The government of Canada funded and advertised a sex-ed mobile game on its Twitter account March 4th intending to teach Canadians about clitoris stimulation and closing the “orgasm gap.”

The game, called “Clit me,” was released ahead of International Women’s Day on March 8th,developed by the government-funded National Film Board of Canada and Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM).

The mobile-only game is described as “a light-hearted and open approach to female sexual satisfaction.”

“The experience aims to explode a number of myths about women’s pleasure by giving users the opportunity to try out different motion “techniques” on their smartphones in an attempt to find out what makes their clitoris avatar happy,” reads the Government of Canada news release.

The National Film Board also advertised their project on YouTube with a video which was entirely comprised of drawings of male genitalia.

“Clit me is a mobile game that openly explores female sexual satisfaction, with the focus on the only organ designed exclusively for pleasure: the clitoris!” reads the NFB’s own description of the project.

Several students from UQAM were involved in the games creation and each of the developers got a $1,000 grant from the government for their efforts.

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