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Take a new route to climax with these fresh, pleasure-boosting moves...
You know the external sweet spot is highly sensitive, thanks to the 8,000 nerve endings that congregate there. And if you're like most women, it's the go-to point of stimulation to send you over the edge. But actually heading straight to the clitoris gives you a less pleasurable orgasm than if your partner touches, caresses, or massages other parts of your genitals before he homes in on that hot spot.
Techniques to try: "Have him/her make big circles with his fingers that include the shaft, labia, and upper part of the clitoral hood. He/she can do this as foreplay or while you're in a spooning position during intercourse. If you feel like switching to oral, have him/her approach your clitoris indirectly by lying perpendicular to you.
Increase your chances: Try having him/her use a fingertip vibrator like a Wearable Fingertip Vibrator (available on our site). The more vocal you are about the speed, intensity, and pressure you prefer, the better the end result will be.
Though there is still some debate as to whether the G-spot exists, 30 percent of women claim they can have a big O from having the famous erogenous zone stimulated through penetration alone.
Techniques to try: First, locate the hot zone. On a solo night, explore the front wall of your vagina with your finger until you feel an area that's rippled and spongy in texture. Touching it directly should feel pretty darn good. Then, during intercourse, have your man target his thrusting there. Try lying on your sides while facing each other, with your legs intertwined comfortably think of two pairs of crisscrossed scissors. Keep your parts aligned and make sure his rubs against the front wall of your vagina. "This position allows for deeper thrusts that further stimulate the G-spot.
Increase your chances: Achieving vaginal orgasm is more likely the longer the sex lasts, Aim for about 15 minutes and if it works for you, switch sexpositions often. "This reduces the chance of your partner 'closing the deal' too soon and helps your body experience new and fresh sensations. A warming lubricant can also help.