The sure-fire option is to address her clitoris: by changing your thrusting motion so your pelvis grinds into her, or by slowing down (crucial, this) such that you can accurately use your thumb. (This same attention to detail goes for nipple pinching, spanking, or a wet finger pressing up against her behind. Flailing attempts are beneath you – do it well or not at all.)
Some women come easily from any type of stimulation but prefer one orgasm to another. I love receiving oral sex but I find that I enjoy the orgasms I get from sex the best. So once again, it’s better to just ask her what she likes.
Hi. My wife doesn’t like oral kissing, nipple kissing and caressing, clitorial stimulation and she said she feels good only during intercourse. She also doesnt like prolonged penetration. Does he have problem???
If you’re a woman who finds climaxing easy and can have orgasms during intercourse with little effort – even in a position where it’s difficult for your partner to access the clitoris with the fingertips – then you are very lucky indeed!
It’s as easy as believing it’s possible for you personally to climax more than once, Anami says. Next is learning to relax: “Deeper orgasms are all about a very intense state of release, so you have to be willing to dive into the unknown and let go,” Anami adds. Once your attitude starts to shift, two or more orgasms may well become your new normal, Rose says.
If you are expecting to give your woman an orgasm through penetration, then you must get her aroused first and foremost. Foreplay is crucial to the g-spot orgasm and this is what you have to focus on the most here. Although the clitoris does bring her satisfaction, you need to focus on the g-spot if you want to make her orgasm during intercourse. As you get her aroused during foreplay, this increases blood flow to the g-spot, making it bigger and more engorged. This makes it easier for you to hit during sex.MORE AT — http://tinyurl.com/j68s5dm
Even if you decide to give a man oral sex, it doesn’t mean that you have to let him ejaculate (or cum) in your mouth – the choice is yours. Of course, if he’s wearing a condom this won’t be such an issue, and it means you will both be protected against sexually transmitted infections (STIs). It’s also entirely up to you how long you continue for.
If you’re and comfortable with the person you’re with then oral sex can be a great way to get physically closer and learn what turns each other on. But remember that you can pause or stop at any point you want, and the same is true for your partner. Just because you have started something doesn’t mean you need to continue – stopping is actually very normal.
Several years ago I was surprised to read a column in Bottom Line written by a sex therapist that suggested to focus on your own pleasure rather your partner’s, which may sound selfish or evil but if you both are focusing on the partner’s pleasure you’re kind of distracted from your own so in the end no one gets off (heh).
And I don’t mean masturbate (yet). There’s a lot going on down there, and you should get to know your body. Sit in front of a mirror and check out what’s happening. The fastest way to masturbate is by stimulating your clitoris, so try to figure out where that is. But I wouldn’t bother looking for the elusive G-spot. Just focus on figuring out what’s what and where everything is.