February 16, 2006
why some females have clits inside the labia majora to where it is
not noticable and some females have their clits on the outside of the
labia majora? what is wrong with hidden clits? is it
normal? and if so why is there only few of us females who have them?
and which one of them are more pleasing to the man, as well as
for the females who have them?
in other words, woman who have a clit on the outside are more sexual?
What you describe as a "clit inside the labia majora" is probably just a small clit of which neither the shaft nor the head is big enough to make a protrusion above the majora. Just like the inner labia, clitorises come in a large variety of shapes and sizes. Some are huge, some are tiny, many are just in between. Some have a relatively long and thick shaft that is very visible; others may be more buried under the skin and seem as if they're not even there.
Now, how small should a clit be before calling it abnormal? I couldn't tell you with certitude. But as long as there is a clit, with its glans, shaft and prepuce, then it's likely a normal one. Doctors would probably call the "hidden" clit an anatomic variation.
A prominent clit means easier sexual stimulation, because it is easier to manipulate. But that doesn't mean that a smaller or hidden clit makes you less sexual. According to Dr. Ruth Westheimer, there are no data that show larger or smaller clitorises to be any more or less sensitive. And, since you asked it, I would say that a prominent clit is a little more pleasing to men than a hidden one.