The G-Spot

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The G-Spot By J. Foley

The G spot is named after the famous German gynecologist Ernest Grafenberg. It came to be known as the G-spot, and Dr Grafenberg found immortality in the name of a vaginal pleasure zone. The G spot, or Grafenberg Spot is an area inside a woman, alledged to give her better orgasms and massive pleasure. Some hypothesize that the G-spot is a bundle of nerves extending from the clitoris, others think that the G-spot is a gland that provides lubrication, resembling the prostate gland in men. In 1981 sexologists Whipple and Perry published a revolutionary book, The G-spot, which revived Grafenberg's research and elaborated emphatically on the fantastic sexual possibilities of this special zone.

Some women have orgasms through G-spot stimulation alone, others prefer a combination of G-spot and clitoral arousal. Some people have the sudden urge to urinate when pressure is placed on the G-spot, so its advised women should urinate before G-Spot stimulation, because it relaxes her to pay attention to the sensation, instead of worrying about urination.

To locate your "G-spot", wait till you are feeling very turned on, then squat or lie on your stomach and place one or two fingers into your vagina (about two or three inches in, along the line of the urethra). The spot needs to be pressed quite firmly, and if you feel close to orgasm, rapid pumping may be most effective. It can be difficult to achieve orgasm from G-spot stimulation alone, especially if you?re newly exploring this area.

The G-spot's location differs from woman to woman, so take your time and discover the location of your personal pleasure spot. While teaching your body to have G-spot orgasms, use other stimulation to provide additional pleasure. It is difficult to maintain this pressure for long so you may want to try using a G- spot vibrator. These are similar to regular cylindrical vibrators but they have a slight curve at the end which is designed to vibrate against your G-spot.

When with your partner Insert one or two fingers into your woman's vagina, finding the G spot and pressing down firmly on it. The G spot will most likely feel different in texture than the surrounding areas of the vaginal wall. The wall will usually feel firm and tight while the g spot is generally similar in texture to wrinkled skin. Press down on the g spot each time your fingers pass back over it, and ask your partner to describe the pace at which she enjoys this motion the most. Use your partner's vocal expressions of her enjoyment to guide the amount of pressure and speed you use to stimulate her G spot. Ask your partner whether she feels comfortable with you using your tongue in combination with your fingers to stimulate her G spot and massage her vagina.

Oral sex, used in conjunction with G spot stimulation, is likely to bring a woman to orgasm without much difficulty. Use your tongue motions to stimulate the outer area of the vagina, as well as the clitoris, while you use your fingers to massage her G spot. And when you insert your index finger into your girlfriends vagina, instead of curling your middle finger up, arch it backwards and use the under pad of your middle finger to gently caress your girlfriends G spot in circular motions, or back and forth, or up and down, as you lick her clitoris, alternating between fingering her rapidly until she experiences her first ever simultaneous vaginal, clitoral, G spot orgasm.

Try using sex toys to stimulate your partner's G spot. The G-spot vibrator measures 6 1/2 inches in length and 3 1/2 inches in cicumference at widest point. there are ten rather powerful speeds controlled by two easy touch buttons and the smooth plastic shaft is vertically ribbed and curved at the end to fit snugly into your G-spot. The main reason you'll love this vibe is the wonderfully firm but flexible quality of the shaft, and a close second is the powerful and "virtually silent" vibrating bullet-specifically its location at the curved and rounded G-spot tip. There is tons of information out there to tell you, but I suggest getting a g-spot vibrator and using that while stimulating the clitoris.

Interestingly enough, this August, Dr Terence Hines, Professor of Psychology at New York's Pace University, published a report in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology claiming that evidence for the existence of the G-spot is no more than anecdotal. Hines reviewed all the past research on the subject and concluded that the G-spot was "a sort of gynaecological UFO: much searched for, much discussed, but unverified by objective means". At the end of the day though, whether the G-spot is a biological organ, is largely irrelevant if stimulating the area creates a pleasant sensation.

So women,it could take many sessions of playing and experimenting with your G-spot to really feel these sensations from stimulation, so be patient. Remember, this unique pleasure spot requires firmer pressure and quick rubbing strokes, not in-and-out thrusting. As you feel your way through the different sensations while exploring your G-spot, use your other hand or a vibrating bullet to incorporate clitoral stimulation. This combination of G-spot and clitoral stimulation creates pure delight for many women.

