It's actually the "anyway" that kinda boggles my mind as the "to into" looks like a typo where something else was intended, but the "anyway" is intended. I mean, does the next paragraph start "Well, whatever, he put his * into her * and, like, began to move it..."
Are you going to tell us what kind of source that was from? I.e. a publisher, versus literotica, versus fanfic site, versus, like, whatever?
Puh-leeese, Louise! The stereotyping milady isn't becoming ;)
But I am wondering about the sentence that follows this? Maybe something like, "After the poor feline's body imploded he called Dick off with a can of Alpo. The wounded clit then scurried off into a corner of the bathroom, its fragile wings shattered. But this was not over, the clit told itself, and it called forth the entire nest of clits from their dark hiding place underneath the cat litter box. The queen clit led her brave followers in a war upon the offending human. It is suffice to say the next time the man wanted to de-clit his pets he put in a call to a professional exterminator."
Perhaps I wasn't clear. If the author is female then she is woefully ignorant of what's going on down there, which is only excusable if she's, say, 12 or under. In which case she really shouldn't be writing erotica, so my statement stands - no stereotype implied.