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So, since I’ve mentioned the clitoris in the several past entries, let’s talk about it a little more. The clitoris is oftentimes the most misunderstood part of women’s genitalia. Men seem to know little about it, and many women don’t know much more about it than men. What is it? What does it do? The […]

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By popular demand (or at least one demand), today’s entry will make a complete circle of Masters and Johnson’s human sexual response cycle.  So, what happens after arousal?  For women (and sometimes men), arousal does not always result in the obvious:  orgasm.  Many women have trouble reaching orgasm, while many others reach multiple orgasms.  These […]

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What IS female arousal? With men, it is pretty straightforward to determine whether a man is aroused or not. Is the penis erect or not? Of course, there are nuances to this but, overall, that’s the litmus test for men. What physiological signs are present when a woman is sexually aroused? When sexually aroused (usually […]

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While there are a myriad of possible gynecological surgeries, which ones do women elect to have performed?  In the past tubal ligation and varying degrees of hysterectomy have been the most popular elective gynecological surgeries.  In the 1990s, though, elective c-sections began to boom.  Recently, however, a growing movement has developed in backlash to the […]

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Diaphragms are a popular type of contraception that consist of a sheath of silicone or latex around a circle-molded spring that is placed in the vagina prior to intercourse to prevent sperm from entering the uterus.  Having discussed with many women my age various types of contraception, the diaphragm is probably one of the least […]

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In school growing up there were numerous crab jokes made by my classmates.  If we wanted to give the ultimate insult we would say, “S/he’s got crabs.”  Of course, we didn’t really know what crabs were.  We knew vaguely they were something one acquired in the genital region generally from a sexual encounter and are […]

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The word cervix has only recently come to refer almost exclusively to the portion of the uterus that narrows between the vagina and the body of the uterus (corpus uteri). Cervix is from the Latin for “neck” and uterus is from the Latin for “womb.” Thus, the cervix is the neck of the womb–strange imagery, […]

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