Your Friday Pleasure Post
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Do you know where the most sensitive part of the clitoris (clit) is, and how to stimulate it?
Find out, after the jump!
Unless something surgical has happened, every woman has a clitoris (called clitoral glans or clit) and it is always in the exact same place. Sure, they all look different, with some in plain sight and others tucked beneath full or flowery lips, but it is there just waiting to bring on a great orgasm or three!
There are tons of different techniques for stimulating a clitoris, far too many for me to put into one post. But what I will tell you now is that for most women the most sensitive part is the underside of her clit!
How should you use that information? It depends on the lady, of course.
If she tends to be so sensitive to touch that she cannot have direct stimulation to the clitoris, then be sure you’re using lube, and stimulate the area indirectly. Rub around and near it, or perhaps over her clitoral hood (if she has a prominent one), with lots of lube, instead of right on it. You might even try applying a vibe to the outer labia (big lips) and mons (fluffy part) and let the vibrations travel over to her clit. Letting her rub herself against your leg, or other body parts, might even do it! Avoid that sensitive underside, unless she directs you to do otherwise or you can do so very indirectly.
If she enjoys a more intense approach then still keep the area wet, but warm into circular motions and upward strokes that utilize your new knowledge of the underside of the clit. You can do this with any body part you both enjoy, as long as you’re safe, or with toys. You might even try playing the alphabet game by tracing letters with your tongue, or asking her to guess what you’re spelling. If she gets it right then you’re not trying hard enough…
Don’t forget: clitoral stimulation comes AFTER lots of hot foreplay, and only when she wants it. Nothing you do there will feel good if she isn’t turned on, interested, and wet. Now then, you’re armed with some hot new information, so get out there enjoy some pleasure!
Scientific information on the clit – here
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