What is Clitoral glans?
It is the outer section of the female sex organ, referred to as the “Clitoris” by anatomists.
Clitoral glans – Other Names
The structure is also referred to by the following other names:
Clitoral glans - Appearance
The shape of this structure is more or less similar to that of a pea, although it can be quite smaller or even bigger in appearance.
Clitoral glans - Anatomy
This female genital region is attached to the Frenulum clitoridis and the clitoral hood forms a covering over it. The Frenulum clitoridis as well as the clitoral hood are external. They are affixed to the two inner folds of the vulva referred to as the Labia minora.
Clitoral glans - Function
The glans is highly sensitive, as it contains as many nerve endings as the male Glans penis. However, the nerves are concentrated in a smaller region in case of females. Due to this reason, it is more sensitive to sexual stimulation and heightens pleasure during intercourse. When stimulated, blood fills the glans and the latter projects outside the clitoral hood or from beneath it.
Clitoral glans - Pictures
Get an idea about this female body structure from these images.
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