The nature of female orgasm problems has changed as times have gone by.
In the early days of sexual therapy, the major issue was either not having an orgasm at all, or it was about “having the right kind of orgasm” — as defined by Freud, that is to say, i.e. vaginal versus clitoral. (A debate which still rages….)
Nowadays it might be more accurate to say that the issues have moved away form anorgasmia to interest in squirting orgasms and female ejaculation.
Even now, however, the triggers for orgasm are not fully understood, and neither are the reasons why some women find it very easy to have an orgasm and others find it difficult, or even impossible.
When it gets to squirting orgasms, the issues are even more complicated. Here’s what Cosmo says:
My best friend regularly obsesses about her boyfriend’s ex-girlfriend, who was a “squirter,” and therefore the real-life incarnate of many men’s fantasy partner. Porn has encouraged men to believe that when they’ve truly rocked a woman’s body, it starts doing an impression of the Bellagio Fountain in the second-to-last scene of Ocean’s Eleven.
The average woman, myself included, doesn’t know whether squirting is real or fake beyond your standard urban legends, like, “Ashley’s friend’s ex’s friend’s aunt’s babysitter’s college roommate squirts,” which does not count. So, like the instalment in the classic girl’s mystery series entitled Nancy Drew and the Case Of Projectile Vaginal Excretions, I sleuthed with the help of a number of experts in order to solve the mystery. Ian Kerner, sexual health expert and The New York Times best selling author of She Comes First: The Thinking Man’s Guide To Pleasuring a Woman, says that involuntary squirting is the Loch Ness Monster of sex. In other words, an unverifiable legend.
One of the reasons for this confusion is undoubtedly the fact that in most cases there is a very large number of factors contributing to a woman’s psychological and physical ability to orgasm…..with or without squirting orgasms. These can include both anatomical factors and the sociocultural environment in which a woman was brought up and the one in which she currently lives.
And don’t forget the interpersonal issues around her relationship with her partner, and even the impact of drugs being taken for other medical conditions.
Probably because there is such a wide range of factors contributing to the origin of orgasmic problems, there is an almost equally wide variety of possible ways of learning how to reach orgasm including sexual psychotherapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy.
Obviously when a woman says she wants to learn how to enjoy squirting orgasms and discover how to ejaculate — the first question that should be asked is: why might she want to do this, and the second is: how can she?
Of course, in reality things are never so simple, because the sociological and cultural context of squirting needs to be at the centre of any approach to learning how to do it.
So, for example, the couple need to question what orgasms, and squirting orgasms, actually mean to a woman, and for that matter, to her partner.
It might also be necessary to consider whether the absence of squirting orgasms is a problem for the couple.
A Digression – The Nature Of Orgasm
When you consider many women don’t have a sense of ownership over their bodies, and that their main focus during sex is to please their partner, the potential complexity of this issue becomes clear.
The key factor that most women mention when they describe having an orgasm is the release of tension which has gradually built up over a period of increasing sexual arousal and excitement — although this does not come close to describing the subjective experience of orgasm and the pleasure that may accompany it. (See information about the sexual response cycle here.)
We know that physiologically, the entire body is involved in orgasming, with rhythmic contractions in the uterus, the vagina, and the rectal sphincter which may persist for between 5 and 30 contractions depending on the intensity of the experience.
But in addition, the muscles of the face, the abdomen, and other parts of the body may contract or spasm; and there are other physiological changes such as flushing of the skin and sweating.
Controversy still exists about the relative importance of the vagina, cervix, uterus and clitoris in promoting orgasm, which seems to be another factor why it’s difficult to definitely talk about squirting orgasms as a particular type of orgasm.
Women – learn how to squirt
Orgasm problems – i.e the lack of orgasm – are the most common sexually reported problem in women, with up to a quarter of all women reporting that in the past year they have had difficulty in reaching orgasm or not been able to achieve it at all.
Other studies have, admittedly, reported a lower prevalence of orgasmic disorder in the female population — affecting around 10% of all women, but even so it’s a very significant proportion of the female population who appear to be having difficulty in this respect.
It is common to distinguish between primary and secondary anorgasmia.
Primary anorgasmia means a woman has never had an orgasm, while secondary anorgasmia means that a woman has trouble reaching an orgasm in some circumstances — they may be infrequent, or they may occur only under certain specific conditions.
