The Female Reproductive Organs (Outer)

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Medical Name: Mons Pubis

Function: A mound of fatty tissue which secretes sexual attraction pheromones

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Medical Name: Prepuse

Function: A fold of touch sensitive skin that protects the highly touch sensitive clitoris.

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Medical Name: Clitoris

Function: Primary source for sexual pleasure, the clitoris extends internally to the vagina.

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Medical Name: Urethral Orifice

Function: The exit of a tube that facilitates passing of the urine held in the bladder.

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Medical Name: Vaginal Orifice (Introitus)

Function: Opening to the vagina facilitates sexual intercourse, birth and menstrual flow.

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Medical Name: Labia Majora

Function: Protective lips of tissue that produce lubricating secretions.

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Medical Name: Labia Minora

Function: Touch sensitive inner lips surround the vagina and swell during sexual arousal.

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Medical Name: Anus

Function: Circular muscular opening that controls the exit of feces from the rectum.

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Below is a three dimensional flythrough illustration of a clitoris. (It may take a few seconds to load). You can zoom in and out and spin the image around to view from any angle. The clitoris is made from the same kind of erectile tissue as the glans of the penis. It is rich with sensitive nerve endings, especially at the exposed tip. As far as we are aware it is the only human organ that exists solely for the purpose of pleasure.

Amazingly the full extent of this vital part of the female anatomy was only properly disclosed in 2005.

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