The clitoris, an organ made just for pleasure, is much discussed, but is still little known.
Although it appears on the front pages of many women’s magazines, the clitoris remains a taboo subject for many people. According to a survey by Terpan Laboratories and the magazine So What, 20.7% of the 580 French women interviewed do not know where this female organ is located. Furthermore, 35% say they have never seen it. They admitted that they had not tried to observe it because they did not “feel the need” or “dare” to do so.
The clitoris is the most sensitive organ of the female body.
The clitoris is very rich in sensory nerves, especially the glans. The glans of the clitoris has 8,000 nerve endings, that’s all. In comparison, the penis has only 4,000 nerve endings. This huge number of sensory nerves explains the very high sensitivity of the clitoris. It is therefore sensitive to all kinds of caresses, hot, cold, breathing etc.
The clitoris is an erectile organ
And yes, like the penis! It’s less visible because the clitoris is very small. It hardens when sexually stimulated because it’s rich in nerve endings. The glans fills up with blood and thereby increases in volume. The clitoris rises and becomes very sensitive. The glans can also double in diameter. The orgasm then causes the accumulated blood to exit and the clitoris returns to its normal size in about ten minutes. The clitoris is all the more reactive in an erect state.
The clitoris consists of an inner and an outer part.
The clitoris is not only the outside part and the glans but a longer part of the clitoris exists and is often covered by the tissue of the labia minora, which are visible. It also consists of two inner parts: the clitoral bulb and the corpus cavernosum. The entire clitoris measures 9 to 11 cm, while the glans of the clitoris is on average 1 cm long. The clitoris is a bit like an octopus that surrounds the vagina and this anatomy explains why the clitoris can be stimulated internally through the vagina.
Every woman has a different clitoris shape
There is no more morphological pattern to the clitoris than to the eyes or the nose. There are many different kinds of glans shapes. There are emerging clitoral glans that appear as a mini-penise, pearl-shaped acorns that form a small round, discreet glans that are almost invisible. These peculiarities explain the different ways of enjoying this organ: a buried clitoris is less felt when stimulated from the outside.
The clitoris participates in vaginal orgasm
The clitoris is stimulated from the inside by the vaginal wall. The clitoris fork descends towards the vaginal area during penetration. Penetration creates pressure in the vagina, especially in the frontal area, which stimulates the clitoris and creates more pleasure. So there is no vaginal or clitoral orgasm, but a pleasure connected to both organs!
The discovery of the clitoris dates back to the 16th century.
Surprisingly, the complete form of the clitoris has been known for a long time, but has been forgotten for a long time. It was an Italian anatomical researcher Realdo Colombo who, after numerous dissections, claimed the discovery of the clitoris in 1559. He affirmed that the clitoris is the organ of feminine pleasure par excellence. At that time, pleasure was linked to reproduction. When 300 years later it is discovered that the clitoris has nothing to do with the reproductive system, the discoveries about this organ were forgotten. At that time, people thought the clitoris was just a little pimple that was useless.
When the cold is stimulated, the clitoris can be painful.
For clitoral stimulation to be pleasant you must already be in sexual excitement and this area must be well lubricated. Thanks to vaginal secretion caresses are pleasant. Women are different some like it when their clitoris is stimulated from the outside while others like it stimulated from the inside through the vagina or even both!