Found a beautiful, sexual word


    I think this word avoids the pitfalls of the one I shared before. 😉

    Effloresce.  It’s first definition is: “[To] Reach an optimum stage of development; blossom.”

    (It’s second definition is a fairly un-sexual scientific thing, so I’m ignoring that one.)

    Think about a woman’s vulva as sexual play progresses, as her husband and lover tenderly attends her, the petals of her passion flower will effloresce and welcome him to her heart.

    I think that’s just a beautiful word for that physiology. 🙂

    Under the stars Asked on February 21, 2020 in Chit Chat, Jokes, and More .
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      Clitoria is a flower genus, named so since these flowers resemble the human clitoris and vulva. Specifically, the clitoria ternatea species includes a variety of beautiful flowers that are celebrated efflorescence of the clitoris and vulva. Chiefly among them is the butterfly pea. A search for ‘clitoria ternatea’ will bring-up beautiful photos of this flower species that resemble the female clitoris and vulva.


      Blanket on a secluded beach! Answered on February 21, 2020.

      Thank you for sharing this! I’m going to have to get some of these. I have always loved sweet peas, which grow along roadsides around here.  My dad used to pick them, along with some wild day lilies for my mom.

      on February 21, 2020.
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        That’s funny—DW and I were having a conversation last night about her anatomy that included a comparison to a flower blossoming when fully aroused! Not sure I’ll use effloresce in conversation, but always good to add to the vocabulary!

        On the floor Answered on February 21, 2020.
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          Yes, I love that word too!

          Very beautiful! (Both the word picture and the reality!) Thanks for sharing and blessing us with your linguistic skills!!

          Are you a sexual linguist?

          Under the stars Answered on February 21, 2020.

          I simply love to play with words. A picture may be worth a thousand words, but a picture only engages one sense while those thousand words can engage all five physical ones, the sixth one we speak of, and several others we haven’t even defined yet. 🙂

          on February 21, 2020.
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            Last December I ordered flowers for one of my garden beds.  Well, pea seeds really.  I wanted color and prolific flowering.  I found Butterfly Tea Vine Seed,  Rich Royal Blue; Clitoria Turnatea, Bunga telanga.  Yes, they resemble a clitoris in flower and seed pod.  Interestingly, they are edible.   Now, I only respond to this because I have over the last couple of years begun to tell my DW of her beauty and that includes her vulva.  She was at first rather shocked, but as time passed and I was consistent she became encouraged and responsive.

            Blanket on a secluded beach! Answered on February 22, 2020.
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