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Clitoral Stimulation

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Clitoral Stimulation

Most women find that clitoral stimulation is the best way to achieve orgasm, and in turn is the technique most used during masturbation. Clitoral stimulation is wonderful, but its been shown that women can have orgasms from many different forms of stimulation. Constant clitoral stimulation is required by some women to become sexually aroused. This is because significant clitoral stimulation is not obtained with intercourse alone. So sexual stimulation of the clitoris is very definitly well established as a trigger for orgasm for most women.

It should be mentioned, a recent research found that, at least in some women, both vaginal and clitoral stimulation is needed to provide a so-called complete orgasm. Some men actually believe that women only need vaginal stimulation to reach an orgasm, even though, for some women, clitoral stimulation is the actual key to orgasmic pleasure. But on the other hand, for some women intercourse is enough to reach climax, although I think there's a clear distinction between vaginal and clitoral orgasms, which is a whole other topic to write about sometime.

Women know how to have orgasms but do not feel free to express this during sex with men. Some women feel that touching their bodies to find their erotic spots is taboo, because society suppresses the idea of clitoral stimulation. So its well advised for women to be more relaxed and confident about their bodies, and to be upfront about what they really prefer from their partners, also to feel free to masturbate and to find a sexual partner who will also provide them with clitoral stimulation, so they can then feel more relaxed and comfortable with their lover, and maybe begin to have real orgasms due to the lack of stress.

The fact is, many women who have trouble having orgasms eventually realize that the more active a role they play in the…action, the easier it is for them to finish. And in actuality, a women's increased ease with their bodies and confidence in lovemaking continues to grow after their thirties. Also women often report that orgasms are actually more intense after the age of 40.

Most women will need clitoral stimulation prior to intercourse in order to achieve an orgasm with intercourse. This is because significant clitoral stimulation is not obtained with intercourse alone. This also offers an explanation for the puzzling fact that the key point of sexual stimulation for females is not in the vagina which receives the sexual organ of the male, but on the connected tissue of the clitoris.

So it's been stated and well documented that the vast majority of women do not experience orgasm as a result of intercourse alone, or do so inconsistently, and that clitoral stimulation is not a consistent feature of intercourse. This should be no problem though, as this can be accomplished through oral stimulation provided by their partner.

And when performing oral sex on your woman, alternate the stimulation between her genitals and other parts of her body to really turn her on. Don't just lick up and down, since concentrating on only one spot can lead to overstimulation. Experiment with speed and pressure, but try to keep a rhythm or steady pattern of movement since short spurts of erratic stimulation are likely to throw her focus off.

Done right, clitoral stimulation is the best way to bring a woman to the edge of orgasm and then take her over the edge. Effective clitoral stimulation is key in achieving satisfying sexual pleasure for your woman. Also keep in mind, for about 85% of women, clitoral stimulation is the best (and sometimes only) way for a woman to reach orgasm.
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Anal Sex

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Anal Sex By J. Foley

Anal sex can be described as stimulation of the anus during sexual activity. It is sex is when the penis of a man enters (penetrates) the anus/rectum of another man or a woman. Anal sex is more risky than vaginal, since being very thin tissues of the anus and rectum can be easily damaged during such sexual activities, as anal intercourse or use of anal toys.

Anal sex is clearly the most dangerous, but most of that danger is diminished when condoms are used properly. Anal sex is a growing practice among heterosexual couples. Although anal sex is often thought of as a strictly homosexual activity, many heterosexual couples enjoy it too.

Unprotected anal sex is a high risk activity regardless of sexual orientation. Receptive unprotected anal sex is one of the most efficient methods of contracting HIV. A study published in The Journal of Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Aids claims awareness of the risks posed by anal sex is ignored in many of the continent's health campaigns. The only way to prevent the transmission of HIV through oral, vaginal, or anal sex is by using a latex or polyurethane barrier such as a condom. While latex condoms provide protection, their failure rate during anal sex is greater than that for vaginal or oral sex.

A survey of adults published in the Journal of the American Medical Association revealed that; Oral sex is not considered sex by 60% of surveyed persons, and 19% say anal sex is not sex.

