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Between Google, school and Netflix's Sex Education , literally anyone can learn the basics when it comes to sex. But one particular educational Twitter thread is going viral and it's all because of a range of mind-blowing facts that no-one knew. This picture of a woman's milk ducts is going viral and everyone's freaking out Now, the majority of us kind of know or have been taught the basics about sex at school. We know where babies come from, that condoms are vital and, if we were lucky enough, have all been shown that graphic child birth video in science class from the 90s. However, there's lots of thing we didn't learn at school. Case in point, female orgasms.

Teach schoolgirls about orgasms, says Labour MP

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Schoolgirls should be taught about orgasms in sex education lessons, according to a Labour MP. Jess Phillips, who represents Birmingham Yardley and has two sons, made the remarks during a magazine interview. She explained that girls should be taught about sex from a young age in order to form healthy sexual relationships when they become adults. The youngest of four children, Philips said sex was openly discussed with her parents, Stewart Trainor, a teacher, and Jean, who was a senior NHS administrator. She also claimed it has helped her in politics. Phillips is campaigning for sex education in secondary schools to be compulsory by It is currently only a requirement in council-run schools.

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Surgeon General Jocelyn Elders was asked her opinion on promoting masturbation to discourage youth from riskier forms of sex. Masturbation, it seems, is something that is widely practiced, but not broadly accepted as respectable to do or talk about. The Surgeon General wondered if greater acceptance of youth masturbation might decrease penetrative sex that carries more risk of contracting HIV. We wondered if more frequent practice of masturbation by girls and women would lessen the well-known orgasm gap between heterosexual men and women. We hypothesized that masturbation could serve as practice, providing women with individualized knowledge of what kinds of stimulation were most pleasurable to them and led them to orgasm.
Meredith Chivers is a creator of bonobo pornography. The bonobo film was part of a series of related experiments she has carried out over the past several years. She showed the short movie to men and women, straight and gay. To the same subjects, she also showed clips of heterosexual sex, male and female homosexual sex, a man masturbating, a woman masturbating, a chiseled man walking naked on a beach and a well-toned woman doing calisthenics in the nude.