Female Libido and Anatomy Glossary of Terms
The narrow, lower part of the womb or uterus, the cervix forms a canal leading into the vagina itself.
Also known as the prepuce, the clitoral hood is a fold of skin that protects the clitoris.
Extremely sensitive to sexual stimulation, the clitoris is a female erectile organ found within the anterior junction of the labia minora. The external portion is typically no larger than the size of a pea.
Fallopian tubes transport a woman’s eggs from the ovary to the uterus. One tube connects to each of two ovaries.
Though uncommon and not widely researched, the female ejaculation involves a release of fluid from the external genetalia due to pressure or orgasm. The discharge is a clear fluid from the paraurethral ducts through and around the urethra.
Located on the inside anterior vaginal wall and shaped like a tiny bean, the G-spot is an erogenous zone which, when stimulated, can lead to intense sexual pleasure.
The two large, outer lips (or folds of skin) of the Vagina. One part of the vagina that can grow hair and be most easily seen.
The smaller lips that lie inside the labia majora and surround the openings to the urethra and vagina.
The fleshy mound around the pubic area to protect the vagina and make sex more comfortable for women.
The natural urge to have sex. Can be interfered with by medications or emotional challenges.
Can refer to difficulties with desire, arousal, orgasm, or all. There are many successful treatments involving therapy, products, or medication.
The passage leading from the opening of the vulva to the cervix of the uterus. The female sex organ entered during sex.
Occurs when vaginal lubrication is not functioning properly, or woman is not aroused. Many techniques and therapies exist to help women with chronic dryness.
The external components of the female genitalia.