Insider Knowledge of How To Pleasure Your Woman The Right Way
All information in this blog is inspired by the book She Comes First: The Thinking Man's Guide to Pleasuring a Woman by Ian Kerner.
Ever pleasure the clit? Well maybe now is the time to start. Instead of the usual in and out trusting why don't you put your fingers to task and explore the wonderful clit. We suggest slowly caressing and gentle play. This alone can bring any woman to her quivering orgasm. This is because the clitoris (clit) has over 8,000 sensitive nerve endings. That's right, over 8,000 pleasure nerves so start activating every single one of them now!
2. The Breasts
As every woman knows breasts are very sensitive to sexual stimulation. Touching them in the right way can activate enormous pleasure. Even nipple stimulation such as sucking or biting can get a woman to reach the big O. However not all women are the same. Make sure to communicate with your partner and try to understand their nipple sensitivity levels.
3. The Glorious G-Spot
Talked about amongst all women circles is the glorious and sometimes mysterious G-Spot. This spot does exist and can be found through gentle rubbing and experimenting. Generally found above the pubic bone inside the vagina. Once a woman receives stimulation and is aroused it appears. For a woman to reach the big O the G-Spot needs to be well stimulated and wet. Take your time and don't rush the pleasure for you both.
Female Ejaculation and the G-Spot is the perfect book for finding and understanding the G-Spot. Highly recommend it!
4. The inner thighs
Use the tips of your fingers to gently brush across her inner thighs and wait for her to get aroused. Before diving down to delicate bits, make a pit stop at her inner thighs and get the fireworks started.
5. The nape of the neck
There is a reason why shivers run down the ‘back’ and not your stomach, the nape of your neck and back have a lot of nerve endings. Even a gentle, sensual touch around the neck might be enough to get things heated. Planting soft kisses on the nape can really fire off those tingling sensations.
Another book which goes into detail about the female pleasure points is the Women's Anatomy of Arousal: Secret Maps to Buried Pleasure by Sheri Winston CNM. RN. BSN. LMT.