Here's Gloria Steinem showing off a ring cast in the form of the internal clitoris by jewelry designer Penolopijones. How orgasmic!
Thanks to an antidepressant, a woman in the U.K. suffered a week-long clitoral erection. Not fun. She could barely stand on her own two feet, ladies, it was that painful.
Oh, g-spot orgasm. The media loves telling us that we should be having you all the time. (5 ways to have a highly specific orgasm from penis sex! And 5 reasons he thinks this is sexy!) And yet the media loves these studies about how your g-spot orgasm doesn't exist. Those silly women, and their silly fake orgasms.
Evolutionary biologist Sarah Blaffer Hrdy believes that since the clitoris is not linked to reproduction, it might just keep shrinking until it disappears. Sigh. Some dudes already have a hard time finding it as is.
It's been sixty years since scientists first figured out which part of the brain processes stimulation to which part of the body — on a man. It took til this year for someone to thoroughly map the same for a woman's body.
Rachel Rabbit White recently visited her favorite vintage shop and picked up a couple of old Playgirl issues from the 1970s—you know, America's sex-positive years. While reading an issue from 1973, she discovered a most shocking, ouchy story.
No, it's not the latest ridiculous plastic surgery procedure — the "labia lift" is a new search technique used at a Denver women's prison, and the ACLU says it's degrading and even dangerous.
Jesusophile, a single Dutchman, has a few thoughts on why vaginal sex should be painful, the role of the clitoris and incorporating fruit into your lovemaking. We break it down with pictures after the jump.
Google's strictest "SafeSearch" option has a bizarre way of filtering out search terms that relate to women's bodies. The word "clitoris" is completely banned on the word list of searchable terms but the word "vagina" brings up about 21 million results and "labia" brings up over 2 million "safe" options. For men,…
Even though we have them, I think most of us can agree that vaginas can be mysterious. The equipment is just so much more complicated than a penis. Or is it? In a video (click on the pic to see) Dr. Betty Dodson draws the internal clitoris, and shows us that the clit that we see on the outside of our bodies is just…
Some hope, perhaps, for victims of female genital mutilation? A new procedure being pioneered in Burkina Faso is reported to be able to begin to reconstruct the clitoris using "hidden" tissue, thus restoring sexual sensation. We wish the women undergoing this new procedure lots of luck and and hope that they and their…