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The female orgasm - coming, cumming, climaxing, or having a big O - should be the climax of female sexual activity. Most women, if they are lucky, will have just one short orgasm and then they will need to stop sex play. Some women can have several orgasms in a row - multiple orgasms. Sadly many more women have trouble reaching orgasm at all when having sex. Most women experience orgasm through clitoral stimulation rather than vaginal penetration. So if a woman is having difficulty reaching orgasm, she may want to try massaging a specially formulated stimulation or sexual enhancement product around their clitoris at an early stage of solo or mutual sex play. To help women achieve satisfactory orgasms, to help them enhance the quality of their orgasms, or even aid their quest to become multi-orgasmic we have for sale online a number of the very best clitoral, G-Spot and vaginal stimulant and sexual enhancement products - creams, gels, balms and lotions which, when massaged in and around the vaginal area, will make the clitoris or G-Spot more sensitive to stimulation and thus aid and enhance female orgasmic potential.
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The Importance Of Clitoral Stimulation In female Orgasm Achievement
Female orgasm can occur with or without direct clitoral stimulation, but for many women direct stimulation with hands, the tongue, the penis or a vibrating sex toy is necessary. This is because only one part of the clitoris, the urethral sponge, is in contact with the penis, fingers, or a dildo in the vagina. The tip of the clitoris and the inner lips, which are also very sensitive, do not receive direct stimulation during intercourse. The clitoris surrounds the vagina like a horseshoe. The urethral sponge runs along the roof of the vagina, and can be stimulated through the vagina, but the vagina itself has no mechanism to stimulate pleasure or orgasm for women. Through penile thrusting, however, the vagina provides exactly the right type of pressure and stimulation to result in orgasm.
Orgasm can occur without any physical stimulation of any kind, or it can occur through kissing, touching other parts of the body, watching sexy videos, or even during sleep when no physical stimulation of any kind occurs. Many heterosexual women find that both partners can have more rewarding pleasure and orgasms by avoiding intercourse and using manual stimulation, vibrators, watching erotica, sharing erotic fantasies, and so forth. Some men are willing to do anything to ensure that their partners are pleased, and are surprised to find how rewarding non-intercourse - called outercourse - sex can be.
Clitoris Stimulation Tip 1: Don’t blow directly on the clitoris - that will only dry the clitoris out, and nothing is more painful than having attention lavished on a non-lubricated clitoris.
Clitoris Stimulation Tip 2: The first strokes should be individual. In other words, you’ll want to momentarily break physical contact between each one. As your partner nears orgasm alter your technique and begin sliding your tongue back to the starting point without breaking contact. This will ensure maximum clitoral stimulation.
Clitoris Stimulation Tip 3: Don’t use your tongue to lubricate your fingers; saliva only works through constant application, and you don’t want to interrupt clitoral stimulation once you’ve started. If she’s truly turned on, coat your fingers with her own lubrication; it’ll last much longer.
Clitoris Stimulation Tip 4: If your fingers aren’t long enough to simulate intercourse while keeping your thumb on her clitoris, don’t worry about it. The main stimulation here should be clitoral, and it’s perfectly fine if your other fingers don’t move very much; some women actually prefer this.