Anal Sex Myths

Myth #1: Anal sex is dirty and messy. Myth #2: Anal sex is always painful for the person on the receiving end. Myth #3: Anal sex is the easiest way to get AIDS. Myth #4: Women don't enjoy receiving anal sex; they do it just to please their partners.


Women have anal sex to please themselves and/or their partner, to prevent pregnancy or preserve virginity. Many young people, particularly young women, believe that by having anal (instead of vaginal) intercourse they are protecting their virginity. Women who have unprotected sex, particularly anal sex, with men are at increased risk for HIV infection.

On the other hand,many women are reluctant to experiment with anal sex because of the many myths and misconceptions that surround the practice. Though evidence shows that receptive anal sex increases a man's chance of contracting HIV, there are little data documenting the risk of anal sex for women, Although a growing number of women have become infected through vaginal sex with men who are HIV infected. Though women are at greater risk for HIV infection through vaginal sex than men, HIV is found in vaginal fluids and menstrual blood and can be transmitted to male partners, particularly if there is a cut or sore on the penis.

20% of women have experienced anal sex. Among women, anal sex rates varied from 23% in one national 1994 survey to 51% among young people in Seattle attending STD clinics. Other surveys suggest that seven times as many women as gay men engage in anal intercourse, a figure reflecting the greater overall heterosexual population. In fact, some women are able to orgasm from anal stimulation alone.

Anal sex is portrayed as quite normal in porn imagery, but, in reality, it occurs much less frequently than other sexual behaviors. Although the wild success of The Ultimate Guide to Anal Sex for Women and The Ultimate Guide to Anal Sex for Men makes it clear that anal sex is hitting the mainstream. The idea of anal sex is becoming less taboo in today's culture and more commonplace, which could be the reason for the higher reporting. Prevalence estimates in the United States show that over one fourth of heterosexual men, as well as over one fifth of heterosexual women, have ever engaged in anal intercourse.
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Sexual Pleasure

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Sexual Pleasure By J. Foley

Sexual pleasure is about knowing how bodies work. It is the result of a mind/body collaboration — usually involving two minds and two bodies. One of the important issues about sexuality is that sexual health and pleasure is never only something that happens in our bodies, and that from an individual perspective, what is most important about sexual pleasure is that it is chosen and/or desirable.

In reality, sexual pleasure is related to: a person's state of mind; to respecting their partner's needs; and their own needs. How we talk about this subject sets the tone for how this pleasure is communicated, understood, and judged, individually and at a larger societal level. Some have argued that the reason we find it so difficult to talk about issues of sexual pleasure is because unlike other issues, there is no one framework or definition of sexuality from which we operate.

If sexual pleasure is an emotion, it is triggered by you and your partner?s sexual technique and your body's reactions. A lot of sexual pleasure is created by anticipation, and is important throughout your lifetime, though it may change as you go through life?s phases. And also remember that sexual pleasure is as much mental as physical and the sensuality of your body extends to every part of you.


There is a big difference between physical signs of arousal, and the individual experience of sexual pleasure. Because most of us are raised with a variety of misconceptions about sex it?s easy for us to confuse things like physical arousal and sexual pleasure, since we?re not taught to distinguish them for ourselves. I believe that understanding sexual pleasure will help people incorporate it into their own lives, while recognizing that "there are many different types and intensities of sexual pleasure.

Pain ... Cicumcision

What's most unfortunate is the fact that not only does male circumcision reduce male sexual pleasure, it also inflicts severe emotional and psychological damage upon its victims. Think about it: the penis is an organ that is connected to the processes of the brain and, aside from the overall objective of procreation, it is designed for the experience of sexual pleasure and the expression of love. So when it is mutilated with painful violence, the victim obviously suffers a permanent alteration of his brain development for the normal expression of sexual pleasure and love. All future experiences of genital pleasure involve, to certain degrees, the memory – even unconscious is of severe pain. It has been documented how the excruciating genital pain that is suffered, even "unconsciously," by a new-born male baby, has long-term, damaging consequences on his ability to separate the differences between pain and pleasure in love and intimate relationships. It is simply a fact that this reality disfigures subsequent experiences of pleasure -- and not just in the sexual context. The blurring of pain and pleasure in the developing brain provides the foundation for many circumcised males to need pain in order to experience pleasure, or vice versa.

