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Clit-me • Mobile Application

7 October 2019
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Tool's title
Clit Me [➦]

Languages
✎ English
✎ French

Target audience
• All populations

Types
• Educational game
• Mobile Application

Duration
5 minutes

Conception by
National Film Board of Canada (Jeunes pousses 2018)

Release date and last update
March 8th 2019 (No update as of the review date)

Official description
By trying out different motion “techniques” on their Smartphones to figure out what makes it happy, Clit Me aims to demystify female pleasure and that seemingly little-known organ we call the clitoris.

When first having sex with a new partner, 62 % of heterosexual women will reach orgasm, compared to 85 % of men. On the other hand, lesbian women reach orgasme 75 % of the time. This phenomenon is referred to as the “orgasm gap”. In their readings, the Jeunes pousses learned that one of the reasons the orgasm gap exists is that many people don’t know much about the female pleasure organ: the clitoris. Discovered in 1559, the clitoris has often been the victim of myths or even obscurantism. It was only in 2015 that the first 3-D model of the clitoris appeared. Little discussed in school textbooks, if at all, the clitoris continues to surprise many today. And the studies speak: more educated women are more sexually satisfied. Faced with these facts, we decided we wanted to inform others about female sexual satisfaction. * We don’t pretend to touch on all aspects of female sexual satisfaction. The clitoris is not the only source of pleasure, and not all women have one.

Official reference
Jeunes pousses 2018. (2019). Clit Me. Retrieved from https://www.nfb.ca/interactive/clitme

To access the tool
☛ https://clitme.nfb.ca/

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Precisions by the surveyors
Sexual education, sexuality, body, young, girls, boys, fun, interactive, free

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