In this context it’s important to recall that very few women actually have an orgasm during intercourse, and although statistics on this vary, maybe no more than 15% of the female population regularly achieves orgasm during intercourse. This could not, therefore, be regarded as a pathological kind of anorgasmia – it’s normal.
Body fluids are natural and even provocative. The body is an incredible chemical organism and its beautiful physical form venerated in art. It’s fluids, by extension, are beautiful and healthful. The eastern spiritual religion of Tantra views women’s bodies as temples. In fact, female ejaculate is considered a prize health tonic when rubbed into the body or drunk, invigorating and uplifting her male partner.
Among all this talk of female ejaculation, squirting orgasms, and how to make a woman squirt, it’s easy to forget the fact that at the end of the day it’s a woman’s choice whether or not she wants to try it.
Men can be so obsessed with the spectacular sight of a woman gushing during orgasm that they forget there is an element of choice around this – not all women are interested in squirting at the moment of orgasm.
Yet the truth is that people have been fascinated by squirting orgasms for a very long time – where does the “gush” come from? What makes this liquid explode in a fountain? And what is it?
Many people who are interested in squirting hav probably read the study by a team of French researchers which concluded that most of the liquid that comes out of the urethra when a woman “squirts” or gushes is urine.
Needless to say, other researchers think the quality of this study was low, and sexuality activists who proclaim that the independent spirit of the female body lives on in the act of ejaculation, don’t agree, and female ejaculators have a lot to say about the matter – basically suggesting that this is just another example of how the female body has been medicalized, taken away from women, and their own experience of sexuality denied. All of which may well be true…..
In the face of such confusion, what can we actually establish about why a woman might want to experience squirting orgasms for herself, and how men can get involved with how to make a woman squirt? (Or, rather, how to help her squirt.)
Well. We have to admit that there’s a long history of misinformation, confusion, and totally biased coverage of the subject of squirting.
Nothing in this area is simple, and the more you delve into it, the less does that good old-fashioned quality of truth appear to be relevant.
For example, studies have demonstrated that either 10% or 69% of women can ejaculate: you’d be right to think this is an absurdity and means that scientific studies are not telling us a great deal about squirting orgasms and female ejaculation, let alone how to make a woman squirt…..
Video – Female Ejaculation
Does this really represent some variation on how women’s bodies operate, or some feat of imagination by women who are deluding themselves?
Fortunately one intrepid authoress has investigated this very subject, and I’m going to report what she discovered.
To start with, she makes the point that scientists and sex bloggers all agree that female ejaculation, aka squirting orgasms, is caused by G spot stimulation.
Thank heavens for some area of agreement! The other thing that people seem to be generally agreed upon is the fact that women, at least some women, expel some kind of liquid from the urethra during orgasm.
Some people claim that this is kind of prostatic fluid secreted by the Skenes glands, analogous to the prostate tissue in men, which are indeed located in this area and open into the female urethra.
Other people have a more down-to-earth or pragmatic view – they think that a woman is basically urinating when she ejaculates.
Obsessive Thinking Helps No-one
There are two obsessions commonplace in the world of squirting orgasms and female ejaculation: one is the obsession that a lot of women and some men (or, should that be a lot of men and some women) have with achieving it, and the other is an obsession with working out what the fluid actually is composed of.
Perhaps there are even some women who simply think that it’s a nice party trick. But you can see this isn’t simple. Or at least, it doesn’t appear to be simple.
However I think you can distil female ejaculation down to simple things like, for example, you find some instructions on how to do and then go and do it.
Sure. Yet people obsess about the detail and want to understand it.
So the other thing that occurs to me is how right this woman is when she talks about the fact that none of the articles on female ejaculation are couched in terms attractive to women.
I mean, she’s right when she says you never see an article headed something like “Five fabulous tips to make any woman feel really amazing when she comes.” Instead, you see things like “Five fabulous tips to make any woman squirt easily”.
So perhaps there is a lack of sensitivity around squirting orgasms here too?
The Art Of Female Sexual Pleasure
It’s good to come across a website called the squirt project (which, as you can imagine, leaves nothing to the imagination) all about documenting individual women’s stories of squirting orgasms.
And perhaps unsurprisingly (because the more you delve into the subject, the more you realize that there are many urban myths around female ejaculation, squirting orgasms, and the possibility of G spot orgasm) she starts her blog with a warning about how hard she found it to separate truth and fiction.
She says: “I found there to be a general lack of concrete information on the subject and a disproportionate amount of faked or exploitative situations featuring so-called squirting.”
