Here are a few things you might not know about female sexuality.

3 things you might not know about female sexuality

If you are a fan of the Showtime drama series Masters of Sex, you know what groundbreaking work Bill Masters and Virginia Johnson did in the 1950s and 1960s. While they pioneered the scientific research of what makes humans – particularly women – such sexual beings, the truth is that we are learning new things about sex every day. Even if you are a fully-grown and developed being, it is never too late for you to know what makes yours and others' bodies work. This can also have a positive impact on your sex life!

Here are a few things you might not know about women's sexuality courtesy of New York OBGYN and author Dr. Eden Fromberg:

  • Birth control curbs libido: Although the pill is of course useful in preventing any unwanted pregnancies, they can also have the psychological impact of making women less ready for sex. The pill can have long-lasting effects on a woman's biochemistry, which can even impact how attracted they are to their partner.
  • High heels can have a negative effect: When it comes to reaching the peak during sex, women who wear high heels regularly might find the experience negatively impacted. The reason for this is how it contracts certain parts of the body, making it more difficult to contract further during orgasm. "An orgasm is usually like going from zero to 60," Fromberg told Time Magazine. "If you're already at 55 [from wearing heels], you're not going to have a full experience."
  • Sex makes women more creative: According to Fromberg, studies have shown that women who have more fulfilling sex lives are generally more confident, productive and creative. On the other side of this, women who are being creative report having stronger orgasms than those who are not.

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