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SEX ORGANS: CLITORIS, SEX ORGAN, PENIS, VULVA, LABIA STRETCHING, PREPUTIOPLASTY, PIZZLE, HECTOCOTYLUS

Sex Organs: Clitoris, Sex Organ, Penis, Vulva, Labia Stretching, Preputioplasty, Pizzle, Hectocotylus


Sex Organs: Clitoris, Sex Organ, Penis, Vulva, Labia Stretching, Preputioplasty, Pizzle, Hectocotylus [Paperback]
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* Paperback: 66 pages
* Publisher: Books LLC (May 2010)
* Language: English
* ISBN-10: 1155643054
* ISBN-13: 9781155643052


Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Clitoris, Sex Organ, Penis, Vulva, Labia Stretching, Preputioplasty, Pizzle, Hectocotylus, Valva. Excerpt: Clitoris The clitoris is a sexual organ that is present only in female mammals . In humans, the visible button-like portion is located near the anterior junction of the labia minora , above the opening of the urethra and vagina . Unlike the penis , which is homologous to the clitoris, the clitoris does not contain the distal portion of the urethra. The only known exception to this is in the Spotted Hyena . In this species, the urogenital system is unique in that the female urinates, mates and gives birth via an enlarged, erectile clitoris, known as a pseudo-penis .

In humans, the clitoris is the most sensitive erogenous zone of the female, the stimulation of which may produce sexual excitement and clitoral erection ; its continuing stimulation may produce sexual pleasure in the female and orgasm , and is considered the key to females' sexual pleasure. Pronunciation and etymology The word is pronounced / kl t r s/ ( listen) or /kl t r s/ ( listen).

The plural forms are clitorises in English and clitorides in Latin. In slang, it is sometimes abbreviated as clit , which originated in the 1950s. The OED suggests that the pronunciation / kla t r s/) is also used in the UK , and gives the likely etymology as coming from the Greek , kleitoris , perhaps derived from the verb - , klei-ein , to shut. The Online Etymology Dictionary maintains that the etymology of this diminutive is still uncertain noting that many sources take , kleitorid , literally from the Greek "little hill". Other etymological candidates are key or latch, to touch or titillate lasciviously, to tickle, to be inclined (toward pleasure) and slope, from the same root as climax.


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