Clitoral climax

 

Clitoral orgasm. With very slight pressure on the clitoris, it is possible to excite the uterovaginal plexuses by clitoral manipulation. The delicate nerve ending on this small organ makes it extremely sensitive and capable of exciting the plexuses. But it is wrong to assume that vaginal orgasm is the same as clitoral one. Both however discharge via the bulbospongiosus. There seems to be no serious scientific support for a G-spot with excitatory function in the wall of the vagina.

How to reach clitoral climax: technique


 

 

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