Video – Female Ejaculation & Squirting Orgasms
As a response to that she asked people to share their stories – and boy, did they deliver. This is a great project, because it’s designed to increase understanding, acceptance, and knowledge of female ejaculation.
After all, there have been many medical developments where the evolution of knowledge has eventually been influenced by the personal stories of people who for a long time had their experiences denied in one way or another by the so-called “professionals”.
Thus, it’s entirely possible that the same is true about female ejaculation and squirting orgasms for all kinds of reasons, including the patriarchal pseudo-ownership of female sexuality that has characterized our society for millenia.
Take the first story on the blog.
This is a woman submitted in February 2016 by a woman who says that she squirted for the first time when she was having sex with her casual sex partner (her f*ck buddy).
Here’s her story: he had a thick cock, and it felt amazing, tight and big in her vagina, She was extremely turned on, and very wet. And while he was having sex with her, he was stimulating her nipples, which were incredibly sensitive.
This woman says she came many times during intercourse. (Good for her – we know that coming during intercourse is comparatively rare for most women, so congratulations to her for having that level of sexual sensitivity and sexual expression.)
Anyway, she had several orgasms, but was still turned on when her boyfriend left, and she wanted to “take care of herself” further.
Enter the magic wand,a double-ended stainless steel dildo, with which she masturbated.
Previously – not much feeling. This time – she put it into her vagina, and it felt amazing.
She felt it rubbing against her G spot, and then came the sensation many women report when their G spot is stimulated – something like feeling the need to urinate.
However, she knew enough to guess that this was more about female ejaculation than peeing, so she continued rubbing her G spot, feeling the fluid building up, and then suddenly experiencing the release of fluid, even though she didn’t reach orgasm.
This is something a lot of women report – that they can actually release fluid without reaching orgasm.
The Next Story Of A Squirter
We move onto another account of female ejaculation on this website by a 22-year-old woman who’d been on a couple of dates with an adorable man who was “very sexually attractive” to her.
After a few dates they were getting sexually intimate, and the second time they had sex she had a squirting orgasm and suddenly ejaculated.
How did it go? She could feel his fingers moving inside of her, although she “didn’t know what he was doing in there” – but whatever it was, he was certainly successful, because she “felt a huge surge of fluid building up” which then poured out and went everywhere, with her reaching orgasm seconds after the ejaculation.
She hadn’t experienced this before, and she sat up in confusion – looking at the bedsheets, soaked with fluid, convinced that she’d urinated.
As she said, however, the fluid didn’t have any characteristics of urine — but equally it wasn’t the fluid that she recognized as coming out from her vagina when she was really turned on.
But without even needing to understand what the fluid was, she said she was in awe of her squirting orgasms, caused, she thinks, by “the angle and size of his fingers”.
There are plenty of stories about squirting orgasms which resemble this on the website – the question is, do they mean anything?
I think they do, because they are consistent and (assuming they aren’t written by men fantasizing about what women might do during a squirting orgasm), some of them have a certain level of authenticity.
For example, here’s a description of how a woman woke up one day with her boyfriend feeling horny, and they started trying sex in different positions.
She said she was “on fire, living in the moment, not thinking about anything but pleasure”.
Somehow she knew or felt instinctively that she was going to go to a place she’d never been before – then she started feeling that special spot inside vagina – it was her G spot being stimulated.
In the past, she says, all her orgasms had come from clitoral stimulation, but this she knew this was different as soon as she began to feel it.
This sensation was so powerful in fact that she pulled herself away from his penis, and she did so, she felt a liquid squirting from her vagina.
You might have seen videos of female ejaculation on the Internet where the woman shakes uncontrollably as she has an orgasm and ejaculates.
And indeed this woman reports the exact same thing – shaking and squirting. The interesting thing is that she says it didn’t feel like she was urinating. And indeed, she wasn’t.
So what happened next? Well, she started to analyse the experience and realized that she’d helped herself to enjoy squirting orgasms by “letting go” (of inhibitions), and by “fully diving into the sensation”.
What’s more, she let go of fear, shame and worry about what was happening, and simply allowed herself to feel the love, the passion and the sensations of the moment.
One woman describes how a man suggested to a woman that her problem with sex was her orgasm. They weren’t having much sex, and she wasn’t having many orgasms, although she was able to bring herself off using an Hitachi magic wand.
Sure, she says, she’d heard of the phenomenon of female ejaculation, and even seen the videos of squirting orgasms. (You know the ones – gushing liquid pouring out from between a screaming girl’s legs.)
