Braxton's quickie for the day...
In a past quickie (or two) we’ve discussed how the clitoris and the penis had the same embryonic beginnings. Further proof of the analogy is the fact that the clitoral hood (also known as the prepuce or foreskin) is made up of identical tissue to that of the male foreskin.
Through the ages, the foreskins for both genders have been frequent targets for genital mutilation / modification. While it’s rare to hear of a male asking for circumcision, it is not uncommon for a woman to seek surgical alteration of her foreskin. Presumably, the driver behind such a decision would be to eliminate any muting of clitoral sensitivity due to an “oversized” clitoral hood.
Women who have an ample clitoral hood that retracts easily have a wonderful masturbation option: stroke the clitoral shaft and glans with a deft back-and-forth motion of the hood. Grasp the hood as lightly as possible.
Men, does this technique sound familiar?
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