I've spent some time on this forum, tonight. And to my astonishment I find that some people (in our day and age), still don't know much about female physiology. Not even about the basics. An example, there's a woman on this forum who said that women cannot clitorally orgasm during penetrative sex "because the clitoris is on the outside of the vagina" and, insulting our intelligence, she added "but i'm sure you pound away none the less." This ignorance is widespread, and can be explained by a total lack of knowledge on the physiology and anatomy of the clitoris. Had this person known the by now world famous work done by the Royal Melbourne Hospital, where scientists made the first ever multi-dimensional scan of the clitoris, she would not have uttered such ignorance. To help this person, and others who don't really know what the clitoris looks like, and consequently, how female orgasms are induced, here's that famous picture: http://media.artevod.com/14110_clito_bulbes-2.jpg The tiny extremity at the top of the image, is what whas previously thought to be the "clitoris", and which is shown as such in old handbooks and illustrations. In fact, now we know that the clitoris is about 200 times larger than that, and stretches all throughout the vulva, even around the urethral and vaginal openings, and far in and around both labia minora and majora. Now you easily understand why women have no difficulty in reaching clitoral orgasms from penetrative sex.