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Lesson 2: The Clit is Too Legit!

As we went through our anatomy lesson, I promised you I was going to do a special episode
so here we go with the second lesson
We’re going to talk about the CLIT…cos she is just TOO LEGIT to not give her own spotlight…

I loves me a good clitoris, now! I think you’ll come to appreciate the clit a little bit more too…Especially when you learn about her in all of her glory!

Alright….Let’s get into it.
Okay, so let’s start with a real deep dive into the anatomy of the clitoris.

There is soooo much more to the clitoris than many people know. Many do not know the full structure of the clitoris, including medical personnel.

There is a major lack of knowledge and research about female sexuality in general. Fragmented information, relatively few experts on the subject. It’s like…women’s pleasure isn’t important or something….

First off, understand this: the only known job of the clitoris is to give its owner pleasure!
The only organ in the human body that exists just for pleasure.

It was just 1998 that the australian urologist (Helen O’ Connell) published research results that gave us a fuller picture of the deeper structure of the clitoris. In 2010, O’Connell succeeded for the first time in depicting a stimulated clitoris in a 3D image and showing its more than 15,000 nerve endings in the pelvic area

A lot of people think that the clit (the entire clit) is the little button that sits above the pee pee hole (urethral opening).
That is just a part of the clitoris….the glans and hood.

The entire clitoris is more than just a little button, friend.

The clitoris sits underneath the vulva (remember your coochie anatomy now!) and has a shape of a wishbone, like the capital letter Y, with two legs that extend 3-5 inches into the vagina. And it connects to the G-spot. We’ll talk about the G-spot in a minute…

So…under the skin, the clitoris has a big body with two arms that stretches down and surrounds the vagina. Each of these arms is 3-6” (7-15 cm long)

The vulva and internal vagina skin are sensitive structures in their own right…but they also provide an outer “wrapping” through which the FOR REAL pleasurable structures underneath it can be accessed.

And this pleasure zone has a LOTTTTT of reach and power during pleasure.

The CLITORIS is an organ. A sex organ. And a major part of the coochie apparatus.
The head of the clitoris (glans clitoris) is located just under the clitoral hood, which covers and protects it (like the foreskin covers and protects the head of a penis). And the head is just the tip of the iceberg.

The complete clitoris is about 9-11 cm long and is made up of the head, body, legs and bulbs, and has a kind of ‘erection’ when its aroused.

Most of the clitoris is internal….about 4 inches (10 cm) across…and allows for the sensation of pleasure inside of the body.
The glans (head) continues into what’s called the corpus cavernous and ends at the crura.

The glans or ‘head’ of the clitoris is made of densely packed nerves and is external, which is what you can see and touch in the vulva.

The body, legs and bulbs of the Clitoris are internal and are made up of Erectile tissue.

The clitoral bulbs that sit either side of the vagina and urethra, are responsible for a lot of pleasure, they are usually stroked or stimulated through the inside of the bottom of the vagina. This is one of the reasons why penetration can feel good as the clitoral bulbs are made of erectile tissue and on arousal they engorge, becoming bigger and more sensitive, allowing for pleasure.

So you have this big organ in your body with highly sensitive structures whose ONLY job is to bring its owner to orgasm, feeling pleasure both inside and outside of the body)

The G-spot is the portion where the clitoris on the inside straddles the vagina

So…if you put your fingers inside a vagina about 1.5-2” and curve your fingers up and pulse upwards towards belly button (someone laying on their back) … that’s actually hitting the G-spot. You are pulsing/banging up on the clitoris from the inside (cos it straddles the vagina)

So…think of what happens with penetrative sex (i.e. heterosexual hookups (penis/vagina) or finger/objects going straight into the vagina)…does it hit the G-spot? Unh unh…NO…!

…cos the angle matters!

Fun Fact:
the vast majority of coochie owners will not orgasm through penetration.

So let’s talk about sex….What is “sex”?
Sex is the stimulation of the genitals for pleasure

What are genitals?
Genitals are organs that orgasm

As fetuses, everyone starts with a clit. Within about 50% of the population, that clit elongates and becomes a penis.
The head of the penis (most sensitive part of the body) has about 4,000 nerve endings. (pleasure)
The head of the clit (most sensitive part of the body) has bout 8,000 – 15,000 nerve endings (2-4x the pleasure!…in a much smaller package)

Sex is the stimulation of the genitals for pleasure. The genitals of a coochie is the clit. So if your clit is not being stimulated, are you actually having sex? Mmmmm…..

Orgasm for the coochie owner happens through the stimulation of the clitoris.
The clitoris can be stimulated from many different directions
The glans clitoris (head) is highly sensitive and you can stimulate the clit directly that way. You know, rub one out…
She can be stimulated externally, directly, vaginally, anally, or any combination of these…
…through the G-spot, the head, or legs that run under the labia minora
And this gives long, short…or series of orgasms…

The vagina can’t orgasm! It just doesn’t do that.
Some people may think that their vaginas orgasm…because they feel it spasming/pulsating
What they’re actually feeling is the clitoris spasming and putting pressure on the vagina by pushing down on that vaginal wall

The best sex to bring a coochie to orgasm:
Arousal (physically, at least) is best achieved by stimulation of erogenous zones which help to release hormones (oxytocin) that help prep the clit for sex
Erogenous zones are other parts of the body that feel good to the touch even though can’t orgasm (lips, breast, inner thigh, ears, jaw line, )

And then you go to the clit!

What you Want to spend 60-80% of time having sex ON THE CLIT

Fun Fact:
heterosexual hookup provides 11% chance of a coochie orgasm (vs 93% chance of both coochies orgasming in lesbian hookups)

Important things to note:
No two coochies (vaginas, clitoris, etc) are the same
What is pleasurable for one coochie may not be pleasurable to another coochie
Good and mature sexual health is a roadmap to good physical and mental health (not to mention the joy and pleasure)
Regular orgasms strengthen the immune system, makes you look younger, is good for the heart and for your sleep. it reduces the feeling of stress.

Don’t you want some of that? You know you do…

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