The thickness of the cortical area depends on the female in relation to its use.
The exact location of the brain region that represents genital contact depends on the female.New research JNeurosci We also found that the more frequently participants had sexual intercourse, the thicker the area.
The somatosensory cortex devotes space to the brain to detect contact with each part of the body. However, the exact location of the female reproductive organs on this map was controversial. Previous studies have shown inconsistent results due to the inaccuracies of the mapping method.
Knop et al. We used fMRI to map the exact representation of the female reproductive organs by measuring the brain’s response to the vibrating membrane in the clitoral region. This study was designed to take great care to avoid the discomfort that participants may experience when targeting such sensitive body parts. The somatosensory cortex represents the genitals next to the waist, consistent with the anatomy of the body. But the exact location was different for each woman. Genital thickness varies with the frequency of sexual intercourse, suggesting that the structure of the area changes in relation to its use. These results enable future studies investigating the role of the genitals in healthy sexual function, sexual dysfunction, especially the long-term consequences of sexual abuse. Based on this accurate mapping, future work may target genital representation for the treatment of clinical conditions.
Reference: “Sensory of Reproductive Expression Fields in Human Females-Structural Changes Related to Tactile Function Mapping and Use” December 20, 2021 JNeurosci..
DOI: 10.1523 / JNEUROSCI.1081-21.2021
How the female brain responds to genital contact – and how it changes between females
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