Today we want to debunk three myths about the clitoris - because it's time to give the clitoris the attention it deserves. 😉
Myth 1 : The clitoris was not discovered until the late 1990s.
Fact: The structure of the entire clitoris has been known since the 17th century. The clitoris consists of, among other things, the clitoral pearl, the clitoral legs, the shaft and various cavernous bodies and can thus visually resemble a butterfly.
Myth 2: The clitoris is just the little "bud" at the top of the vulva.
Fact: The clitoris is much bigger than most people think. It is usually between 8.5 and 14.5 cm long. It extends internally and has spurs that extend around the vagina.
Myth 3: The clitoris and penis are not related.
Fact: The penis and clitoris are very similar in structure. Both the penis and the clitoris have cavernous bodies that enlarge during sexual arousal, among other things. Both organs arise from the same tissue during embryonic development.