As she says, these movies certainly looked interesting, but ejaculation, gushing or squirting was a completely foreign concept to her. At the time she wasn’t even having regular orgasms.
And then things changed. She met a man. And even though he wasn’t very attractive physically, she found the chemistry between them to be electric. Indeed, it was “f*cking magical”.
Yes. During their first sexual encounter, she had eight orgasms. Her body loved him from the start. She was astonished and speechless, her body was revealing her ability to have orgasms, and it did things she’s never expected or experienced before – including squirting.
In fact, she squirted copiously. Curious, she tasted the liquid, which was clear, colourless, odourless, and a little sweet. Yes, as all the experts tell us – definitely not pee.
Later, this man, who had prompted her body to experience female ejaculation, became her boyfriend and helped her to explore the phenomenon of squirting orgasms in different ways.
And she discovered was that for her, female ejaculation is fluid being expelled from the Skene’s glands during or before female orgasm.
This is the Amrita of which the Tantric therapists and practitioners have known for long time – Amrita meaning divine nectar.
Gushing is the release of sacred waters; this woman describes the release as a pleasurable experience — albeit a messy one.
And, oddly enough, she relates the story of her vsit to a gynecologist, who offered no explanation about what was happening except to observe that “once you become squirter, you’re always a squirter”. Oh…..
Our intrepid journalist also tells us that she now empties her bladder before sex to be sure she’s not urinating.
Yet the amount of fluid ejaculated can be rather shocking. It is, she says, all about bearing down when “the sensation” comes instead of clenching up. And, she adds, a woman needs to feel safe with her partner and completely relaxed with him (or I guess, her) – because this is a process which involves letting go and being vulnerable.
Video – Squirting
Oral Sex: How To Make A Girl Squirt
What we call “giving head” is a term used for pleasuring your partner – that means bringing her to orgasm – using your lips, tongue and mouth on the genitals – specifically on her clitoris and vaginal opening.
How to enjoy giving head
Naturally enough, when you try this you will find both of you enjoy the experience, because it’s natural for men to be aroused by oral sex, and it’s natural for women to reach orgasm.
The interesting thing is that this is actually a very easy way of making a woman orgasm, so for a lot of men it’s probably easier to bring her to orgasm with oral sex before having intercourse. (See www.comingtowomen.com for more on this…)
You see, unlike men, women can (and do) go on and have more sexual pleasure after they’ve reached orgasm – and their descent from the heights of orgasm to normal levels of arousal can be quite slow.
Hygiene Is Important
So when a man is good at “eating a woman out” or pleasuring her orally, he’s most likely going to find that she wants to have intercourse with him after he’s done it. In any event, this is a very intimate experience that can bond a couple and bring them much closer together.
However for many men – and indeed a lot of women – one of the problems here is that there is a perception that female genitals can be offensively smelly or taste and pleasant.
The truth of the matter is different – this is simply not the case: it’s only when the genitals aren’t clean that they can smell offensively.
So take a quick shower together before sexual activity, and that can make the whole experience very pleasurable for both parties – the woman can relax, not worrying about whether she’s clean or not, and the man can enjoy licking her in this most intimate of all places.
Many men will find that this oral pleasure – oral sex or cunnilingus – is so arousing that they get an erection which is very hard and long lasting! No surprise as you bury your face in her vulva and stick your tongue into her vagina!
Indeed, people have said that it’s actually quite normal for a man to reach orgasm when he’s giving a woman oral pleasure – and you may find that you’re very attuned to the sexual arousal of your partner as you do so.
Amazingly, it is possible for man to come – to reach orgasm – simply through the arousal that he experiences as he is licking his partner’s vulva; she too becomes more and more aroused. That’s because her arousal will tend to follow his, and vice versa. It’s positive feedback!
Good sex isn’t just about oral sex – but the point about this is that it’s a good prelude to intercourse for both men and women like.
You can bring a woman to orgasm easily, and leave her in a state of arousal where she is highly aroused, ready for and expectant about intercourse, without reaching orgasm yourself. This means there is no danger of her going unsatisfied, not having an orgasm, if you ejaculate too quickly.
So how do you eat a woman out, or how do you give her head, or bring her off using your tongue ? Well, that’s the perennial question for all men who want to satisfy their partners.
