Don’t Hide It!

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“It’s still taboo for a woman to say that she wants more out of sex…but some women now realise it’s okay to ask for more and to be positive about their sexuality.”

It’s relatively uncommon for women to orgasm through intercourse alone. In fact, according to a 2017 study, only about 18 percent of women achieve orgasm through penetration alone — meaning no hands, mouth, or toys needed. More often than not, clitoral stimulation is required, or at least beneficial, when it comes to orgasming during sex.

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Where And What Is The Clitoris?

Many know the clitoris as a mini remnant penis. But it is more than that.

Only a pea sized portion of the clitoris is visible to the naked eye. Most of the rest of it is actually hidden behind the vulva. So what you are seeing is in fact only the tip of the iceberg.

Now this tip has a little hood that covers the all mighty clitoral glans hidden just beneath it.

Ok so lets get down to locating this glans of the clitoris:

  1. First get undressed and make sure you have a hand mirror.

  2. Sit on floor bed or chair and open your legs, putting one foot up

  3. Hold the mirror between your legs and angle it so you can see your vulva.

  4. Use your free hand to pull your outer and inner lips apart.

  5. Look at the very top of your “slit,” follow the border of your inner labia and you will a triangular roof where there’s a small little bulge.

  6. That bulge is your clitoris hood. Put your finger at the top of it and pull back the hood towards you. That should reveal more clearly the glans hiding underneath the sleeve of the clitoral hood.

Some women have a very bulky clitoral hood often keeping the glans covered even when engorged during arousal making impossible for the clitoris to unleash its potential to deliver intense orgasms.

What Part Of The Clitoris Is Most Sensitive?

The clitoral glan that lives cloaked by the clitoral hood, is the most sensitive part of a woman’s genitalia.

Reason is, the glans has over 8000 nerve endings in it and this makes it a highly erogenous and sensitive structure. Stroking the clitoral glans the right way can produce intense pleasurable sensations culminating in a clitoral orgasm.

For years, conceptual artist Sophia Wallace has been spreading the concept of “cliteracy”, educating both women and men about the truths of female pleasure and female sexuality which is women can orgasm entirely and solely from their clitoris.

What Is A Clitoral Lift?

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A Clitoral Lift is performed for the purpose of making the clitoral glans more prominent. With the lifting, the clitoral glans can be made to reveal itself from underneath the clitoral hood.

So this can deal with the problem of a shy clitoral glan which is masked behind its hood. During sexual stimulation the clitoral glan gets engorged, a procedure like a clitoral lift simply lends support to the glans,
giving it a boost, allowing it to protrude out more. This makes it more accessible and more likely to be stimulated during finger foreplay or during vaginal intercourse.

How Is A Clitoris Lift Done?

A Clitoris Lift is a quick bed side procedure done under local anaesthetic.

  1. A doctor may apply anaesthetic cream over the vulva (this is optional)

  2. Your doctor will identify a specific point along the inner labia where she will inject some local anaesthetic to numb the nerves supplying the clitoris

  3. Pulling your clitoral hood up, your doctor will inject some hyaluronic acid filler directly underneath the clitoral bulb

  4. This gives your clitoris glans a filled up effect and make it more prominent

This procedure allows you to enjoy clitoral stimulation and to achieve more intense repeated arousals with touch to the clitoris. Don’t tame the dragon, allow it to unleash its potential. You deserve to enjoy great orgasms!

You can call us at Insync Medical and speak to our approachable doctors to enquire more about this procedure.

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