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IN Health & Fitness ON 28 Mar, 2016
Clitoris is the most hidden part of the body of a female that allows her to rejoice the deepest moments of pleasure and seduction. It remains compact and tucked safely. According to gynaecologist Mary Jane Minkin, there are 11 amazing facts about clitoris that every woman must know.
Check out these amazing facts below.
Clitoris is three to five inches long. The clitoral head remains hidden under clitoral hood and increases with length inwards.
It is a spongy erectile tissue, just like a penis. When women involve in sexual acts, the clitoris erects as the embryo begins with vulva. The clitoris may grow long, if the chromosome is a Y.
Clitoral legs look like a wishbone. It swells with blood flow when sexual feelings arose. The legs stimulate along vaginal walls. If the inner labia is pressed gently and rubbed, then two swollen veins will appear.
Clitoral hood protects the sensitive tissue safe from irritants. Moreover, the shaft under the clitoral hood connect the end parts.
Clitoris has around 8,000 nerve endings. So, never be shy to ask the partner for light strokes.
Maximum women love experiencing direct clitoral stimulation for ultimate orgasm. So, it doesn't matter your clit nerves must be stimulated to orgasm.
Clitoris can maintain the blood flow even after an orgasm. Hence, a woman can orgasm multiple times during a single sexual act.
The size of clitoris varies from women to women. These days several women try to bring change in clit size with vulvar cosmetic surgery. So, size never matters as every woman with average clitoris can seek maximum pleasure.
The color of clit can be said to be an anatomical rainbow. The color contour may vary from pink to light pink and rose color.
As the girls grow with age, the size of clitoris also changes with time upto 2.5 times bigger than that when in teenage.
Vibrators are the best for maximum pleasure. Even horny masturbation session improves clitoral health. Hence, more vibrator + masturbation, the more will be sexual arousal.