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The clitoris is a sensitive and highly arousing organ located in the vulva of female-bodied individuals. Despite its small size, the clitoris is packed with nerve endings and is the primary source of sexual pleasure for many people with vulvas. It can be stimulated in a variety of ways, including through direct touch or pressure, as well as indirect stimulation from other sexual activities.

The clitoris is typically located at the top of the vulva, just above the vaginal opening. It is composed of a small shaft and a glans, which is the most sensitive part of the clitoris. When stimulated, the clitoris can become erect and engorged with blood, leading to heightened sensations of pleasure and arousal.

Although the clitoris is often associated with sexual pleasure and orgasm, it also serves an important physiological function. The clitoral hood, which covers the clitoris, helps to protect it from damage and external irritants. Additionally, the clitoris can play a role in reproductive function by facilitating the release of vaginal lubrication and enhancing sexual arousal and pleasure.

Overall, the clitoris is a complex and fascinating organ that plays an important role in sexual pleasure and function for many people with vulvas. Understanding and exploring the clitoris can lead to enhanced sexual experiences and increased sexual satisfaction.

See also

Category: Vagina and Vulva

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