How To Give Oral Pleasure
The first thing is to make the woman feel relaxed about what you’re doing. In other words she’s got to believe you’re enjoying it, so any squeamishness on your part is definitely something you need to deal with before you begin to enjoy oral pleasure together.
Assuming you’ve got this out of the way, keep in mind that it’s not just about plunging your tongue straight into a woman’s pussy with your lips on her vulva! It’s about arousing her first with cuddles and caresses and intimacy.
Only when you’ve actually done this can you begin to get her aroused more directly by approaching her clitoris and vulva.
The other thing that you need to know is that it’s necessary for both partners (at least when oral sex is on the menu) to avoid thinking about eating her out if you’re squeamish or she’s not relaxed about how clean she is. Like I said, make sure that you get this sorted out before you begin.
Having said that, there’s nothing really to worry about, because almost any oral pleasure a woman receives is going to actually give her wonderful sensations and very probably help her enjoy orgasms, though maybe not squirting orgasms.
Needless to say, you should both be in a comfortable position, and the man shouldn’t experience any kind of backache or strain. You need to to find a position where you can relax because despite the fact that women find this arousing, it may take a while to bring her to orgasm!
The most fundamental instruction about oral sex is – at least for the woman – simply to lie back and enjoy it!
Naturally it’s going to be helpful to tell a man when he’s doing something that you like, and it’s necessary also to give him feedback to ensure that he knows what he’s doing.
As far as the man is concerned, simplicity is the best approach – listen to her, watch her body language, and do more of what makes her feel good (you’ll know because she’ll give plenty of signs that she’s enjoying herself!)
Oral sex is a great way of giving a woman an orgasm – if not squirting orgasms. But, if you have a close emotional relationship with her, you may still find that the intimacy and closeness of oral sex results in her producing Amrita at the moment of orgasm.
This is the production of female ejaculatory fluid which sometimes emerges as squirting orgasms – so-called because the fluid is sometimes expelled with great force as the woman reaches climax.
And I want to make it clear at this point that great sex and good relationships are not just about pleasuring a woman with oral sex.
They are about much more than that.
As far as the man is concerned, they’re essentially about the display of clear masculinity that a woman can respect and which makes her feel safe.
Sadly there are very few men in a state of maturity in the world today, and society lacks grown-up emotionally mature men, who should be the foundation of our society.
Being able to pleasure a woman is certainly one aspect of the mature masculine, but then so is being certain of what you’re doing with your own life.
Being able to take control of your life, and to direct it so that you’re satisfied and happy with the way things are going is a very powerful and wonderful experience, but is sadly something that few men are truly able to experience.
You’ll find it much easier to manifest reality, to know how to get what you want, if you’re actually in tune with some of the more spiritual aspects of the way the universe works.
I might add that the more spiritual your existence, the more you are going to enjoy sex! It’s necessary, I think, to point out that manifestation and the Law of Attraction are not just about getting material goods, or wealth, but they are also about obtaining spiritual satisfaction, and the pleasure of all the intangible things that the world can produce. That includes a relationship with a soulmate who can support you and love you as you go through life.
How To Make A Woman Squirt
I want you to think for a moment what you’d feel like if you could make your woman come every every time you have sex. And think how she would feel if these orgasms were the most intense and exciting she’s ever had!
What if they were squirting orgasms?
Apart from the fact that you’d be more sexually confident and fulfilled than ever before, your partner would want sex with you just as often as she could get it – after all, a woman who’s enjoying massive squirting orgasms regularly is a very happy woman.
Even better, your relationship would improve dramatically as well, because the benefits of great sex always flow into every aspect of your life, inside and outside the bedroom.
But sadly, few men really know how to make a woman come (or “cum”) – at least, not easily or quickly. And certainly not with the release of female ejaculatory fluid, which is the best and most intense kind of orgasm for a woman.
This means many women don’t enjoy sex, don’t have any enthusiasm for it, and rarely seek it out. They might do it to please you, or for the sake of physical closeness, but without an orgasm or two – or more – she’s probably going to masturbate to make herself climax when you’re not around or after you’ve gone to sleep.
(And, believe me, making her come is something a woman thinks you should be doing for her – whether she tells you so or not.) But before I show you an online program which reveals the best ways to make a woman come whenever you and she wish, there are some things you definitely need to know…
Women are reluctant to let their men down, so they often fake orgasm. In fact, over two thirds of women admit they’ve faked orgasms with their sexual partner. Why? Just because she doesn’t want you to feel bad, that’s why. Is that the kind of sex you really want? (You can always tell when a woman has genuinely reached orgasm – I’ll tell you more about how in a while.)
