By Shanayaa Suri
Q: Why do women not orgasm as frequently as men do during intercourse? What can couples do to even the score?
A: The majority of female orgasms come from the clitoris. In case you didn’t know, that is the feel-good spot towards the top of the vulva where the labia meet. Unfortunately, during intercourse, this area is not stimulated. To increase the likelihood that a woman will climax during penetration, couples can incorporate vibrators (and even fingers) into their sex play. This will ensure that the clitoris is not left out of the equation.