Sunday, 11 March 2012

'Orgasms are the same for both sexes' say experts (and they should know!)

(Source: Alegraluz Tantra International) This item is not tongue in cheek, we promise. It comes from e-mails we receive from an organization that put us on their list some time ago - and from which we have never asked to be removed, for some reason. It is an interesting thought for those of us who are willing to talk openly about these things - however, you are warned that if you read beyond this sentence, your mental health could be in danger. Studies on psychological gender differences concludes that in the great majority of respects, the sexes are fundamentally alike. According to research carried out by Janet Shibley Hyde, Professor of Psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the similarities between men and women are far greater than their differences. (Now you're on your own>>>)
Men and women differ in some areas of sexuality but there is no difference reported in sexual satisfaction.
There was also an interesting research study by Vance and Wagner that concluded that the feelings of orgasm between men and women are indistinguishable from each other.

There are no major neurological differences between the sexes, says Cordelia Fine in her book Delusions of Gender Behavioural differences between the sexes are the result of society's expectations. 

There may be slight variations in the brains of women and men, added Fine, a researcher at Melbourne University, but it is flexible, malleable and changeable.
The problems between men and women are entirely the result of backwards thinking which produces gender role-play. It is up to us all, collectively, to rectify these sorts of damaging beliefs.

No comments: