clitoris

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clitoris

a part of the female genitalia consisting of a small elongated highly sensitive erectile organ at the front of the vulva: homologous with the penis

clitoris

[′klid·ə·rəs]
(anatomy)
The homolog of the penis in females, located in the anterior portion of the vulva.
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Rather, there are many kinds of clitorises represented in the visuals and narratives which stress both the range of experiences and range of bodies women have.
From tiny wormlike unlabeled structures to baroque fluidities of process, to computer-generated abstractions, clitorises vary in anatomy both in representation and criteria of definition.