The clitoris, one of the most important aspects of female sexuality, is a masculine organ containing many nerve endings. The clitoris, which is considered the center of sexuality because it enables women to orgasm, is located between the upper junction of the labia minora and the clitoral hood. The clitoris, the most sensitive part of the female genitalia, is a structure with no reproductive function, the organ has only a sexual function.
The clitoris, an organ similar to the male penis, consists of a body and a head. The clitoris , whose head is more sensitive than the body, is located just below the mons pubis. The clitoris is in the middle of where the pubic bones meet, where the upper part of the outer labia meet. The clitoris, an erectile organ shaped like a “letter Y”, is a small bubble.
A normal-sized clitoris has many nerve fibers and vessels. The clitoris, whose size is different in every woman, usually varies between 3cm and 7cm. A large clitoris size is often associated with testosterone. Especially during pregnancy, the clitoris may enlarge permanently as a result of fluctuating hormones in the body.
Another feature of the clitoris is that it hardens after sexual stimulation. Just like a man’s penis, the clitoris hardens, enlarges and swells when stimulated and the head is visible from the outside. During this phase, the woman experiences a feeling of fullness and ejaculation in the pelvis. The clitoris, which provides the female orgasm, exists purely for pleasure and stimulation. The clitoris, which has no function other than sexual pleasure, has no connection with pregnancy, urination or menstruation