The Latin genitive is clitoridis, as in " glans clitoridis ". In medical and sexological literature, the clitoris is sometimes referred to as "the female penis" or pseudo-penis ,  and the term clitoris is commonly used to refer to the glans alone;  partially because of this, there have been various terms for the organ that have historically confused its anatomy. Structure Stages in the development of the clitoris In mammals, sexual differentiation is determined by the sperm that carries either an X or a Y male chromosome. Initially undifferentiated, the tubercle develops into either a clitoris or penis during development of the reproductive system depending on exposure to androgens primarily male hormones. The clitoris forms from the same tissues that become the glans and shaft of the penis, and this shared embryonic origin makes these two organs homologous different versions of the same structure. The urogenital sinus persists as the vestibule of the vagina , the two urogenital folds form the labia minora, and the labioscrotal swellings enlarge to form the labia majora, completing the female genitalia.
This is a 3D model of a clitoris – and the start of a sexual revolution
Penis like huge clits
Company handout This month, pupils across France will be able to use the first full-size anatomical model of a clitoris in their sex education classes. Considering all the technological, medical and scientific achievements humans have made, this seems to have taken a long time. The distribution of this model has been possible due to 3D printing technology ; but even three-dimensional MRI scans, which previously produced the most accurate representations of the clitoris, only became available in But it was worth the wait.
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I'd be interested in seeing what the stats are for the number of people that utilize French Language Services here in Ontario in comparison to the number of people that use other languages than French or English as their primary language. I'm guessing French doesn't top the list, yet we pander to them. When you can't afford to eat, ordering steaks is a bad idea. When you can't afford to run the province, catering to every little niche and special interest group is a bad idea. And considering we're running deficits, that clearly means we can't afford to run the province