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Female Sexual Anatomy, Physiology, and Response

Ashley Kilgore

In this chapter, we discuss both the similarities and the differences in the anatomy, physiology, and sexual response of females. This chapter introduces the sexual structures and function of women's bodies, including hormones and the menstrual cycle. We also look at models of sexual arousal and response, the relationship of these women's experiences of sex, and the role of orgasm.

breast sexual and reproductive organs of both men and women
vulva chemical substances that serve as messengers
uterus pad of fatty tissue that covers the area of the pubic bone about 6 inches below the navel
cervix mons pubis, the clitoris, the labia majora, and the labia minora
genitals smaller folds withinin the labia majora that meet above the clitoris to form the clitoral hood
hormones end of the uterus, opening towards the vagina
vestibule thin membrane containing a relatively large number of blood vessels that partially covers vaginal opening
orgasm organ that produces gametes
premenstrual syndrome mammary gland
g-spot opening of the rectum
amenorrhea womb
mons pubis reflex that occurs when blood flow to the pelvis reaches a peak and is dispersed by rhythmic contractions of the vagina, uterus, and pelvic muscles
endometrium 2 folds of spongy flesh extending from the mons pubis and enclosing the labia minora, clitoris, urethral opening, and vaginal entrance
vagina the area enclosed by the labia minora
clitoris a set of severe symptoms associated wtih mentruation
urethra encompasses the penis during sexual intercourse so that sperm will be deposited near teh entrance of the uterus and is the birth canal through which an infant is born
fallopian tubes organ that produces oocytes
anus center of sexual arousal in the female
ovulation inner lining of the uterine walls
labia minora uterine cycle
labia majora when women do not menstruate for reasons other than aging
ovary release of an oocyte
hymen tube through which urine passes
menstrual cycle uterine tubes, or oviducts
gonad or Grafenberg spot, located on the front wall of the vagina, erotically sensitive area

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