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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Doctors forward the belief that a child sent home from the hospital with a giant clitoris can't be loved or might turn out to be homosexual," she says.
The study showed that the urethra ended in the bladder, and the clitoris, which was 0.
The clitoris in both older and young women remains the main organ of sexual stimulation, and the excitement generated by clitoral stimulation is the same in older women as it is in younger ones.
The vibrator works by stimulating the millions of sensory nerve endings in the skin of the woman's labia, the clitoris and the opening to the vagina.
What you describe is the extension of your clitoris.
Stroke yourself in different areas, including the clitoris, and find ut what sensations you enjoy.
As I've already said, the clitoris is what needs to be stimulated for orgasm in most women.
Remember 70 per cent of women have difficulty climaxing during penetration due to the fact their clitoris can't get the right stimulation no matter his size.
But 70 per cent of women can't orgasm without additional stimulation of the clitoris, so you might need a little extra help to climax.
Tell him that the word clitoris comes from the Greek meaning key, which may give him a clue about its role in female sexual pleasure.
Don't believe that women love their clitoris wildly played with.
Orgasms can be triggered by caressing the clitoris and through the thrust of penetration, especially activating the Gspot on the front wall of the vagina.