Sexual pleasure is an important part of a normal, balanced, healthy life, and is one of the most intense human experiences. It is knowing that this person is important to you, and that you care about them and they care about you, and that you want to share with them one of the most important things you can share. Sexual pleasure is an innate component of human sexuality, and it permeates human experience. And, of course, experiencing this pleasure is vital for everyone, regardless of their couplehood status. Pleasure and sex are intertwined, and our ancestors knew it and of course we know it too, but there are some who want to pretend that sexual pleasure is immoral.

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Female Ejaculation

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Female ejaculation is a controversial topic that continues to cause heated debates. Female ejaculation is the g-spot's kissing cousin when it comes to "is it real or is it fake" medical debates. Because female ejaculation is neither commonly agreed upon nor well documented in the medical literature, it is not mentioned in the context of delayed orgasm for women. Thus, the female ejaculation is more likely to occur when stimulating the G-spot.

It was not until the 1980's that researchers began to accept the possibility of female ejaculation. However, it is known that female ejaculation occurs during orgasm and that not every orgasm necessarily results in ejaculation. Researchers believe massaging the G-spot is the best way to achieve female ejaculation, while some women say they have ejaculated without ever having located their G-spot.

Female ejaculation is the expulsion of fluid from or around the urethra. It is believed to be caused by a release of fluid from the Skene’s glands. Though the phenomenon of female ejaculation is not well understood, it is normal for women to release a spurt of liquid from their genitals during orgasm.


Many writers suggest that one of the reasons a lot of women don't ejaculate is that they hold back when the feel the urge to "release". This phenomenon is one that many women mistake for urinary incontinence, although the fluid released is actually quite different from urine. What exactly does a woman release when she ejaculates? In studies of female ejaculation, the released liquid was found not to be urine but did contain some of the components found in urine. The feeling of ejaculating is not dissimilar to peeing, a shower of warm wet liquid and a feeling of intense release. Once released, the actual ejaculation itself can be a mind-blowing experience for both partners.


Studies have shown evidence of female ejaculation in between 10 and 40% of female orgasms. However, research is being performed under the hypothesis that ejaculation can occur in all (or most) cases, but probably most of them in an amount unnoticeable in an area typically humid during sexual intercourse -- thus, those percentages would correspond to those women who do notice their ejaculation. According to some laboratory tests, the fluid coming out during a female ejaculation would be a substance with some similarities to malesemen in its composition, produced by the paraurethral glands or Skene's glands, often called "female prostate" for its similitude inplacement, structure and, given the discovery of female ejaculation,function, with the male prostate,responsible for the production of semen.

Another study was conducted with twenty-seven women; a G-spot was found in all, and ten of them experienced episodes of feminine ejaculation. This is not an uncommon occurrence, as is shown in "Female Ejaculation: Perceived Origins, the Grafenberg Spot/Area, and SexualResponsiveness," an article in the Archives of Sexual Behavior. According to the introduction, forty percent of the participants in an anonymous mail survey of 2350 women (with a fifty-five percent response rate) reported experiences of ejaculation (Darling, Davidson,Conway-Welch 29).

Female Ejaculation is carnal proof that a woman's ability to hit her lover right between the eyes with her orgasmic juice is equal to that of a man. A skill possessed by most females but in reality admitted and permitted by few, female ejaculation is one of those few remaining taboos and 'un-tapped' delights of the 21st century. Female ejaculation is a pure recreational pleasure that has no direct role in procreation, except that women who squirt may, over the millennia, have procreated more, simply because they tend to enjoy sex more. Although modern science may not know exactly yet what female ejaculation is, women who experience it, and the intense orgasms that usually accompany it, are only too happy to conduct their own experiments, and direct partners with cries of, "Oh, yes, right there.

OK so the art of female self gratification can be called having a strum, practicing guitar or many others but female ejaculation is basically knocking one out. Face it, G-spot female ejaculation is one of those decadent pleasures, like fresh oysters, that require the right circumstances and preparation, as well as post-pleasure clean-up.

