Women are lucky, they get to have the only organ in the human body dedicated exclusively for pleasure: The clitoris. The small part we can see is only the gland (腺) of the clitoris. Like an iceberg, its biggest part is hidden inside the body. Two 10 centimeters roots extend from each side. It is through this internal part that some women have a vaginal orgasm. The clitoris is like a small penis. It fills with blood and lengthened when excited. But it is much more ticklish (怕痒的) than the penis! The clitoris has repeatedly been discovered and rediscovered by different men. The clitoris’ existence has been well known since Ancient Greece, but it wasn’t until 1559 that Italian surgeon Realdo Colombo officially identified it. Two years later, another man proclaimed that is was he discovered it! Since then, the clitoris has continued to be forgotten or misrepresented (歪曲) in literature. Many men have squabbled (争吵) around the subject of the clitoris and the female orgasm. In Ancient Greece and the Middle Ages, women’s orgasms were encouraged for better fertility. Until the early 19th century, even the Catholic Church was advising women to have orgasms to help release sexual tension. But starting in the 1800s, doctors claims that the orgasm provokes the contraction of terrible diseases like hysteria, and declared that the clitoris is a completely useless organ. Then Sigmund Freud, the Number One enemy of the clitoris, invented the concept of the vaginal orgasm and decreed that a mature woman must find her pleasure exclusively through penetration. Thus began a wave of clitoral obscurantism (蒙蔽主义). Today, the clitoris is still living in obscurity. Caresses (爱抚) are often seen as mere foreplay! Yet this dear clitoris asks only to be loved. Since it exists only for your pleasure, why not use it?