…how about a crop CLITORIS?
Pretty, isn’t it? And only in France:
Here’s a droll initiative that won’t pass unnoticed. A crop clitoris, 120 metres long, has appeared in a field close to the Pierre-Rouge high school at Montferrier-sur-Lez. The term refers to crop circles, vast designs made in fields. Two sexologists from Montpellier, specialists in female pleasure, had the idea to create greater visibility for the clitoris.
“The clitoris hasn’t always had visibility in school science texts. Being the clitoris, it is quite simply absent, it is just named without reference to its function as an organ of feminine pleasure. Teaching remains focused on the reproductive organs of the woman. Our ‘Crop Clitoris’ is located next to a school campus, a promiscuity which comes in handy”, explain Marie-Noëlle Lanuit and Jean-Claude Piquard.
According to the two sexology specialists, the clitoris is barely taught about. “Feminine pleasure remains taboo in the medical world. Only vaginal pleasure is taught, where the clitoris plays a secondary role, with arguments which are often incompatible with anatomical facts,” say the scientists. “One can’t let them tell little girls that they have ‘nothing’, nor that female pleasure is a ‘mystery’. It is high time to know that the clitoris is the only organ uniquely dedicated to female sexual pleasure, and not the brain or the vagina.”
The two sexologists have called on women to come dressed in red to represent the nerve endings at the extremities of the glans, the only visible part of the clitoris, on Sunday, October 9, at 11 a.m. The aerial photos were taken with the help of a drone.
It’s worth noting, also, that the much-touted “vaginal” orgasm of old is nothing more than a clitoral orgasm, achieved by stimulating the back end(s) of the clit (which is what the G-spot is) rather than the glans (which is what most people understand by the clitoris, or rather, its small visible tip between the labia). In other words: All female orgasms are clitoral orgasms. Plain and simple.
And yes, they SHOULD be teaching this in schools. Everywhere!