x.3.2.2 Anatomy

Ingenious systems like the sexual response often depend on the interaction between a variety of subsystems. This modular character makes the entire system flexible and relatively invulnerable for distortions. However, the same complexity makes them difficult to understand, especially from a mechanical stance which looks at each part of the sexual anatomy separately. Therefore we don’t discuss this sexual anatomy here in detail. Those who interested in studying the sexual anatomy we refer to Weijmar Schultz etc.) Here we limit ourselves to some general points of interest or topics of discussion and debate, such as:   
  1. Androgens
  2. Vasocongestion
  3. Clitoris
  4. Vagina
  5. G-spot
  6. Muscles
  7. Nervous system