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Clitoral Orgasm

The clitoral orgasm, characterized by involuntary rhythmic contractions of the pubococcygeus muscle (PC muscle), is wildly popular. This is because about 75 percent of women can have an orgasm from direct clitoral stimulation. Also known as the vulvic or vulval orgasm, it is considered the most reliable, easily obtainable, and most insatiable of the female orgasms, especially since it often produces multiple orgasms. This is because the clitoral orgasm is triggered by the body’s pudendal nerve and because the clitoris is centrally attached to the urethra and vagina. These three areas together form a tissue cluster that researchers believe is central to female sexual function and orgasm.

 

Clitoral Stimulation

Playing with the clitoris is often the key to any satisfying sexual romp. If it is bypassed during foreplay, the chances of a woman attaining climax are not nearly as great. Before going right for the clitoris, however, it’s important to know a couple of things. First, make sure you know the rules of clitoral play (see below). And second, seduce the clitoris. While clitoral play is often a form of foreplay, a woman’s whole anatomy usually needs a little warm-up before the clitoris is able to offer its treasures. Working the entire vulval area before concentrating on any part, especially the clitoris, makes for a much better, body-tingling sexual experience—and response!

Start by placing your hand over her genitals, your fingers pointed toward the woman’s backside. Massage the entire area, pulling your hand up toward the belly, then pressing on the mons pubis as you push back down. This motion provides indirect sensations to the clitoris. Start out slowly and gently, steadily getting faster and faster and applying more and more pressure. A woman will enjoy the heat produced by this action. After a while, let your fingers start to wander. Apply pressure with your fingertips to each area as you explore, saving the clitoris for last. Then, lightly tickle her clit, pressing your fingers intermittently on the surrounding areas, before you work your magic with your fingers or tongue.

 

Rules for Clitoral Play

  • Take care that your nails have been trimmed, leaving no hangnails or rough edges.
  • Make sure you’re stimulating the right part (not the urethral opening).
  • Although steady rhythm is effective, don’t rub this hot spot like you’re trying to remove a stain. Experiment with different types of fondling, realizing that different touches may feel good at different times and from one sexual experience to the next.
  • Make sure you use plenty of lubricant. The vagina often doesn’t produce enough natural lubrication, especially around the clitoral area. Working a dry clitoris, especially over a long period of time, can make it feel raw, irritated, and even sore. Having a tube of water-based or silicone-based lubrication, or even using your own spit, will help to keep things smooth and comfortable. Baby oil or petroleum jelly are also options, but be aware that the oil in these products can cause both latex condoms and dental dams to deteriorate.
  •  Be careful not to apply too much direct pressure to the clitoris, since this can cause pain or irritation in some states of arousal. You may need to ease off every now and then. Sometimes indirect stimulation is much more pleasurable, so try rubbing the sides of the clitoris and the inner lips instead.
  • Communicate with your partner! Every woman is different. What may have worked for one may not work for another, and only your lover can tell you what feels good or painful. This will be especially important as she experiences more intense sensations and moves closer to the Big O, a time when direct pressure on the clitoris may become too much.


 


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1) Use the thumb and index finger of one hand to part her labia while moving your other hand’s index and/or middle finger in a gentle circling motion around her clitoris. You’ll notice that, with increased arousal, her clitoris will become firmer. Her verbal and nonverbal reactions will determine how much pressure you should use and how soon you may want to move on to step 2. If she enjoys this motion, stay with it for a while. If it becomes too much, move on to the next step. If it’s unclear what she’s experiencing, ask her.

2) Rub the clitoral shaft, moving up and down between the hood a base, keeping your movement firm and steady.

3) Intermittently, rock your fingertip back and forth across the glans, applying pressure directly on it or from the side (closer to the root), as though massaging your temples.

4)At any point, unless her clitoris is feeling super-sensitive, tap against the clitoris rhythmically with your fingers or hand. Depending on her preferred style of stimulation, she may enjoy a steady smacking or slapping action against her clitoris. You may also get more of a reaction if her mons pubis bears part of this love tap, as doing so will remove some of the force from her clitoris.

 

Other moves you can use during clitoral stimulation may include arching your thumb backward to stimulate the clitoris while inserting your middle and ring fingers into her vagina. If you’re able to rhythmically provide pressure to the inner front wall of her vagina at the same time, you may trigger a reaction from her G-spot. Longer hands may be able to simultaneously stimulate the rectal area in place of the vagina. When doing this, move the middle and ring fingers the same way you moved them in the vagina.

Always thoroughly wash the fingers and hands that you’ve used to stimulate the anal area before inserting (or reinserting) them into the vagina. Failing to do so may transmit bacteria that can cause infection.

