The Vagina, Clitoris, Uterus and More by Share A lot of questions about how to have sex , how to masturbate, and worries about all of what's all going on down below can be easily solved by simply getting to know what genitals and other reproductive organs are all about. Many things some people presume are problems with some kinds of sex or genital function or appearance are just realities of anatomy they didn't know. It can help to get yourself a mirror, make sure you have some real privacy or at least a door that locks and some quality time to get to know your body and yourself. We'll just look at what you can see and feel, to get you started.
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The visible glans of the clitoris is the little "button" peeking out from beneath the clitoral prepuce or foreskin at the top of the opening to the vagina. Back in the mids, when the net was smaller, there was a funny little newsgroup called alt. It was a friendly place, a virtual community where anyone could ask a question about sex, and someone -- or several folks -- would answer it factually and non-judgementally. Most, but not all, of the people who asked questions were in their teens, but because this was before the huge outcry for censorship of explicit sexual material on the net, we had no problem with that.
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Does every person with a vagina have one? Is it supposed to look like that? That flap is your clitoral hood, a fold of skin that surrounds and protects your glans clitoris.
The Latin genitive is clitoridis, as in " glans clitoridis ". In medical and sexological literature, the clitoris is sometimes referred to as "the female penis" or pseudo-penis ,  and the term clitoris is commonly used to refer to the glans alone;  partially because of this, there have been various terms for the organ that have historically confused its anatomy. Structure Stages in the development of the clitoris In mammals, sexual differentiation is determined by the sperm that carries either an X or a Y male chromosome. Initially undifferentiated, the tubercle develops into either a clitoris or penis during development of the reproductive system depending on exposure to androgens primarily male hormones.