (which, unfortunately, is still being carried out in some countries).