 

Oral Action for Clitoral Pleasure

One of the best ways to attend to the clit is to perform cunnilingus— oral sex on a woman. There are a number of positions a couple canutilize to provide oodles of orgasm-inducing oral action. The most common is for a woman to lie on her back, legs spread apart and knees bent, with her partner on his knees, bent over and down. Putting one or two pillows under her buttocks, shoulders, or neck, or holding her legs up toward her head can help to make the vulva more easily accessible to you.

Such tactics also help to prevent her body from arching as she becomesmore aroused, which could change the angle of stimulation, making it less effective and more uncomfortable for the performer. Another position involves the partners lying one on top of the other, facing opposite ways, with the active partner’s head curved inward to provide lip-on-lip action, though this can be much more limiting.

 

G-Spot Orgasms

Being able to stimulate the G-spot at the same time as the clitoris can lead to a “blended” orgasm, which involves both the pudendal and pelvic nerves, hence the stronger reaction that includes contractions of the PC muscle. Such an orgasm is often described as more sudden, more explosive, “deeper,” and longer lasting; in essence, it combines the reactions of the two types of orgasms. This is the result of internal uterine and pelvic contractions. Women also generally experience feelings of deeper physical and emotional satisfaction with a blended orgasm.


 

Rules for G-Spot Play

  • Before attempting to stimulate the G-spot, make sure that the woman is sexually aroused, with the vagina well lubricated, so that the urethral sponge swells and becomes more noticeable to the touch. This will make it way easier to find.
  • If you’re using a diaphragm for birth control, reconsider. Diaphragms have been known to interfere with G-spot stimulation.
  • Take your time finding and stimulating the G-spot, and do so on multiple occasions. This type of sexual pleasuring takes practice and perseverance, and you’ll get better every time you try. You may not arouse a reaction from this spot the first time or two, or you may not do so effectively. As long as it’s a hot spot, however, you’ll hit the jackpot sooner or later.
  • Make sure your fingernails are well groomed. This is not an area to scratch! Long nails should ideally be covered by latex gloves.
  • Make sure her bladder is empty before stimulation. A woman may experience the urge to urinate when the G-spot is first stimulated so get her to the bathroom first.
  • Use lube! Getting things wet, or even wetter, down there will assist efforts.
  • Make sure you’re both relaxed and that this is not a goal-oriented sexpedition, even though it’s hard not to look at it that way. This is about having fun, feeling sexual, exploring the body, and finding out how to make it feel good.
  • Communicate with your partner. Find out what feels good. Ask her if she’s aroused enough, if more pressure is needed, or if one motion feels better than another. Keep this light, sexy, and fun.

 

How to Find the G-Spot

 1. Once the woman is aroused, insert two or three well-lubed fingers. Using more than  one finger covers more ground and provides more stimulation. One finger can be used if she’s uncomfortable and “tight,” though this is often a good indication that she’s not aroused enough for vaginal stimulation.

2. Feel along the front vaginal wall for a rough patch about two inches in from the vaginal opening.You’re looking for a swollen, puckering, wrinkly area, different from the surrounding soft tissue, ranging from the size of a small bean to that of a half dollar. Keep in mind that you’re likelier to find it in the shallow versus deep end of the vagina. Don’t bypass it by trying to stick your whole finger in, as some people do, missing the spot entirely.

3. If you’re still having trouble finding the G-spot, with your other hand trace a line from the belly button to the top of the pubic bone, and with your palm or fingers gently press on the area where the pubic hairline starts. This stimulates the spot from the outside, so pressure can be applied from two angles. Shifting positions—for example, sitting up or leaning back even more—may also make it easier to find.

4. Check in with your partner. How does everything feel to her? What does she need more of? Or less of?

5. Once you feel the rough patch of the G-spot, stroke the area, using firm, deep pressure. Continue to do so in a rhythmic circular or up-down motion, making sure to stay steady and firm. The middle finger is especially good for providing steady, rhythmic pressure, whether accompanied by the index or ring finger.

6. Continue checking in with your partner to learn what type of stimulation feels best to her. Do you need to apply more pressure? Whichmotion does she like best?

 

 

G Spot Stimulation

When experimenting with G-spot stimulation, consider any of the following moves:

  • Thrust your fingers in and out of the vagina, exerting pressure upward to stimulate the G-spot when withdrawing
  •  Simultaneously stimulate the clitoris with the hand or tongue
  • Slowly slide your fingers rhythmically from side to side across the G-spot, applying the most pressure with your middle finger
  •  Rock your fingers from side to side across the spot, always using a firm touch
  • Gently but firmly squeeze the G-spot

 

Nipple-Induced Orgasm

Some women can reach orgasm through breast stimulation alone, especially nipple stimulation. Note that breast size bears no relation to breast and nipple sensitivity. Some women experience orgasm during breastfeeding, despite not being sexually aroused, due to the stimulation of the nipples and the release of oxytocin, a hormone that causes uterine contractions. This is a perfectly natural, normal response.

