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Canadians are calling people to get better acquainted with the female sex organs, and to do so in a more creative way.
Amid their celebration of the International Women’s Day, the National Film Board of Canada, in collaboration with the University of Quebec, Montreal, launched a fun campaign that approaches the topic of female satisfaction in a light-hearted way.
A new video and mobile game Clit-me talk about the clitoris – that “unknown phenomenon”, and through busting a whole range of urban myths and legends it calls users to discover what makes the avatar of this elusive organ happy. The game was created by the students of the university, and the video was created by Rethink Toronto, directed by Benjamin Lussier through CDP Film Truck.