A cosmetic gynaecologist in Florida may have located ‘a clearly defined sac’ … (Yes, weird choice of words).
But while we await further scientific conclusions on the matter, we may at least reach a single hard fact: we know remarkably little about female sexuality. Indeed, it is not so very long ago that a woman’s sexual dissatisfaction was regarded as a symptom of a more general “hysteria” and treated “medically” by hydrotherapy and clockwork vibrators. And it is a long-held and still much-touted myth that women possess a lower sexual appetite than men, that, furthermore, women crave sex as a route only to children, or intimacy, or some kind of post-coital cuddle.
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