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Enter the terms you wish to search for. Our forums are a safe, sound place to talk about sex. Our most important sexual organs when it comes to pleasure are not only usually different than we think, but operate far less independently than we assume or have been told. We’re not saying the genitals aren’t important or a big deal with sexual pleasure and experience: for most people, most of the time, they are.

There are a lot of densely packed nerve endings in our genitals, and if and when we stimulate them ourselves, wantedly have them stimulated by others, or rub two sets together, it does tend to often result in a sexual kapowie. But the kapowie experience is a lot more complicated than the stimulating of the genitals part. Sexual anatomy is also often presented as only about genitals because sexual anatomy presentations tend to privilege reproduction above pleasure and cultural thinking about sexuality often isn’t very holistic or sophisticated. Let’s face it: we also live in a world where it’s considered a lot more socially acceptable to frame sexual anatomy as reproductive than as the parts that can bring us sexual pleasure.