Because of the increased attention paid in the popular media to female ejaculation there are many women who want to know more, and are interested in trying to ejaculate. And if you're interested in learning more about female ejaculation then you should go for it. Just try and avoid the pitfalls of performance pressure, and thinking that ejaculation is some magic bullet that will transform your sex life from humdrum to super fantastic. Female Ejaculation opens with public confirmation that this is indeed reality. Like Stonehenge, solar eclipses, and countless other wonders of nature, female ejaculation has provoked both awe and controversy.

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Female Masturbation

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Masturbation is fun, healthy and will help a woman get in touch with what really turns her on. Women are raised with little information about their genitals, and sex, including masturbation, and believe or not for some, it doesn?t come naturally for them.

Many women avoid touching their genitals, and few are on the same first-name basis with their own clitoris that they are with their partner's penis. Did you know women reach orgasm more frequently through masturbation than any other sexual activity. Some women orgasm from clitoral stimulation, others enjoy vaginal penetration or G-Spot stimulation.

Its all about being comfortable with yourself and your body. Fantasizing is always a good way for women to calm themselves down and prepare themselves mentally. Following are some suggestions and things I've experimented with : Inserting one or more fingers into the vagina to stroke the frontal wall where the g-spot is located, Stroking around and on the clitoris, Using warm running water to stimulate the clitoris, Straddling a pillow (or something similar) and rubbing the vulva and clitoris against these items. When you find youself on the brink of orgasm, but can't quite get over the hump, try altering you're breathing, or focusing on a really hot fantasy. As you begin to orgasm, continue the stimulation through the orgasm. Your first orgasm may feel like a blip or a blast, but the more you practice, the more variety you will experience. For me personally, I like to increase and decrease pressure and speed so I can really build myself up to a really nice orgasm.

Other ideas : Find and touch your inner and outer labia, your clitoris, your vagina and your perineum. Using one or two fingers, rhythmically stroke the different parts of your vulva, paying particular attention to your clitoris and labia. Try placing a finger on either side of the clitoris and stroking up and down, or placing two fingers on the clitoral hood and rubbing in a circular motion. Lie back with legs spread in a bath with a shower hose and direct the stream of water at your clitoris. I normally will take one or two fingers and do a circle motion on my clitoris, and will lighten up on the stimulation during the first extremely sensitive moments but keep it going to enjoy those little pleasurable aftershocks. Some women can orgasm by crossing their legs tightly and clenching the pelvic or leg muscles, which creates pressure and enhances blood flow to the genitals.

If your hand gets tired, give yourself a rest, switch hands, or try a vibrator. Many women purchase vibrators and sex toys to provide direct and intense stimulation to the clitoris. Vibrators take some of the manual labor out of masturbation Think of it this way: falling into a vibrator habit is really no different from boring, routine sex with a partner. Love your vibrator, but don’t date your vibrator. Dildos can be a pleasurable accompaniment to clitoral masturbation, as they offer the fullness of penetration and can also stimulate the G-Spot.

How many people continue to masturbate after getting into a relationship?, and why most people who masturbate in relationships keep it hidden from their partners?, and deciding whether or not they should talk to their partner about masturbation in their relationship. Well I'll tell you, from first hand experience, mutual masturbation can be a fun, functional, and an exhillerating addition to any couples sex life. Whether you?re a shy introvert or a happy exhibitionist, learn to include mutual masturbation into your sexual repertoire.

Remember, there?s no wrong way to masturbate; everyone is different. So Just Relax and Enjoy!
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The Female Orgasm

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An explanation for the origin of the female orgasm could be based on what is known as the "by-product" theory, which holds that orgasm is a trait that is heavily selected in males (reproduction wouldn't happen without it). " But from an evolutionary vantage, we recognize that the female and male orgasm are fundamentally different, in that the male orgasm is essential to reproduction whereas the female orgasm is not. Trying to figure out the evolutionary purpose of the female orgasm is a worthy science project. Some scientists do not believe that the female orgasm is an evolutionarily adapted trait, while others have found evidence that it may just be in a woman's genes.

Some say the female orgasm is important physiologically, to relive congestion in the pelvic area, and psychologically, to give emotional satisfaction. The female orgasm is marked by the contraction of the pubococygeus muscle. and possibly One function of the female orgasm is to help draw sperm along through the female reproductive tract, while the associated pleasurable sensations may aid pair bonding. It also suggests that the elusiveness of the female orgasm is evolved, probably because it confers a reproductive advantage that is triggered only with a particularly desirable partner.

