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The anatomy of intercourse

The anatomy of intercourse

During male-female intercourse, the penis enters the vagina and is stimulated when it rubs against the vaginal walls. The muscles of the vagina contract and grip the penis. The clitoris retracts and the pressure on the clitoral hood during penetration may stimulate it indirectly.

The anatomy of intercourse
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