THE CLITORIS

THE CLITORIS: PLEASURE CENTRAL

Clitoris DiagramThe clitoris and the clitoral hood—a triangular area of tissue that slightly covers it—are at the 12 o’clock position on a woman’s genitals.

Although the clitoris may appear to be small, it is larger than meets the eye. It extends backward into the body in two branches of spongy tissue that are called “crura.” When a woman becomes sexually aroused, blood flow can cause the clitoral tissue to expand.

The sole purpose of the clitoris is related to sensation and pleasure. No other male or female organ is designed only for pleasure. The clitoris contains thousands of tightly packed nerve endings and is capable of providing intense sensation to women. Some women enjoy direct clitoral stimulation and others will find that directly touching this sensitive area is too intense for them. They may instead prefer stimulation of the surrounding parts or other types of sex play.

As all women are different, the ideal clitoral stimulation methods vary from woman to woman—fast or slow, soft or firm. Using a vibrator on the clitoris, alone or with a partner, is a great way for a woman to become familiar with how clitoral stimulation affects her experience of sexual pleasure or orgasm.

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start quotes The sole purpose of the clitoris is related to sensation and pleasure. No other male or female organ is designed only for pleasure. end quotes