A non-existent yet highly lauded piece of the female anatomy allegedly part of a female's vagina. In reality, this word is derived from two latin words. 'Clit' from the latin name 'Clitus' - who was an over-sensitive and deceitful military commander belonging to the Macedonian nobility, and 'oris' - derrived from the latin word for mouth. The word developed because Clitus was very famous for speaking lies and exaggerating stories of his military victories (hence the 'oris' in the word. Since then 'Clitoris' evolved into a term that stood for a fabrication designed in order to deceive or trick. The name was picked up by an early feminist seeking to find ways to humiliate and belittle her male peers, and saw that the best way to do this was by pretending that there was a part of her body and a part of every woman's body that all men failed to stimulate, and so bring them to 'orgasm.' In this way, men are siultaneously made to look inferior to women (who supposedly can stimulate the 'clitoris') and feel a significant amount of shame and lack of self-worth. The word clitoris was created hand-in-hand with another myth, the female orgasm.
Why can you never stimulate my clitoris properly?
You're obviously a rubbish person if you can't find the clitoris.
Well I can find your penis, why can't you find my clitoris.