The ClitoRing

April 29 2015, category: Press Releases
This provocative little anatomical form, mysterious yet oddly familiar, is a subtly stylized representation of a thing we all know, yet may know surprisingly little about. Until very recently both science and culture have misunderstood and often ignored all but the very tip of it. Penelope Jones' ring, illustrate the newly rediscovered internal structure of the clitoris. (see sonogram photo below)The sensitive little button at the top of a woman's vulva is just the tip of the iceberg. What lies beneath the surface is vastly more complex and fascinating. It contains eight thousand nerve endings at the tip that permeate through this greater internal structure, then connect to fifteen thousand more, suggesting that even vaginal orgasms are technically "clitoral." Over a lifetime a clitoris will increase in sensitivity and size seven times. The "wings," called the bulbs of the vestibule, hug the vaginal canal, composed of erectile tissue, they become swollen during arousal. The two "arms," the crura form a wishbone-like shape. We like to think of them as a tuning fork, a device for sending and receiving vibrational energy, possibly for exploring the resonant structure of the universe.

Penelopi Jones has hand crafted these jewelry objects as a fun and elegant conversation piece to help you illustrate to your lovers and friends a greater understanding of the miraculous structure of the internal clitoris. The artist was selected to receive the first Clitoris Awareness Award for her creation.

May this ClitoRing serve you as a talisman for extraordinary orgasms!

Clitoraid will soon offer the ring is a fundraiser for it humanitarian endeavor, in the meantime, please feel to visit Penelopi Jones.

Sonogram of the complete anatomy of the clitoris