Female orgasm through penetration. Measurement of the thickness of the urethrovaginal space in women with or without vaginal orgasm.
Thus these results suggest that women exposed to lower levels of prenatal androgens are more likely to experience orgasm during sexual intercourse.
The anterior vaginal wall as an organ for the transmission of active forces to the urethra and the clitoris.
Footnotes 1 Narjani is a pseudonym for the psychoanalyst Marie Bonaparte whose idea it was that the distance between the clitoris and vagina affects the likelihood of woman experiencing orgasm in intercourse.
In addition, the reported failure rate for orgasm in intercourse was used to calculate the percentage of intercourse that produced orgasm for those subjects who experienced orgasm during intercourse.
The other difference is that instead of taking his weight on his elbows, the man should simply let his bulk rest on his partner's upper chest.
The direct connection between male ejaculation during intercourse and reproductive success makes understandable the almost certainty of male orgasm during intercourse.