The main female sexual body parts that are essential to sexual enjoyment are situated in the gonad area. Other body parts essential for provocation can also be the nipples and the lips. But the clitoris is the seat of pleasure in a woman. This is because the clitoris is one big bundle of nerve endings that instantly transmit signals of delight or pain.
The female sex organ as a whole has two main parts, the external anatomy and the inner anatomy. The clitoris as well as the inner labia are only visible when a woman spreads her legs.
The clitoris is a sexual organ that is present only in female mammals. The button like protrusion located beneath the pubic mound (mons) is the clitoris. It’s situated above the aperture of the urethra (where urine leaks out) and the vagina. Unlike the penis, which is physiologically similar to the clitoris, the clitoris isn’t a part of the emission process and it does not have the distal part of the urethra.
Physiologically, the penis and clitoris are counterparts. During embryonic growth, genital tissues folds and develops into either a clitoris or penis.
The clitoris is the one that reacts when a woman feels excited. The excitation of the clitoris may lead to sexual excitement and clitoral erection. Its continuing excitation may lead to sexual enjoyment in the female and climax, and is considered the key to females’ sexual pleasure.
Two significant parts of the clitoris you should know about are the shaft and the glans (or the “head”). On the slope of the mons pubis is the glans, a pink structure observable on the mons pubis during stimulation. This pink tip is blister-like and stiffens during stimulation. The shaft disappears into the body beneath the clitoral hood, which is a layer of tissue that passes around the clitoris. The head or glans of the clitoris is roughly the size and shape of a pea, although it can be considerably larger or smaller.
One good way to see the clitoris is to follow the line of the vulva, the inner lips, until you reach the peak near the mound. The inner lips or inner lips tighten and throbs during excitation, pulling the skin encasing the clitoris in some women. The tissues of the clitoral hood are just like the foreskin in males. When the prepuce retracts back, the tip of the clitoris is exposed.
The inner and external parts of the clitoris function in sexual enjoyment and female orgasm. A lubricated finger or a wet tongue should be used on the clitoris to incite pleasure. The inner clitoral zones are stimulated during sex.