Does size matter
Does ‘size’ really matter? Yes. Yes, it does. There, I said it, and now it’s on the table.
Size matters, okay.
Now that we know about the full internal structure of the cli_to_ris and the complex, what we haven’t really considered is the shape and size of the cli_to_ris.
In fact, not even just its shape and size, both internally and externally, but how closely it sits to the opening.
In 1924, Princess Marie Bonaparte was the first to measure the distance between the cli_toris (presumably the glans, the external part of the organ) and the va_gina.
The size of the cl_ itoris, both its external and internal structure, will affect a woman’s experience of pleasure and or_g asm.
Her aim was to understand why some women experienced or-g_asm through penetrative s3_ex and others didn’t.
She conducted her research on more than 240 women and concluded that the further the c_li_toral glans was from the va_gi_ na, the less friction it would receive during pe_ne tration and therefore the less chance of org- _asm there was.
Of course, we now know that or_ r gasm isn’t dependent on pen*_ tration and that the cli_t rral structure is so much bigger than was thought at the time.
But almost a hundred years later, research into female s34 _xual anatomy is confirming her suspicions – that the size of the cli1_ttoris, both its external and internal structure, will affect a woman’s experience of pleasure and o0g_asm.
Considering the CUV complex, this makes quite a lot of sense.
Now, how ‘big’ your cl1_toris is, is dependent on a whole host of influences you do and don’t have control over.
For one thing, the hormonal inputs a foetus receives will affect the size of its s3t_x organ, whether it’s a p3_ 1nis or a cl_1t_toris. And as an adult, your hormonal fluctuations, cardiovascular health (remember, the cl-i=-toris is an er3_5ctile organ), and neural setup affects it.
Now, unless you have access to an MRI machine and the expertise to make sense of the images, you’re not going to know how big your cli_=(toris is.
But just understanding that your s3t_ual anatomy is unique, down to its size and shape, might take the pressure off if pleasure from down under isn’t happening for you.
Just because you can’t get off on one kind of touch doesn’t mean you can’t get off at all. It probably just means you haven’t found the touch that works for you.
So, while size matters, it’s not the only thing that matters. And finding out what works for YOU is where all the fun in pleasure lies.