If you think sexual intercourse is the best way to make a woman come, think again!! Very, very few women reach orgasm during intercourse. You’re going to have to find another way to satisfy her – and that’s what this website is all about.
As many as half of all women admit they are unhappy or dissatisfied with their sexual relationship – because their partners are not making them come during sex.
Now, here’s the crucial thing – no matter how much she loves and likes you, she won’t put up with bad sex for ever. In fact, many woman say they would be prepared to cheat on their partner just to have better sex.
What Do Women Really Want During Sex?
Men don’t always understand how sex works for a woman. So here are a few words addressed to men only.
Simple: women want emotional closeness, intimate connection and orgasms. (And once they discover squirting orgasms, they may want those…..!) After all, what works one time may not work the next; sometimes she’ll want an orgasm and sometimes she won’t… and so on… And that can be very confusing and frustrating for men, I know. But there’s one simple fact to keep in mind – good sex is very important for a woman.
Good sex is the kind of sex which shows a woman you care about her, and of course it also means plenty of orgasms! This, simple though it sounds, really does makes a woman happy and contented.
Doubtful? Well, think about this from your point of view. When you haven’t been getting good sex have you ever thought about sowing your oats elsewhere? Yes, of course you have, and it’s no different for her.
So if you want to keep your relationship buzzing, have lots of great sex, and enjoy being with a contented partner, the best thing to do right now is to find out how to make a woman come easily and quickly – and then use those skills every time you have sex.
As I said, that’s what this program is all about. Showing you exactly what to do to keep your partner happy and sexually fulfilled – which then means you get lots of great sex!
Could Your Partner Ever Be Sexually Unfaithful?
Most men think the answer to this question is “no”. But the truth is that women often get tired of poor sex and they do NOT like the lack of concern for their sexual pleasure which is shown by a man who can’t make them orgasm.
Your partner expects to reach orgasm with you, and she wants to be confident enough to make her come whenever she wants. The great news is that there is a sexual skills program for men which shows you all the exciting skills and techniques you need to give a woman the best sex of her life – and it shows you how to make a woman come with squirting orgasms!
Now, you might be thinking, what’s in this for me? And I understand that. Sex is – or should be – definitely a two way thing. But here’s the point: when you take the time and trouble to satisfy your partner, when you know how to make her come in a way she loves, then she’ll be very happy to give you the best sex you’ve ever had. In fact, she’ll be really eager to please you in bed…… over and over again.
And, as you may already know, there are few things in life more pleasurable than making love to a woman who’s just had an orgasm, and is wet, warm, willing, and very receptive to you being inside her.
This is sex at its best. It’s WIN-WIN for you both: you bring her to orgasm (maybe a squirting orgasm), before you enter her, then you can penetrate her and enjoy lovemaking until you come inside her, her body arching around you, her vagina throbbing and gripping your penis as you reach the peak of orgasmic pleasure.
The recently discovered techniques which make this possible – even easy – are available on this website right here, right now, and they work for everyone, of all ages, no matter how much or how little sexual experience you have! AND THAT’S GUARANTEED!
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YOU REALLY CAN GIVE A WOMAN SQUIRTING ORGASMS!
For most couples, good sex is the foundation of their relationship. If your sex life isn’t up to much, your relationship probably won’t be working too well either.
Of course, the more you know about sexual skills, positions and techniques, the easier it’ll be for you to give a woman an orgasm.
Two types of orgasm – clitoral and vaginal (or G spot).
Do you know which your partner prefers, and how to give her one or the other? Just think how impressed your partner will be with your sexual knowledge and skills if you can make her come by stimulating her G spot – one of the most fun, sexiest things to do with her.
She might even ejaculate! There’s nothing like a woman gushing or squirting at the moment of orgasm to add excitement to your love life. But you need to know just how to stimulate her – and how to watch her body, which will tell you what to do and when to do it – but only if you can recognize the clues it’s giving you.
She might want to enjoy multiple orgasms too, so you’d better come prepared, knowing how to give her exactly what she wants! While multiples aren’t exactly essential for great sex, they can be intensely pleasurable… As I said before, intercourse just won’t make most women come, at least not without a few additional tricks to arouse them.
So, when you’ve picked up my tips and tricks, you can look forward to enjoying her orgasms during intercourse – and maybe even having simultaneous orgasms, perhaps the best sexual experience you can have with a woman.
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