According to Dr. Kim Wallen and Dr. Elisabeth A. Lloyd, the female orgasm reached solely from sexual intercourse has often been deemed as the ultimate feature of our sexuality. In their article Female Sexual Arousal: Genital Anatomy and Orgasm in Intercourse the authors assert that the male orgasm is more “reliable” than women’s. In other words, men reach an orgasm with more ease. Men can reach orgasms with strong selective pressure and the outcome is ejaculation, which contributes to their reproductive success. Women, on the other hand, do not need to orgasm to achieve success at reproduction, thus the female orgasm, besides being elusive, is also misunderstood and widely understudied.