Sunday, February 8, 2009

Clitoris - an avenue for sexual pleasure and orgasm.


The clitoris is part of the female sexual anatomy in mammals. It serves no other known purpose than to provide an avenue for sexual pleasure and orgasm. The clitoris is located in the folds of the labia majora (outer vaginal lips), under the clitoral hood at the top of the vagina. It is about the size of a pea, but differs in size and shape between women. There is also an inner portion, which has been suggested is the other side of the G-spot. When aroused, the clitoris swells with blood, similar to the male erection. It may protrude slightly, and the hood may slide back. It can usually be felt.

The clitoris has as many nerve endings in it as does the glans of the male penis, making it a very suitable sexual apparatus. Every clitoris is different in shape, size and method of stimulation that feels the best. A clitoris shouldn't be touched with anything dry, as this can irritate. Fingers, penises or other objects should be moistened and slightly wet for best results.

To the untrained eye or touch, the clitoris may be difficult to find among the many folds and crevices of the vagina. It can be found by gently exploring with a moist finger or tongue the top of the vaginal lips just before the pubic bone and hair begins. There is no hair on the clitoris; it is smooth. It is easier to find on an aroused woman, because it swells and, when you get it right, she will no doubt let you know in no uncertain terms. If you are having trouble finding it or touching it right, ask the owner for some instructions. The clitoris is arguably the most important area of the genitals to be stimulated on a woman during sex play.

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