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Imadethisupwithnoforethought's avatar

NSFW- Does size matter in this instance?

Asked by Imadethisupwithnoforethought (14348 points ) February 1st, 2013

How come we never talk about the relative sizes of clitorises? Men, what size do you prefer? Women, are you comfortable with the size you have?

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livelaughlove21's avatar

I would think that as long as it doesn’t resemble a penis (and some do), it’s all good in the neighborhood.

I’m happy with the size of mine.

What about girls that have a lot of lips going on? Sometimes there seems to be a lot of loose skin down there on some women. Mine is like a neat little compact package, but apparently it explodes at some point.

pleiades's avatar

The more it flaps the more it claps.

livelaughlove21's avatar

@pleiades That made me gag a little.

wundayatta's avatar

I doubt that size is related to sensitivity.

Imadethisupwithnoforethought's avatar

@wundayatta thank you for your informed opinion :)

Bellatrix's avatar

I’m very happy with what I have and it works perfectly. No lover has ever complained about my genitalia and one did comment that it’s very pretty. I have no idea what constitutes pretty in this context.

augustlan's avatar

So long as it can be located, it’s all good! I’m quite happy with mine, thank you very much. :p

Judi's avatar

You all really need to see the Vagina Monologues. It is done every year in February all over the world. Find it in your community.
This question made me think of two Monologues already. “The Vagina Workshop” and “Because He Liked to Look at it.”
It will make you laugh and cry.

Unbroken's avatar

Actually labia lips sizes are celebrated in some cultures.

The larger the more glorious.

Camel toes make some people smile in joy and anticipation.

Shippy's avatar

Interesting question all round. How many women say “I’ve got a big clitoris!”. Or which guys talk in the shower room laughing ”... and wow she had a huge clitoris”

What is said though is, she has a hole like the Grand Canyon, or I could park two cars in there. Sometimes this is said about women who have born children. And most times in said by men with smaller penises.

But what is commented a lot about regards size is breasts.

I think to most men, and to most women the clitoris and vulva is a mystery. The clitoris is not just a small ‘button’, it has ‘legs’ that creep around and down under the vulva outside of the vaginal opening. Then forms delightful springs at the vaginal opening. Then above that is a rougher patch internally referred to as the G Spot. To be able to caress all of these areas is a wonderful sensation for a woman. Yet so few people know that. So the clitoris is just the beginning of a sensitive organ.

did I go off topic again?

Imadethisupwithnoforethought's avatar

@Shippy No you are fine. I remember the most sexual woman I ever knowed had a large clitoris, and I used to joke that it made he super sexed up.

I only asked this Q in jest because so many Q’s have been asked about Q size.

I think about clit sized based on my own experience, but I can’t prove it

DigitalBlue's avatar

I had a recent, interesting discovery about this. I have a small clitoris, with no visible hood, and I also have little, maybe no visible labia minora. I’m 30 years old and I just realized that this isn’t particularly common, though apparently my siblings have a similar… make up.
We also had this conversation in a house full of people, luckily everyone had plenty to drink. Hah.

zensky's avatar

Comfy armchair. Popcorn. Whisper mode. I’m good.

ucme's avatar

Err, not bothered…just fuck, as long as it’s not a welly top, i’m good.

Shippy's avatar

@Imadethisupwithnoforethought As I do believe being sexual, even sexy all starts in the mind, I would not consider a larger clitoris the reason for one woman being more sexual than another.

Unbroken's avatar

I agree with @Shippy. My personal experience as well as logic tells me otherwise. It would be like equating penis size to sexuality or sensuality.

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