Being a website that write mostly about online dating site, an article about female orgasm will not normally be a topic we explore. However, given that one of the by-products of introducing singles to each other is orgasms, perhaps blogging about an article that conducted research into female organism will not too far from our remit.
The article which was actually about 100 important women in 2016 was published by the BBC, Here is except and link to the full article:
You may be used to hearing about the female orgasm from women’s magazines rather than scientists, but researchers are slowly beginning to study it – and often contradicting the advice columns. Part of the problem, they say, is that the female body has been studied far less than the male body and is far less well understood.
“I call it the ring of fire. It felt like fire in a circle in between my legs and that was a constant feeling – it was burn-y itchy, and then with intercourse or even a tampon it was like a serrated knife, very painful.”
Callista Wilson, a San Francisco fashion stylist, first experienced this when trying to use a tampon at the age of 12. She was in her 20s before she finally saw a doctor.
“She seemed extremely puzzled that anything would be wrong,” Callista says. “She said: ‘You look perfectly normal so I would suggest you go to a therapist to talk about whatever’s causing you this pain, it must be in your head.'”
Full article can be found here: bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-38170324