Involving the nipples in sex play is one way a woman can have an ‘entire-body’ orgasm. With one hand stimulating her clitoris and the other moving over the nipples, a woman can be brought to climax. The two different body parts, nipple and genitals, must be caressed with the same intensity, rhythm, and movements; for example, circular, up-down, or left-right. If you want sexual sensations to linger and to take your time working through the response cycle, back off from double stimulation.

 

Rules for Breast and Nipple Pleasuring

  •  Don’t twist. While many of us grew up hearing about the game Tune in Tokyo, in which a female’s breasts are turned like radio knobs, in most cases this doesn’t feel good.
  • Start out gently. You need to warm up this sex organ as you would the others. Being too rough too quickly may cause pain and discomfort.
  • Being vigorous is not always appropriate and can cause pain or numbness, especially for a woman around the time of her period, when her breasts are more tender.
  • Communicate. There may be specific times when a person desires breast play. Some like it earlier in foreplay and others prefer a rougher sensation right at orgasm. See what works best for your partner.

 

Finger and Oral Action for Breast and Nipple Pleasure

For breast play, start out softly, unless you know that your partner prefers it rough. Beginning with the underside of the breast is an option, especially since this sensitive area is often ignored. Try kissing and touching the breasts, moving from the outside toward the nipples. Allow for some anticipation to build, using time as a tease before you reach the bull’s-eye.

With your hand or fingers, massage the nipple in slow circles, gradually using firmer and firmer pressure. Wet your fingertips and squeeze the nipple between them. As the nipples harden, bring one to your mouth. Periodically, pull away to stimulate another hot spot, always bringing the focus back to the breasts. Every time you come back, vary the intensity of your tongue’s pressure, perhaps using more pressure and faster and faster swipes. Become animalistic in your wanton desire to be completely engulfed in her breasts.

 

Adjusting the temperature can stimulate the way any hot spot reacts to stimulation, but this is especially true of the nipples. Periodically, pull away and just graze the area with your your lips, letting your hot breath linger on one nipple, then on the other. Blow on the nipple, making your breath either hot or cool. Drip warm wax (which you’ve tested beforehand) on the nipples. The heat and the hardening of the wax will have a double-whammy effect. On a hot day, lightly rub ice cubes on the breasts to produce an instant nipple erection. The result: The nipples will tingle, harden, and send shivers throughout the whole body.

 

Anal Orgasms

For some women, this is the most erogenous zone on their body and, for even more people, anal sex gives a deep feeling of sexual pleasure that is unobtainable in other ways. Some women report orgasm during anal intercourse, especially when accompanied by hand stimulation of the clitoris.

 

 

Rules for Anal Play

  • You need to want it. If you don’t desire anal play, then it’s not going to be pleasurable, and it may be downright uncomfortable, difficult, and painful.
  • Find the right time and place that will allow you both to be relaxed and where you won’t be disturbed. Anal sex is not “quickie” sex. A great deal of time needs to be devoted to getting relaxed and turned on.
  • Prepare for the event ahead of time. Have safe-sex products, lube, a towel, a washcloth, baby wipes, and anything else you need readily available. To deal with cleanliness issues, have a bowel movement and/or take an enema.
  • Realize that with anal play, especially anal sex, proficiency will take time. You’re not going to master it all at once.
  • Consider using a latex or polyurethane condom. This will not only protect you from sexually transmitted infections like HIV, but in general it will also keep things cleaner and make things easier.
  •  Use lube—and lots of it. The rectum provides no natural lubrication and is surrounded by fairly tight muscles. It needs extra moisture for penetration to be a comfortable experience.
  •  Before engaging in manual play, make sure your nails are free of jagged edges or torn cuticles, both of which can tear the rectal lining.
  •  Get her to relax. Tell her to breathe fully and deeply for ten to fifteen minutes, not only to calm her nerves, but also to release the stress and tension that she may be holding in her buttocks.
  • Communicate. This is an absolute must during anal sex! Ask your partner how she is doing. Ask for instruction. Give direction, saying, for example, “Slow down,” “Go deeper,” or “Try less.” Let your partner know if something feels good or painful. Let your lover know what you want. When it comes to anal sex, silence should not be interpreted as golden.

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