International Clitoris Awareness Week: Check it Out!

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May 4, 2013 by gabnormal

This year the week of May 6 marks the start of International Clitoris Awareness Week, thanks to the work of Las Vegas based Clitoraid, who aim to help female victims of genital mutilation.

Personally, I think this is pretty sweet.

Normally, I think that devoting weeks, days or months to certain tings is stupid. That’s only because really, we shouldn’t need a specific calendar date to celebrate women, or African Americans, or raise awareness about Autism or anything else. Because those people and things along with every other minority group or what-have-you that may have a day dedicated to it shouldn’t need a day. They should be celebrated year round.

But I guess you gotta crawl before you walk.

This article appeared in Huffington Post’s Weird News section. my problem with this is that it shouldn’t be considered “weird” news. There’s nothing weird about female genitalia. It’s human, and it’s been there for centuries. It’s also a pretty sweet spot on a female. So overall, I wouldn’t call it weird. I’d actually call it pretty cool.

In conclusion, ladies, celebrate your clitorises (yes, that’s the plural. I checked), not only during one week of May this year, but every week. Because really, there’s no reason not to.

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