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What makes sex feel good?

Dr. Mehmet Oz, MD
Cardiology (Cardiovascular Disease)
Male and female genitalia are both filled with tons of nerve endings, making the skin very sensitive and superprimed for arousal. On a woman, the clitoris, which lives under a hood of skin above the labia, has loads of nerve endings that feel good when touched or rubbed. But women can also be aroused simply by touching the skin elsewhere on the body (especially the breasts), through penetration into the vagina, or when the G-spot is stimulated. The G-spot, a fairly recent “discovery,” is a much-argued about, highly sensitive area of the female anatomy at the top, or ceiling, of the vaginal wall. Stimulating this area can induce powerful, room-spinning orgasms in some women.

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