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The Research of Taiwanese Females’ Orgasm and Its Stimulation to the G-Spot
Fang-Fu Ruan;Shan-Chi Chien
G-spot;orgasm;sexual pleasure of a female
|Issue Date: ||2011-05-26 10:32:17 (UTC+8)|
The purpose of this study of gender in sexual life is aimed at how to satisfy each other and oneself as a heterosexual couple, and make both sides reach the point of orgasm. Different cultures usually use different ways to deal with the same issue and have different expressions. The expression of Taiwanese females’ differs from that of other cultures when it comes to sexual orgasm. A study of the female’s G -spot, the orgasm, was conducted in 1983, by the researchers Alice Kahn, Beverly Whipple, and John Perry. The book on "the G-Spot and other discoveries about human sexuality," is published in the United States only for academic purposes . However, it has had an impact on medical uses and the community as a whole. At present, the sex issue has received concerns and brought about numerous publication of books of a kind. Yet the research probing into a female’s reaching orgasm and its stimulation to the G-spot is rarely found elsewhere. In a heterosexual intercourse, it is a man that takes control of the orgasm toward the end, whereas a women takes a rather passive role in reaching the point of orgasm.
To have understanding of female’s orgasm along with its stimulation to the G-spot can help improve the relationship between a male and a female, gain more respect of a woman’s role in the sex initiative, and promote mutual happiness and harmony
The research is on how a woman reaches into its stimulation of the G-spot, how she feels during the process of the intercourse, and the feeling of a woman in a psychological aspects it brings about, and its effect on the counterpart.
The research went on in-depth understanding of the subject.
This research was carried out in ways of questionnaires and interviews with 13 females. Its aim is to understand the relevant factors of the Taiwanese female’s orgasm and its stimulation of the G-spot, to know diversified sex life, and to enhance the satisfaction level of heterosexual mates.
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