Why do women orgasm? Study reveals more clues
More clues to the “intriguing” existence of the female orgasm have been unearthed in a series of experiments that saw rabbits being put on SSRIs, US researchers report.
The findings suggest that the human female orgasm harks back to a time when ovulation was triggered by copulation.
Today, some mammals – including rabbits, cats, and camels – display copulation-induced ovulation (CIO). But humans don’t.
The researchers hypothesised that if the neuro-endocrine mechanisms underlying human female orgasm evolved