What Is the Physiological Purpose of The Clitoris?

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Question: What is the physiological purpose of the clitoris?


The physiological purpose of the clitoris is to give girls and women pleasure and orgasms during a sexual encounter.

You see, the clitoris is the only organ on the female body whose sole purpose is to provide sexual pleasure…

…and one that is guaranteed to make girls and women cum (have an orgasm).


The actual clitoris reaches deep into a woman’s or girl’s genitals…

…what we see on the outside – the tiny pink organ situated above the vaginal opening which often ‘conceals itself’ under a small hood of skin called the clitoral hood is just the head of the clitoris – the visible part.

The actual clitoris reaches deep into a woman’s genitals and encircles the genitals.

The entire clitoris (including the hidden structure) is about five inches long.

The head of the clitoris alone…

…is the most sensitive organ or erogenous zone on a woman’s body – so much more sensitive than the penis… and it provides a woman with exquisite pleasure and orgasms when stimulated properly.

Stimulation of the clitoral head – either by manual touch, oral, or during intercourse – feels terrific to a woman and gets her even more sexually excited and puts her in a high state of arousal… which consequently leads to orgasm when stimulated properly.

The internal parts of the clitoris…

…which service a woman’s entire genitalia also play a role in the production of pleasure and orgasms.

The internal parts of the clitoris run parallel to the outer vaginal lips

The outer vaginal lips – also called the labia majora – are the flesh or the soft skin that surrounds the vaginal opening or that covers the vaginal opening and the urethral opening.

The internal parts of the clitoris – in the form of nerve fibers – run parallel to the outer vaginal lips… and this is the reason pleasuring or stimulating the outer vaginal lips feels pleasurable to a woman.

The pleasure a woman feels when her pussy or vaginal lips are pleasured or stimulated is caused by stimulation to the internal parts of the clitoris that runs beneath the skin of the outer vaginal lips.

Moving on…

The internal parts of the clitoris surround the vaginal canal

The vaginal canal is the pussy hole – where the penis goes.

…and this place is extremely sensitive to stimulation due to the internal parts of the clitoris that surrounds it.

The extreme pleasure a woman feels during intercourse or penetration is caused by stimulation to the internal parts of the clitoral structure that surrounds or lies on either side of her vaginal canal.

The nerve fibers of the internal parts of the clitoris connect with the nerve fibers that surround the anus

…and this is part of the reason anal stimulation is pleasurable to a woman.

…and here’s another interesting fact:

Research has shown that the G-spot – an erogenous zone inside the vagina on the top side (the upper wall of the vagina) about 1-2 inches or two knuckles past the vaginal opening – is an extension of the clitoris.

The internal part of the clitoris – the clitoral tissue or nerve fibers – extends into the anterior or upper wall of the vagina.

…and thus, the pleasure a woman feels when her front vaginal wall or her G-spot is pleasured or stimulated is caused by stimulation to the internal parts of the clitoris that runs along the anterior (upper) wall of the vagina.

Wait… there’s more

The clitoris is also responsible for all female orgasms.

In other words, all forms of female orgasm are clitoral.

A study of the female anatomy revealed that the clitoris plays a key part in all female orgasms.

So this is to say, a breast orgasm and vaginal orgasms are the results of the stimulation of the internal part of the clitoris.

To conclude…

…all the parts of the clitoris (including the pinky little head and the parts hidden) participate in the production of pleasure and is responsible for a woman’s orgasm. [Read: ‘10 Interesting Facts about the Clitoris That’ll Make Your Hair Stand on End’]

So, there you have it…

…what the physiological purpose of the clitoris is.

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