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The clitoris (or clit) is an aspect of female anatomy like the vagina or womb. Early arguments that only a clitoris could cause an orgasm initially led to the idea that there was no such thing as a vaginal orgasm. This was when only the superficial aspect of the clitoris was what people were aware of.

Anatomy[edit | edit source]

The contradiction (as vaginal orgasms were real) was eventually resolved by discovering the iceberg nature where the clit split into 2 humongous roots surrounding the vagina which could be stimulated by vaginal penetration.

Function[edit | edit source]

However since they are buried, they probably don't feel much unless they are erect from prior arousal. Chad arouses foids automatically, but non-Chads would need to do stuff like stimulating erogenous zones, foreplay, or getting foids to fantasize about Chad, to cause a clitoral erection before vaginal orgasm would be feasible.

Synergy[edit | edit source]

The PC muscles surrounding the vagina are what convey force to the vestibular bulbs (which also engorge during arousal) which in turn convey forces to the corpus cavernosums.

It is unclear what direction a clitoral erection pulls the clit bases in (like how they pull a dick skyward) so it's possible this might either bend the vaginal canal inward or outward.

Vaginas get observably narrower at the entrance during arousal but that could be due to inflation of the labia.

Vaginas get observably deeper during arousal, as the womb is lifted by tightening muscles. This might reveal a wider section of the vagina that the womb was previously sitting in, and give access to the mysterious "A-Spot". So any observed width increase would not necessarily be due to "crux prying" (the crux is the name for the 2 tips of the glitoris furthest from the glans) of the tissues.

Mysteries[edit | edit source]

The "G-Spot" (graphenberg) is adjacent to the Skene's Gland / Urethra which lie underneath the base of the clitoris, where it branches off to the short glans in top/front and the two crux. Indirect stimulation of that hub might be partially responsible for that feeling good.

Fluid might be stored in the Skene's Gland and released when milked, or possibly foids just piss themselves.

Popular culture[edit | edit source]

Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back introduced the concept of the clit commander, a man who is able to make the clit (especially the female clitoris) work and rule the clit.[1]

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