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Virgin-O-LogyPrenuptial Medical Certificate.
Medical Certificate prior to Marriage.
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Erection of the clitoris also known as clitoral tumescence
Rub your clitoris to facilitate conception
- Massage your wife's clitoris to get her pregnant easier
The virgin sheela na gign of Ballyarkin, Ireland: small breasts suggest tha she hand't conceived yet; could be shown to brides on their wedding day to teach them how to facilitate conception by rubbing their clitoris.
In Western and Eastern medicine from antiquity through the Middle Ages, and the Renaissance, it was believed that not only husband's but also wife's ejaculation was necessary to conceive a baby. What's happened to this knowledge now? Even if it is not all true, even if squirting is not always achievable, the manual stimulation of the clitoris should regain its role during each conjugal coitus. As a reminder of useful wisdom from the past, a copy of revolutionary Venus depictions can be used:
"Giorgione’s goddess is most likely pleasuring herself, which was believed to be a necessary action for conception during the Renaissance. According to contemporaneous gynecological treatises, female masturbation made a woman more fertile because Renaissance physicians believed that female orgasms were required for conception. Medical treatises explained that female orgasms were similar to men’s ejaculations, and that both parties needed to release “seeds of life” preferably at the same time to successfully conceive a child. Giorgione’s Sleeping Venus: Function, Influences, and Inspiration by Kendra Alexson, 2013
"Utrum in generation: sit necessarium mulierem spermatizare" Questiones Attrebatenses Disputatio eremitae et Raymundi super aliquibus dubiis quaestionibus Sententiarum magistri Petri Lombardi.: Lullus, Raimundus: Liber super Quaestiones magistri Thomae Atrebatensis by Raimundus Lullus, 1299
“A woman cannot get pregnant without feeling great pleasure in the sexual act, as she then emits her seed, and the womb is constricted as it is written… Before they begin to copulate, they must talk together about conceiving, and image the conception… After talking like this, they must touch each other, and especially the man must touch the woman, touching and rubbing with his fingers the place between her clitoris and the vagina Michele Savonarola II trattato ginecologico-pediatrico in volgare: Ad mulieres ferrarienses de regimine pregnantium et noviter natorum usque ad septennium di Michele Savonarola To Ferrara women on care during Pregnancy and Newborns to their SeventhYear, 1440