The clitoris is a small, highly sensitive organ located at the top of the vulva, between the labia minora.

It is an important part of the female reproductive system and plays a key role in sexual pleasure and arousal.

The clitoris contains thousands of nerve endings, making it one of the most sensitive parts of the human body.

When stimulated, either through touch, pressure, or vibration, the clitoris can produce pleasurable sensations and lead to sexual arousal and orgasm.

The clitoris is made up of several parts: the glans, the visible, external part, the clitoral hood, a fold of skin that covers the glan, , the clitoral shaft, a structure that extends internally into the body , and the clitoral bulbs, the structures that surround the vaginal opening.

During sexual arousal, the clitoris becomes engorged with blood, causing it to swell and become more sensitive to touch.

Stimulation of the clitoris can lead to increased blood flow to the pelvic area, lubrication of the vagina, and muscle contractions that can result in orgasm.

The clitoris is often considered the primary organ of female sexual pleasure, and understanding how to stimulate and engage with the clitoris is important for sexual health and satisfaction.

The clitoris is located at the anterior junction of the inner labia is the highly erogenous sexual organ.

The visible portion of the clitoris is the glans, roughly the size and shape of a pea, and can vary in size from about 6 mm to 25 mm.

Its size can also vary when the clitoris is erect, when two regions of erectile tissue known as the corpora cavernosa fill with blood, engorging the shaft.

The clitoral glans contains many nerve endings, making it highly sensitive.

The only known function of the clitoris is to focus on sexual feelings.

The clitoral hood is a protective fold of skin, which varies in shape and size, and it may partially or completely cover the shaft and glans.

The hood may be partially or completely hidden within the pudendal cleft.

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