Define pudendum. pudendum synonyms, pudendum pronunciation, pudendum translation, English dictionary definition of pudendum. n. pl. pu·den·da often pudenda The external genitals of a human, especially of a woman. pu·den′dal adj. n , pl -da the human external genital organs
The form of it resembled the pudenda of a man and woman lovingly joined in one. If a woman gives birth to pudenda, the royal dynasty will be changed. The malo is bound around the loins, after having passed between the legs, to cover the pudenda.
Pudendal neuralgia is a condition that causes pain, discomfort, or numbness in your pelvis or genitals. It happens when a major nerve in the lower body is damaged or irritated, and it can make it
Nowadays vagina envy has been joined by pudenda power. One famous expression of it is Courbet’s 1866 spread-eagle crotch shot, The Origin of the World, which scandalized not only because it displayed a flash of pink, but because it portrayed the female sex in its full hairy glory, rather than classicized and bare. Then there’s real life: John
The reported instances of men-struation in female infants and ren usually include a descriptionof abnormal pilary development about ly developed pudenda;and after the climacteric period, when some women conspicuously inexternal appearance begin to resemble individuals of the opposite sex,either isolated, thick, bristle-like hairs
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Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 5 (of 6) Havelock Ellis. This suggestion is borne out by the figures of women with the pudenda exposed and often exaggerated in size. The Witch-cult in Western Europe. Margaret Alice Murray. The form of it resembled the pudenda of a man and woman lovingly joined in one. The History of Virginia, in Four
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The naming of the female (and male) genitals as pudenda membra, meaning parts to be ashamed of, dates from the mid-17th century. The naming influenced the general perception of the vulva and this is shown in depicted gynaecological procedures.