The clitoris, it’s the indisputable powerhouse of the female orgasm. It has twice as many nerve endings as the penis and has the enviable ability to produce multiple orgasms – so long as you know what to do with it. Read on for top tips on how to give your girl multiple orgasms.
Be a gent and postpone your pleasure for your partner. Most women need a reasonable amount of foreplay in order to climax. And the clitoris is extremely sensitive and needs to be properly prepped for serious stimulation. So if you want to give your partner multiple orgasms you know what you have to do – aim for at least 20 minutes of foreplay. You’ll find that a little old-fashioned chivalry goes a long way in the bedroom!
Learn Your Way Around
To become a master of the multiple orgasm you’ll need to learn your way around your partner’s nether regions. From the tip of the clitoris to the outer-laying labia; pin-point your partners pleasure spots and find out how she likes to be stimulated in each area.
Don’t forget your digits when trying to give your partner knee-tremblers. They are an excellent tool for the job at hand. Begin by stroking your fingertips over her outer labia and exploring the soft and gentle areas between the legs and labia. Then move to more targeted stimulation; using the pad of your finger, move to the area just above the clitoral hood. Move your fingers in a circular motion or flutter back and forth. Build this up slowly. As you slip a finger inside of her, continue to use your thumb to stimulate the clitoris and with the inserted finger make a come here gesture, this will bend your finger towards the frontal wall of the vagina and stimulate the G-spot.
The tongue is mightier than the sword, and going-down is one of the most reliable methods of inducing the multiple orgasm. Explore your partner’s vulva with kisses and then focus your attention on her clitoris, again try circular motions, or move your tongue up and down. Experiment with different pressures and ask your partner what feels good. You’ll need to stimulate your partner rhythmically in order give her multiple mind-blowing orgasms.
Assume the Position
If you want to give your partner multiple orgasms during intercourse then remember the clitoris. Keep it in contact with the base of your penis or press your thumb against it and flick it from side to side as you thrust. The most sensitive part of the vagina is the outer third, so keep your thrusts shallow. Control the rhythm and pace of your movements and linger in the entrance. Get this right and your partner will soon be writhing around in ecstasy.
For women the most satisfying orgasms are the ones that combine clitoral and G-spot stimulation
So focus simultaneously on stimulating these sweet spots, use tongue-fingers, penis-fingers, tongue-vibrator, or fingers-vibrator whatever works best for you and your partner.
There are multiple ways for women to have multiple orgasms. Take the time to practice these techniques and enjoy the exhilarating experience of watching your partner climax multiple times. Remember that it may take time for the first orgasm to come, but once a woman has reached her peak of arousal it’s much easier to get back there again and again and again!
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