The Clitoris

The clitoris, this extraordinary organ of pleasure boasting the most nerve endings of all the human body (8,000 nerve endinds) has been ostracized from society for millennia because of religious dogma condemning women's sexual pleasure. It has therefore been ill-studied (if at all), misrepresented (if at all) and of course made shameful. It is only in the last 10 years that it has finally been completely mapped and It appears that this organ actually rivals with a man's penis in size.

During echographic studies, the clitoris was found to reach eight inches in length made of thick highly pleasurable erectile tissue wrapped around the vulva and the pelvic floor. (which is why it is possible to restore a mutilated clitoris.) Here is the original sonogram image of the internal clitoris, depicted in yellow.

In this section, the clitoris will be studied, revered and celebrated in all its glory like never before, allowing all shame to melt away from women's sexual pleasure and restoring their self esteem.

Clitoris therapy for post-op patients

Clitoris Awareness Month

Clitoris Awareness Week Animé

Clitoris Awareness Week

Dr. Betty Dodson, Sexologist - The Clit's importance

Dr. Yvonne Fulbright, Sexologist - Guide to the Clitoris

The Female Orgasm, Explained with Science Projects

Nicole Deadone Tedx: Female orgasm and self esteem

Sheila Kelley, founder of the S Factor:
"There exists in every woman an Erotic Creature. When Sheila Kelley discovered this sleeping giant, her life changed irrevocably. She had stumbled upon what women were missing and launched it into a worldwide sensation, ushering in the 4th wave of feminism by teaching women to own their sexuality. Let's Get Naked is about exposing the truth and the Erotic Creature, both of which rest just beneath the surface."

Sheila Kelley, TedX presentation - Let's Get Naked

CLITERACY: 100 Natural Laws, a conversation with Sophia Wallace

Artist Jamie Mc. Cartney creates The Great Wall of Vaginas sculpture
This Channel 4 short documentary shows women coming to have their vagina cast for the final art piece.

Visual artist Nick Karras sets out to challenge society's pre-conceived notions about the vagina with a provocative series of photographs displaying its remarkable beauty and diversity.

A little shop of Vulva Love - Elegant Vulva jewerly