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78%

masturbate

22%

never masturbate

More than 1 in 5 of American womxn have never masturbated

Tenga study, 2019.

73%

recognize a clitoris

27%

don't recognize

Over 1 in 4 people were unable to identify the clitoris on a diagram.

J Pediatr Adolesc Gynecol, 2013.

17

The CLIMAX team has selected 17 external clitoral masturbation techniques, all practiced, appreciated and tested.

107

CLIMAX interviewed 107 European womxn of all ages to gain a thorough understanding of their masturbation practices, queries and expectations. We also gathered their testimonials to create the best range of advice for partners.

21

The number of scientific studies and research used by the CLIMAX team to create a pioneering educational series on female pleasure.

+90K

Including third-party studies, a panel of several tens of thousands of people has been rigorously studied to create CLIMAX.

Well.

Female pleasure is a serious topic, and it deserves a rigorous approach.
This is why our methods are fundamentally scientific and CLIMAX is based on a series of the most up to date studies and research.

Testimonies from thousands of womxn.
Because pleasure and the numerous ways to achieve it are unique, CLIMAX has gathered surveys and testimonies from European people of all ages and sexual orientations. Everyone is different and every voice counts.

Pleasure as a common denominator.
We found that the majority of people use similar techniques. Our training is designed to help you discover and explore these proven methods of touching and caressing.

Our references

1. Tenga study, Self-Pleasure Report, 2019. Researchers surveyed 10,000 adults in nine countries.

2. Climax study, External Clitoral Stimulation Techniques, 2019. This study was conducted among 107 European women between 19 and 87 years-old.

3. Ifop study for ELLE Magazine, 2019. This study has been carried out by self-administered online questionnaire from January 28 to 29, 2019 with a sample of 1,007 women, representative of the female population aged 18 and over living in France.

4. David L. Rowland, Laura M. Cempel & Aaron R. Tempel (2018) Women's Attributions Regarding Why They Have Difficulty Reaching Orgasm, Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 44:5, 475-484, DOI: 10.1080/0092623X.2017.1408046. This study identified perceived causes for orgasmic difficulty in 452 women during partnered sex.

5. International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery survey, 2018. Results of ISAPS's annual International Survey on Aesthetic/Cosmetic Procedures.

6. Frederick, David & John, H. & Garcia, Justin & Lloyd, Elisabeth. (2017). Differences in Orgasm Frequency Among Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Heterosexual Men and Women in a U.S. National Sample. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 47.10.1007/s10508-017-0939-z. Researchers analyzed a large US sample of 52,588 adults.

7. Terpan Laboratory and SoWhat Magazine study, 2017. This study has been conducted among 580 people.

8. Hoag N, Keast JR, O'Connell HE. The "G-Spot" Is Not a Structure Evident on Macroscopic Anatomic Dissection of the Vaginal Wall. J Sex Med. 2017;14(12):1524-1532. doi:10.1016/j.jsxm.2017.10.071. Systematic anatomic dissections were performed on 13 female cadavers (32-97 years old) to characterize the gross anatomy of the anterior vaginal wall.

9. Osmo Kontula (Researcher Professor, PhD) & Anneli Miettinen (Researcher, MSSc) (2016) Determinants of female sexual orgasms, Socio-affective Neuroscience & Psychology, 6:1, DOI:10.3402/snp.v6.31624. In Finland, five national sex surveys have been conducted among a total of 12,687 people.

10. Ifop study for CAM4, 2015. This study has been conducted from November 3 to 12, 2015 with a representative sample of 8,061 women aged 18 to 69 years.

11. Debby Herbenick, Tsung-Chieh (Jane) Fu, Jennifer Arter, Stephanie A. Sanders & Brian Dodge (2018) Women's Experiences With Genital Touching, Sexual Pleasure, and Orgasm: Results From a U.S. Probability Sample of Women Ages 18 to 94, Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 44:2, 201-212, DOI: 10.1080/0092623X.2017.1346530. In June 2015, 1,055 women ages 18 to 94 from the nationally representative GfK KnowledgePanel® completed a confidential, Internet-based survey.

12. Eve Appeal study, 2016.
Eve Appeal, an association against gynaecological cancer, carried out a survey among 1,000 women in Britain.

13. Volck W, Ventress ZA, Herbenick D, Hillard PJ, Huppert JS. Gynecologic knowledge is low in college men and women. J Pediatr Adolesc Gynecol. 2013;26(3):161-166. DOI:10.1016/j.jpag.2012.12.004. This survey was conducted among 236 american students.

14. Turnbull OH, Lovett VE, Chaldecott J, Lucas MD. Reports of intimate touch: erogenous zones and somatosensory cortical organization. Cortex. 2014;53:146-154. DOI:10.1016/j.cortex.2013.07.010. A sample of some 800 participants, primarily from the British Isles and SubSaharan Africa, completed a survey of 41 body parts, each rated for erogenous intensity.

15. Komisaruk BR, Wise N, Frangos E, Liu W‐C, Allen K, and Brody S. Women's clitoris, vagina and cervix mapped on the sensory cortex: fMRI evidence. Journal of Sexual Medicine - 2011; 8:2822–2830

16. Levin R, and Meston C. Nipple/breast stimulation and sexual arousal in young men and women. J Sex Med 2006;3:450–454. A questionnaire about nipple/breast stimulation during sexual activity was administered to 301 sexually experienced undergraduates (age range 17–29 years, 95% between 18 and 22).

17. Wade, L.D. et al. “The Incidental Orgasm: The Presence of Clitoral Knowledge and the Absence of Orgasm for Women” Women and Health (2005) 42:117. This survey was conducted among a non-random sample of 833 undergraduate students.

18. The New Hite Report by S.Hite, 2000. The Revolutionary Report on Female Sexuality. This survey was conducted among 3,000 American and British women between the ages of 14 and 78.

19. Darling CA, Davidson JK Sr, Jennings DA. The female sexual response revisited: understanding the multiorgasmic experience in women. Arch Sex Behav. 1991;20(6):527-540. DOI:10.1007/BF01550952. An analysis of questionnaires from 805 college-educated female nurses.

20. Kinsey, A. Sexual Behavior in the Human Male. W.B. Saunders, Philadelphia, 1948. Named one of the "100 Best Books of the 20th Century" by Logos Magazine (UK).

21. Kinsey, A. Sexual Behavior in the Human Female. W.B. Saunders, Philadelphia, 1953. Named one of the "100 Best Books of the 20th Century" by Logos Magazine (UK).

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