Post continues after audio…. The images were then printed, and handed back to them. Upon being confronted with the images, the women begin to see their vagina for what it really is: a symbol of power; of beauty. I guess you watch porn and see 'the perfect vagina. One woman was moved to tears by her image, saying, "It's a part of me that I just push to the back of my brain".
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It's definitely not a secret that the clitoris is a pleasure powerhouse for people who have them, but sometimes it feels that way. Whether it's because we're not taking the time to explore our own clitorises during masturbation, or a sexual partner bypasses the clit in favor of some more vaginal stimulation, the clitoris is often ignored. But for those in the know, it's clear why it shouldn't be snubbed — and now science is here to back that up. We know the clitoris is the only organ that exists expressly for pleasure, which is pretty great. But the female orgasm still largely remains a mystery when it comes to science. That's why it's so exciting that new research focused on sexual pleasure and the clitoris, and exactly how people like to use it.
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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
Clitoris , female erogenous organ capable of erection under sexual stimulation. A female homologue of the male penis , the clitoris develops as does the penis from the genital tubercle of the fetus, and it plays an important role in female sexual response. The body of the clitoris is suspended from the pubic bone by a short ligament and emerges to form a tiny external glans at the top of the vulva. Lying over the glans is a sheath of skin known as the clitoral hood. Extending internally from the glans is the shaft, or body, of the clitoris, a small cylinder about 2 to 3 cm about 0.