If mutual pleasuring and long-term sexual fulfillment are understood as an aspect of the natural selection process, then it can be argued that the female orgasm is an inherent screening device, and that couples who are more attuned to each other and more sexually fit (mutually orgasmic) are more likely to stay together and have more babies than their sexually unfulfilled counterparts.

The female orgasm seems to hold a strange fascination for researchers. The female orgasm is something of a mystery to scientists. Females don't have to have orgasms to bring forth children, so why do they have orgasms? Females of almost no other species appear to have them -- so why do humans? In contrast to the male orgasm which has a very clear biological purpose – to impregnate – it seems that people have not been able to find a clear biological purpose for the female orgasm. Maybe, the female orgasm doesn't need a purely biological purpose. Female sexuality, and the female orgasm specifically, is one of the least understood physiological phenomena.

One theory is that it is a tool for mate selection, the idea being that males best able to bring females to orgasm are also the best males to help raise children. But how to account for female orgasm, when nearly three-quarters of women don't always reach orgasm during sexual intercourse. Another is that the female orgasm produces movements that increase sperm uptake, and therefore fertility. The contractions of the female reproductive tract that accompany orgasm increase the likelihood that sperm will be drawn up further into the uterus and fallopian tubes, thus increasing the probability that the sperm will, in fact, meet the egg. I have also heard that if the female orgasms before the male that the orgasmic contractions are no longer present, this migration effect is not observed, and acidic fluids are absorbed into the uterus which can be detrimental to the sperm deposited in the vagina following the female orgasm.

So what actually happens during a female orgasm and what are the detailed mechanics that would cause to maximize the likelihood of pregnancy? A scientific documentary featured scientists in white robes inserting a miniature camera into the female vagina during the orgasm and the camera revealed the elusive truth that so many had been pursuing for years. What the camera showed was a female uterus jumping forward like a vacuum pump and sucking up the semen from the vagina. hence, the female orgasm, specifically, the evolutionary reason for the female orgasm.

According to Ian Kerner, clinical sexologist and evangelist of the female orgasm, oral sex has long been deemed an optional aspect of foreplay, but, in fact, it's coreplay -- simply the best way for leading a woman through the entire process of sexual response. " Since studies show the average woman takes about 20 minutes to reach her first orgasm during a typical sex session, while men take a mere four minutes, Kerner advises men to delay their own climax and make oral sex "coreplay" ("the substantive phase in which sexual tension builds, culminates and then releases itself through the female orgasm"),instead of foreplay.

The key to female arousal seems rather to be deep relaxation and a lack of anxiety, with direct sensory input from the genitals playing a less critical role. The scans show that during sexual activity, the parts of the female brain responsible for processing fear, anxiety and emotion start to relax and reduce in activity. This reaches a peak at orgasm, when the female brain’s emotion centres are effectively closed down to produce an almost trance-like state.

How strange to think that there would be any question about the role of the female orgasm. The orgasm, male or female, and the less intense joys of touch are what make sex fun. The fact that the female orgasm occurs most often outside of pure intercourse is also evidence that the point of the sex act is not only to reproduce.

The female orgasm is one of the biggest mysteries in our culture. For, while the clitoris is clearly built for bliss, understanding female sexuality is as complicated as Euclidean geometry, and the female orgasm is the final exam. Female orgasm could be seen as a political act; given how much space is devoted in western philosophy debating the sexuality of women, it's apparent that women's capacity for pleasure scares the shit out of a lot of people. The survival of the species requires more than brawn (the strongest male gets the female), it needs brains and the ability to be good nurturers and providers.

As women everywhere will attest, when it comes to understanding female sexuality, most guys know more about what's under the hood of a car than under the hood of a clitoris. And while it seems that men have struggled valiantly since the dawn of time to find ways to reliably elicit the female orgasm, rare is the guy who has the modesty to ask: "What do I do. Welcome to the world of She Comes First, where the mystery of female satisfaction is solved, and the tongue is proven mightier than the sword. So Im sure most would agree, the female orgasm is one of life's great pleasures, for everyone involved, and is every woman’s right to enjoy as nature intended.
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