Most Frequent Physiological Cause of Nymphomania

In their book “Nymphomania”, Albert Ellis and Edward Sagarin represent the failure in a woman – through physiological rather than psychological reasons – to achieve orgasm as the “most frequent physiological cause of nymphomania” (p. 95). This is a highly contentious subject. Not much work has been done on it, and it is extremely difficult to say what is a physiological, and what a psychological, block to experience of orgasm.

WSR Writer

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