It is often said that a woman can have an orgasm without entering at all. This refers to orgasm by rubbing the clitoris. Many people still don't know where the clitoris is and express their regret. We can't blame us, because we don't have sex education.
Closer to home.
Where is the clitoris?
The clitoris is also known as the nucleus of the pubic nucleus, the genital bean and so on. Located at the top between the labia minora on both sides, is the meeting point of the upper ends of the labia majora on both sides.
The clitoris is located at the front meeting point of the labia majora at the front of the vulva and between the labia minora on both sides. From the appearance, the clitoris looks a bit like a male penis, but it is much shorter than the penis. The clitoris is also known as the nucleus of the pubic nucleus, the genital bean and so on. Located at the top between the labia minora on both sides, is the meeting point of the upper ends of the labia majora on both sides. It is a small cylindrical organ surrounded by the clitoris foreskin, about 2-4 cm long. At the end is a round head, the tip of which is enlarged and called the glans clitoris. The clitoris is a magical and unique organ in the entire human anatomy. It is the only organ of mankind that is only related to sexual desire and sexual feeling, and its only physiological function is to stimulate women's sexual desire and pleasure. The clitoris is at the confluence of the front of the two labia minora. It is usually covered by a foreskin and is not obvious. It will become erect and show up when sexually excited.
Point G is a view of some people. The location is roughly two or three centimeters from the front wall of the vagina entrance. It is the size of a coin. The location of each person may be slightly different. It is said to be a sensitive area. The clitoris is located at the front meeting point of the labia majora at the front of the vulva and between the labia minora on both sides. It is a bit similar to the male penis, but in fact it is a homologue of the penis. The clitoris is composed of a pair of spongy bodies that can be erected and swollen. It is divided into three parts: head, body, and feet. It is wrapped in a dense envelope composed of elastic fibers and smooth muscle bundles. Comb-shaped septum. The mung bean-sized small bulging clitoral head extends from the labia minora on both sides to form a fold of skin surrounding the clitoris. It is exposed from the clitoral foreskin. This is the only visible part of the clitoris. There is a clitoral frenulum below it. The clitoris is an organ with no reproductive function in the female sex organs, and other sex organs have the dual functions of sexual intercourse and reproduction. For example, the vagina is not only used for sexual intercourse, but also a channel for reproduction and a place for storing semen. The clitoris plays an important role in sexual arousal.
1. Clitoris connection (or anterior commissure, the point where the outer labia meets the base of the vulva, marking the upper boundary of the visible part of the clitoris.)
2. The clitoris head.
3. The inner labia (or labia minora).
4. The clitoris foreskin.
5. The clitoral frenulum is the point where the outer edge of the inner labia meets at the glans of the clitoris.
6. Labia frenulum, it is a stretched membrane, which is located under the inner labia in the vagina. Above the point where the mouth meets, marks the lower boundary of the visible part of the clitoris.
7. The hymen, or remnants of the hymen, can be seen inside the vagina.
8. The clitoral body connects the clitoral head and clitoral feet.
9. Clitoris feet (or clitoris tibia), two elongated bodies of erectile tissue, shaped like a Y-shaped wishbone.
10. The clitoris ball (vestibulum), two huge erectile spongy tissues, corresponding to a single ball of the penis.
11. Urethral sponge, the erectile sponge tissue surrounding the urethra.
12. Paraurethral gland group: female prostate group.
13 Bartholin glands, or Bartholin's glands, produce a small amount of lubrication outside the vagina.
14. The perineal cavernous body, or perineal body, is located in a dense network of blood vessels below the perineum.
15. Pelvic floor muscles:
a. BC muscle (bulbar cavernous muscle), located under the clitoral bulb and anal stents (AS muscle).
b. The IC muscle (ischia cavernosa muscle) forms a triangular pelvic opening. Or put it out, attached to the bones on which we sit.
c. TP muscle (transverse perineum), a broad-shaped muscle at the bottom of the pelvic opening, intertwined with the cross-section of bulbocavernosum muscle and anal sphincter.
d. UD muscle (perineal fascia), a triangular flat muscle located under the pelvic opening.
e. LA muscle (levator anus), a part of the pelvic fascia, is a broad and flat funnel-shaped muscle located at the bottom of the pelvic floor.
16. Suspended ligament and round ligament.
17. Nerves: The pudendal nerve, or as I like to call it, the nerve complex of the sexual organs, or the hypogastric nerve that transmits information back and forth from the uterus.
18. Blood Vessel: During sexual reaction, it supplies greatly increased blood.
89% of female orgasms are from clitoral stimulation. For a man, it is unimaginable to achieve orgasm without stimulating his penis. Similarly, for women to achieve orgasm or enjoy the perfect sexual experience, 5-15 minutes of clitoral stimulation is also indispensable.
The clitoris of a woman is equivalent to the penis of a man, and the clitoris is equivalent to the glans. Except for the small size and differentiation of the urethral corpus cavernosum, it is all like the penis, with clitoris body, feet, glans, foreskin, corpus cavernosum and muscle membrane, as well as the septum, and the suspensory ligament. Get an erection when receiving sexual stimulation.
The clitoris, especially the clitoral glans, is full of nerve endings. Slight contact or stimulation can cause strong sexual stimulation and sexual pleasure. Even proper stimulation can make women reach orgasm. Therefore, it is also the most popular stimulation site for female masturbation. During sexual intercourse, the penis generally does not directly stimulate the clitoris. The penis twitches in the vagina and affects the labia minora, thereby stimulating the clitoris. This is why most women cannot perform simple penile vaginal piston movements. The reason for orgasm. Sex requires brain and skill, not just rampage like a silly donkey.