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The Female Orgasm Explained Through Your Favorite Science Experiments

Who knew colorful milk could accurately represent a G-spot?

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Wired magazine recently created a video teaching viewers about the female orgasm using science experiments you loved as a kid.

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But before we get started, you'll never be able to forget dropping Mentos into Diet Coke as a visual for male ejaculation.

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You're welcome.

There are over 8,000 nerve endings in the clitoris, as shown by this happy magnetic putty.

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That being said, 70% of women need direct clitoral stimulation to have an orgasm.

In a recent study, 20% of women said they had experienced an orgasm just from kissing alone!

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Accurately represented by the common oil and water experiment.

The "Egg in the Bottle" trick represents the 94% of women who have orgasmed from anal sex.

And let's just talk about the color-changing milk experiment being a metaphor for the G-spot.

After orgasming, endorphins, prolactin, and oxytocin are released, chilling you the f*ck out, as shown by these dry ice bubbles.

A recent study found that a woman's pain tolerance increased 107% after orgasm, represented by this "Bed of Nails" trick.

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That's right women, we're strong AF.

And yes ladies, orgasmic childbirth is possible. Maybe you're part of that small percentile.

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There's only one way to know...

LET'S HEAR IT FOR SCIENCE AND VAGINAS.

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