Women who have sex more frequently have better developed brains


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Researchers found an association between the frequency of genital intercourse and the thickness of the individually mapped genital field. — Relaxnews

A new scientific study published last week has identified the brain region linked to genital touch in women, and found that it was more developed in volunteers who reported having more sex.

The research involved stimulating the clitorises of 20 adult females while their brains were scanned using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI).

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