Your Clitoris is — Bigger Than You Think

Yeti Clitoris

Who says the clitoris is pea-sized? Well, for a very long time, science did. But sometimes science gets it wrong before it gets it right.

And even when science gets it right, sexism still takes the stage and moves away the spotlight. It’s time that both men and women learn that a woman’s pleasure center isn’t a tiny nub: It’s an expansive playground, and we need to relearn the rules to having fun.

Did you know you have an “internal clit?”

Some women can orgasm from clit stimulus alone, some prefer penetration, and some like both at the same time. According to this Betty Dodson , the clit and the G-spot are part of the same gland, and the whole thing is way bigger than you think.

According to these sexperts, the head of the clit, also known as the glans (and yes, it’s analogous to the tip of the penis) is just that, a head. The clit contains 8,000 nerve endings, and that’s just in the bump that sticks out. The entire organ includes internal clitoral legs, shaft, glans, bulbs, vaginal opening, urinary tract opening, the perineal sponge, etc etc.

When a woman is turned on she gets a clitoral erection, similar to a man’s hard-on, but since the female version is mostly inside the body and since women have not been taught to tune into their undercover clit tumescences, most women don’t know when it’s happening.

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