Wo ist eigentlich der Kitzler?

Where is the clitoris?

The clitoris is known for its extraordinary sensitivity. Did you know that around 8,000 nerve endings make it one of the most sensitive parts of the female body? What we're saying - He deserves some attention!

Where's the clit? Anyone who now thinks: "Stupid question, of course on the feet", may have associated the word clitoris with tickling, but has by no means dealt with the woman's sexual organ in more detail.
The tickler, also known as the clitoris , has nothing to do with tickling in the actual sense (apart from the fact that you can also make women laugh here). And in our opinion, it is still quite underestimated.


Where the clitoris is, there is also female pleasure.

The clitoris is a so-called "spongy body".

Even if a distinction is made between vaginal and clitoral orgasms, experts assume that the clitoris always plays a role.

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Table of contents

1. Where is the clitoris

Alright, pants down.

To find out where the clitoris is, you have to take a closer look at the vulva. Gladly also with a mirror and hands (alternatively on our graphic above).

Here we have:
The small and large labia (the name does not say it all, even the small ones can be large - and we are not happy with the word "labia" anyway), the vaginal vestibule, the vagina (i.e. the "entrance"), the ureters – and right at the top, before it goes to the mons pubis, hidden under the foreskin, is the small treasure chamber:

The tickler or clitoris . Looks pretty mini? Well, as the saying goes: the essential is invisible to the eye.
Because although only a small part (more precisely the glans) of the clitoris shows, there is much more behind it. Actually, it's not just the small bump, but a whole construction of two thighs and two cavernous bodies. Which in its full glory looks something like the picture above.

2. What the clitoris has to do with orgasm

When the mood heats up, blood rushes to the erectile tissue and—surprise, surprise—they swell. As a result, the area around the labia also becomes erogenous and the urethra becomes blocked (in case you've always wondered whether you can/must pee during sex).
In general, the sensitive clitoris plays a major role in a woman's orgasm -

Whether it's sex or masturbating.

The difference between a vaginal and clitoral orgasm relates to the way the stimulation leads to climax. It's important to note that orgasms can be experienced differently in women, and not all women experience exclusively clitoral or vaginal orgasm. Many women experience a combination of both or have other types of orgasms.
A clitoral orgasm occurs through direct stimulation of the clitoris , the highly sensitive area above the vagina. The clitoris contains a high concentration of nerve endings and is therefore an extremely erogenous zone. Stimulating the clitoris can be done through touch, friction, or oral stimulation. A clitoral orgasm is often described as an intense, throbbing sensation that spreads to the clitoris and surrounding areas.
A vaginal orgasm, on the other hand, is often associated with penetration . It is believed that stimulating certain areas within the vagina, such as the G-spot or the deep anterior wall of the vagina, can lead to vaginal orgasm. A vaginal orgasm is often described as a deeper, rippling sensation that spreads through the vagina and pelvic floor.

Many experts now assume that the clitoris at least plays a role in all orgasms.

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3. Clit vs. Penis - same same but different

If you take a close look at the graphic and read carefully where the clitoris is, you've probably already noticed something: glans, foreskin and two testicle-shaped spongy bodies - somehow a lot here sounds like a penis. And indeed - this is no coincidence. Because the clitoris only develops from about the 8th week of pregnancy.

Before that, the embryos look the same. So clitoris and penis have the same origin and are the respective pleasure center . yeah

Conclusion: The clitoris is small (at least on the outside) but definitely powerful! Now your question about “Where is the clitoris” should definitely be answered. In general, we should definitely pay more attention to this pearl, it will certainly return the favor.
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