Female Genital Anatomy Quiz
Think you already know your way around down there? Well, take the quiz and find out! Sheri says, “I thought that I knew, especially after my extensive medical education as well as equally intense alternative health explorations and studies. And yet, I didn’t know all there was to know. I was shocked by what I didn’t learn in school!”
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Q. A penis is mostly made up of erectile tissue, enabling it to become bigger, harder and more sensitive (engorged). Do women have erectile tissue?
A. Yes. Not only do they have it, women have the exact same kind of erectile tissue as men do.
Q. Do woman have a) less erectile tissue than men, b) more erectile tissue than men, or c) the same amount of erectile tissue as men?
A. Women have the same amount of erection equipment as men do. Pound for pound, inch for inch, women have just as much as men, it’s just arranged differently.
Q. Women’s erectile tissue is located a) in the renowned and ultra-sensitive clitoris, b) in a number of different interconnected but separate genital structures, c) in other yummy body parts, such as the nipples, lips, earlobes and nostrils, or d) all of the above.
A. All of the above. Women have an Erectile Network — a system of genital structures, including the well-known head of the clitoris (but that’s just the tip of the volcano). There’s much more! And we all have erectile tissue artfully arrayed around our bodies.
A. False. Women can be orgasmic from a variety of types of stimulation of different parts of their erectile network as well as from indirect non-genital stimulation. Usually, the sweetly sensitive bud of the clitoris is involved but doesn’t always require direct attention—although that’s often appreciated.
A. Yes and yes. It’s one part of the Erectile Network and it’s standard equipment. But it’s not a spot—so that name is misleading. Also known as the urethral sponge, it’s a cylinder of erectile tissue that surrounds the urethra (the pee tube). It’s located above the roof of the vagina and can be felt through the upper vaginal wall. With stimulation, it swells just like any other erectile tissue does. When erect, it feels like a spongy ridge or crest that runs along the mid-line of the vaginal roof. Other names for this structure are the urethral sponge, the female prostate, the Goddess spot, the squirt tube, the G-crest and the ridge.
A. Most certainly! Although only a small percentage of women profusely ejaculate naturally, all women can learn to do so, if they want. Squirting is a learnable skill!
Q. There is more to the female Erectile Network then the clitoris and the G-spot (aka the urethral sponge). True or False?
A. True—a lot more! And when the whole network of erectile equipment is attended to and all puffed up, than the band really begins to play! Want to learn more? Attend Sheri’s class or buy the book to get all the juicy details!
Want to know more?
Want to discover the whole enchilada (and how to make it hot?)
These lavishly illustrated Online Classes focus on Female Genital Anatomy:
- Secrets of Female Pleasure: Women’s Anatomy of Arousal
- The Fountain of the Goddess – The Learnable Art of Female Ejaculation
Sheri’s book, Women’s Anatomy of Arousal – Secret Maps to Buried Pleasure contains unique and extensive anatomy illustrations (drawn by Sheri!) that show, in great detail all of the parts women have, how they’re connected and how to make them happy! In fact, it won the 2010 Book of the Year award from AASECT (the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists) due to this ground-breaking understanding of female sexuality and anatomy.
“A must-read for every woman on Earth!!! I am 24 and highly recommend it to all women, to get the full understanding and knowledge of your body and pleasure that we are entitled to, have a right to and most importantly that there is nothing filthy, wrong or sinful about wanting pleasure, feeling it and having it!!! Please read this, your perception will change 360°” – Simona Ocelkova (Slovakia)
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