The clitoris is the pleasure center to every vulva owner’s station. Did you know that 80% of vulvas need the clitoris to orgasm? That means only 20% of women can orgasm from penetration alone. Even then, it’s hypothesized that the g-spot (an internal walnut textured vaginal pleasure spot) is connected to the clitoris. So statistically speaking, the clitoris is where it’s at for a lot of women.
When it comes to sex toys, it seems that the industry is largely tailored to women, and it is. Women’s pleasure is not that easy to come by.
Yes, those of us that identify as females are lucky when it comes to enhanced pleasure because we’ve got so many different gadgets and gizmos to choose from.
Penises may have a generally easier time getting off without a hitch, but that doesn’t mean they don’t want a little extra sensation from time to time.
When it comes to our favorite movies and TV shows, life is depicted as many things. Perfectly timed one liners, flawlessly made-up faces when falling asleep for the night, and of course rides into the sunset as the finale track fades in to sum up the lessons we just learned in the last 120 minutes.
Rarely in these classifications, however, is accuracy really taken into account—which reigns true most of all when it’s time for the token sequence of steamy on-screen sex.
The utility and versatility of an item no matter what it is, without a doubt is economically advantageous to say the least. Life can be expensive.
We’ve at last reached our final installment of our Sexual Alphabet exploration.
This last journey together takes us on a tour of our erogenous zones!