Clitoris Mural – Sexual Therapy

Does the size of the clitoris affect pleasure?

Well no. Both scientifically and from my extensive experience, I can emphatically say no. Because not all women who come to the office and find it difficult to reach orgasm through the clitoris, have a small clitoris.

In fact, the women who come to the office for orgasmic difficulties have been women with clitoris of very different sizes and shapes. But if size doesn’t matter, why does this happen? Well, the answer lies in taboos, in family and religious education and even in the influence of society: Unlike the man whose penis is external and invites self-exploration, the female genitalia are more hidden (covered in some cases totally by the external lips) and they do not invite so much to the touching, in addition to the comments and repressions that women usually suffer when they are young and touch, as if their pussy were radioactive. And all this causes a lack of self-knowledge of one’s sex and fear of touching and exploring oneself. And if you also have only one sexual partner in your entire life, or that the sexual partner or partners are selfish and not sexually altruistic, it can also influence in some cases.

Almost all the women who have consulted me believe that it is their fault, the size of their clitoris, and have resigned themselves for years to believe that they have not been blessed with the luck of enjoying sex and a good orgasm like that. rest of her friends. And beware that we are talking about the clitoris, not the G-spot or vaginal orgasms …

The clitoris has more than 8000 nerve endings (twice that of a penis) all arranged and prepared exclusively for female pleasure. No matter the size, the number of nerve endings does not vary, and what “peeks out” is only the tip of the iceberg. Thus, as long as there is no gynecological or physiological problem ruled out by a professional, it is a mental block (“I can’t”, “I’m not like the others”, “my clitoris is small”) that has been created in turn, an energy blockage in the vulva area that in turn generates more mental blockage (“you see, I can’t, it’s impossible”) and that little by little affects the emotional (apathy, lack of sexual desire, sadness, unhappiness …)

And some women are not only affected by anorgasmia, but also tend to reflect hypersensitivity in the clitoris or pain that prevents its direct and lasting stimulation. Something that aggravates the blockages even more. And another blocking factor is hearing the “you don’t have a clitoris”, “you can’t be seen”, “it’s too small”, causing this and a good drop in self-esteem. But no, your clitoris is perfect.

On the other hand, there are women with a clitoris size larger than the average, and that did not cause any problem until someone tells them “how big” or “I don’t suck that” etc etc … then generating the same blockages and complex than women who have it smaller.

So forget about it. There is no big or small clitoris. Its size does not influence pleasure. The important thing is to know yourself, explore yourself: Know how and what you like, let yourself go and think about nothing more than enjoying yourself. Forget if you’re going to go to hell for touching yourself or cumming. Your pleasure is yours. Your body is yours. And if someone doesn’t like it … NEXT

And for example, this mural of anonymous women who have submitted their clitoris so that we can see how different but beautiful clits are regardless of their size.

There are photographs that are not of sufficient quality or do not clearly show the clitoris, but I wanted to upload them as well as a token of appreciation for the generosity and courage of all these women participating.

We would love to give thanks to the writer of this write-up for this amazing material

Clitoris Mural – Sexual Therapy


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