Researchers Find the Area of the Brain Linked to the Clitoris – and It Grows With Sex

The thickness of this region appears to be related to the frequency of sexual intercourse, but there is still a chance that women having more sex had a thick somatosensory cortex to begin with

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A look at the brain's somatosensory cortex.
Gid'on Lev
Gid'on Lev

Until about 200 years ago, it was believed that a man’s semen contained a tiny invisible person who during pregnancy developed in the womb until it reached the size of a baby. This preformed human was known as homunculus [Latin for “a little man”], and these miniature creatures populated legends. It could be that this perception led to the ban on male masturbation in various religions, amid the belief that it was tantamount to murder.

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