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- adj. of, or relating to the clitoris
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- adj. Of or pertaining to the clitoris.
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- adj. of or relating to the clitoris
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It is the first in an entirely new naval architecture class -- technically, "clitoral" (not to be confused with "littoral") -- being pushed on the Pentagon by the defense minded wussies in the Obama Administration as a cost-saving measure.
(The American Academy of Pediatrics disturbingly stated in May that it only had an issue with "all types of female genital cutting that pose risks of physical or psychological harm" -- as if any kind of clitoral mutilation did not necessarily entail such harm.
"You have to literally manipulate the pronunciation of clitoral to rhyme it with literal."
"I doubt anything clitoral minds being manipulated."
This is the equivalent of Eliza Doolittle teaching Queen Victoria clitoral stimulation and birth control.
Til she's a starry mass of clitoral tissue, pure impulse —
Ms Burchill's spokesperson said, Julie would like it do be known that she wouldn't have touched Moir's wrinkled, dried-out clitoral area with a dettol-coated broomstick, much less any of her own erogenous zones.
Moir: "wouldn't touch her wrinkled, dried-out clitoral area with a dettol-coated broomstick"
Elevated testosterone levels can causes early puberty and in girls, excess hair growth and clitoral enlargement.
In Mali, where 85 percent of women and girls experience clitoral excision, Goundo and her husband are convinced they would be powerless to protect their daughter from her grandparents, who believe all girls should be excised.