The Clitoris

When a little dab’ll do you…

Let’s talk turkey here, shall we?  Because I have to tell you, that talking turkey would be a whole lot more productive and informative than talking clits. Some things should simply be taken for the little miracles they are (like the clitoris) and left alone to perform their miracles when nudged to do so (like the clitoris). 

But, if you insist, we’ll talk about the clitoris.  After all, women love flattery.  What more female than this tiny orgasm-maker?  A true trooper in the suffragette movement, although not talked about, of course.

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"Unlike the penis, of which it is usually described as
the female homologue, the clitoris does not enjoy an
array of nicknames, euphemisms or slang terms. There
is even some controversy as to its pronunciation,
whether this should be clitt-oris or cly-toris,
dictionaries vary and some give both as correct
(although the OED prefers 'cly-toris) but this means
that there is still a decision to be made which may
cause hesitation in referring to this organ in
speech."

http://homepages.primex.co.uk/~lesleyah/ocbclit.htm


"A new ethos of mutual sexual pleasure in marriage
arose during the early twentieth century: though
shared pleasure had been an ideal in the Victorian
era, repression and ignorance meant that it had not
always been achieved even with the best intentions.
Authors of marriage manuals emphasised the important
contribution of the clitoris to the sexual arousal and
satisfaction of the woman, even going so far as to
suggest, in some cases, that the bridegroom should
give his wife her first orgasm by manual stimulation
before proceeding to defloration. Even so, clitoral
stimulation was seen as something ancillary to
penetrative heterosexual intercourse, which was
defined as the central conjugal act."

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Clitoris in history and the origin of lipstick 


""The clitoris is the bon bon of love."
That's how Dr. Francesco Plazzoni described it back in
1631. What a great way of putting it! A small delectable morsel.
(And it gives a little punch to what Forest Gump said
about life being a box of chocolates.)"

http://www.room23.de/1841.html

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The Clitoris - It's "Discovery" by Doctors Took 400
Years

It seems almost ridiculous that it should take the
late 20th century for medicine to document an
important part of the anatomy.  A study of history,
however, makes it perfectly clear that women's pudenda
have been neglected, ignored, dismissed, not to
mention mutilated, for many many years.

http://www.sexforwomen.net/clitoris.htm

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clitoris

The bare bones info.

 

 

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