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Vaginal orgasm and G-spot don't exist-Sex education: from EFScongress2008





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Il mio sito "Dott. Vincenzo Puppo La nuova sessuologia: l'educazione a fare l'amore - La prevenzione delle violenze": http://www.vincenzopuppo.altervista.o...
In Ebook I Dialoghi della vulva, per tutte le ragazze/donne: Spettacolo-seminario divulgativo scientifico con commenti/esperienze di ragazze/donne e 27 illustrazioni. Passa parola:
From 9th Congress of the European Federation of Sexology Rome April 13-17, 2008. The orgasm is possible in every woman because it's caused by the female erectile organs and, as in male, only one kind of orgasm exists: the "female orgasm". Sexologists should define as "complete sexual intercourse" (in other words "making love") the situation in which the orgasm happens in both partners with or without a vaginal intercourse. In sexual education we should spread certainties for all women, and not hypothesis.
G-spot, Punto G, was invented by Beverly Whipple et al. 30 years ago without scientific basis. The supposed G-spot must not be identified with Gräfenberg's name [Ernest Grafenberg]. These claims are found in numerous articles [published by the Journal of Sexual Medicine - Irwin Goldstein , by Archives of Sexual Behavior - Ken Zucker , etc.] that have been written by Frank Addiego, Beverly Whipple, Emmanuele Jannini, Odile Buisson, Helen O'Connell, Stuart Brody, Adam Ostrzenski, and others [Kim Wallen, Elisabeth Lloyd, David Puts, Khytam Dawood, Lisa Welling, Rui Costa, Alberto Rubio-Casillas, Barry Komisaruk, Pierre Foldes, Sylvain Mimoun, Aurelie Nicholas, Pascal De Sutter, Giovanni Luca Gravina, Rosemary Basson, Chiara Simonelli etc.], have no scientific basis. The correct anatomical term to describe the erectile tissues responsible for female orgasm is the female penis. Vaginal orgasm and the G-spot do not exist. Sexologists should define having sex/love making when orgasm occurs for both partners with or without vaginal intercourse.
- Vincenzo Puppo, Ilan Gruenwald. Does the G-spot exist? A review of the current literature. International Urogynecology Journal December 2012. 23:1665-1669.
- Vincenzo Puppo. Anatomy and Physiology of the Clitoris,Vestibular Bulbs, and Labia Minora With a Review of the Female Orgasm and the Prevention of Female Sexual Dysfunction.
Clinical Anatomy Volume 26, Issue 1, pages 134-152, January 2013.
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- Puppo V. La sessualità umana e l'educazione a fare l'amore. Con Aggiornamenti 2011 e 47 figure.

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