Braxton's quickie for the day...
Today’s topic is a seldom-mentioned connective structure found on both genders: the frenulum, aka frenum. Aside from today’s customary genital focus, frenula can be found all over the body. For example, poke your tongue straight up just past your front teeth…you’ll feel the frenulum that connects from above your upper lip to your top front gum.
In men, the frenulum connects the underside of the glans (penis head) to the foreskin. When the penis is not erect, the frenulum serves to retain the foreskin in its protective position over the glans.
Women have frenula in two locations on the vulva: one on the underside of the clitoris, the other connects the labia minora near the vagina. The latter location falls victim to an episiotomy during childbirth.
By now, you’re probably wondering what this has to do with stimming!
Men can apply a small stim pad to the frenulum…a large pad just won’t work. That small, sensitive piece of connective tissue significantly amplifies the feeling of the stim.
Women, if you are able to stim the underside of the clitoris, you will be equally rewarded.