Unlike penises, which are front and center, the clitoris is often shrouded in folds of skin and remains a bit of a mystery. Science—let alone sex ed—hasn't exactly gone out of its way to understand this amazing organ until fairly recently. In fact, research shows the clitoris was even omitted in an early version of the gold standard medical textbook Gray's Anatomy, and no scientist bothered to create a 3D image of what a stimulated clitoris looks like until French researchers finally did it a mere seven years ago, in To clear up some common misconceptions and become more "clit literate," we enlisted the expertise of Leah Millheiser, M. Here are seven things you probably don't know about one of your most pleasurable parts.
The clitoris: What is there to know about this mystery organ?
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Think of it as having a piece of sand in your eye; it's a tiny piece of sand, but it hurts so much. Skip navigation! Story from Sex School. Clitorises: We all know they're the main source of sexual pleasure and orgasms. But, do you know about your clitoral hood? It's the "hood" or "prepuce," which is a flap of skin that connects to the labia minora the inner lips of the vulva , explains Rachel Rubin, MD, a urologist in Washington, D.
Everything You Should Know About Your Clitoral Hood
Early last year, I realized there was something different about my lady flower. I found out that she was packing an extra petal or two, if you get my drift. Do you get my drift? You probably don't, because nobody seems to talk about this, so I'll just come out and say it: I have a huge clitoral hood.