Physiology of sexual climax

 

Climax is the ultimate in sexual intercourse. It is also called orgasm. While its objective is the same in male and female, which is to provide ultimate satisfaction and terminate sexual arousal for the time being, it differs in physiological process in male and female. In the male, it coincides with ejaculation of semen. In the female it makes the reproductive organs more receptive for fecundity.

Male sexual climax

Female sexual climax


 

 

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