Who says the clitoris is pea-sized? Well, for a very long time, science did. But sometimes science gets it wrong before it gets it right.
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Question: Maybe I should know this and maybe I do. But just to be sure, can you tell me where the clitoris is and how I should touch it? Answer: If only more men were as brave as you to ask such a question!
Brace yourselves ladies, there's a whole lot to know about the clitoris that they didn't teach us in health class. To help you become a bit more "cliterate," here are 10 facts about this amazing part of your anatomy. Until most textbooks only illustrated the external glans. But the bump you can see on the vulva is only the tip of an iceberg.
Early last year, I realized there was something different about my lady flower. I found out that she was packing an extra petal or two, if you get my drift. Do you get my drift?
Can't resist amandapalmer pic. Wolf will settle for a world with equality on toilet walls, where there are as many clitorises graffitied as penises. And now that the giant, golden clitoris has got your attention, here are 10 facts Wolf wants you to know.
Oftentimes, it results from a minor irritation. Your clitoris contains thousands of nerve endings and is highly sensitive to stimulation. This causes it to swell and become even more sensitive.
Few men are instructed on correctly stimulating the clitoris. In porn, women are shown writhing in pleasure as dudes do an in and out thrust with no clitoral contact. Remember that South Park episode where all the boys go on an expedition to find the clitoris?
It's finally here: P6s' very own 3D clitoris! Here it is chilling in the leafs? Drop by the P6 office to say hi!
Unlike penises, which are front and center, the clitoris is often shrouded in folds of skin and remains a bit of a mystery. Science—let alone sex ed—hasn't exactly gone out of its way to understand this amazing organ until fairly recently. In fact, research shows the clitoris was even omitted in an early version of the gold standard medical textbook Gray's Anatomy, and no scientist bothered to create a 3D image of what a stimulated clitoris looks like until French researchers finally did it a mere seven years ago, in