Sunday, 22 April 2012
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Wednesday, 11 April 2012
External Female Sexual Anatomy
The clitoris is a small, highly sensitive organ that is
very important to female sexual response. You can almost
think of it as a “mini-penis”.
There are 2 main parts to the clitoris (externally):
1. The shaft
2. The glans (or the clitoral head)
The glans is visible, sticking out like a small lump. The
shaft disappears into the body beneath the clitoral hood,
which is a layer of tissue that passes around the clitoris.
The clitoris varies in size for different women, much like
penis size vary in men.
Women have been blessed with a sex organ with no
reproductive purpose – it’s only function is receiving
pleasure. It has over 8,000 nerve endings which are
intricately networked with the nerves throughout the pelvic
Although I’ve labeled it as an “external” organ, most of
the clitoris is actually hidden inside the body.
The shaft of the clitoris extends into the body, and then
splitting into two legs form an upside down “V” (the
clitoral crura) which lie on both sides of the vaginal
But the key feature of the internal portion of the clitoris
is the fact that the clitoris surrounds the urethra (the
passage where urine exits the bladder).
What does this mean?
It means that the pleasurable sensations from stimulating
the “G-Spot” (the area on the upper wall of the vagina,
below the urethra) is through contact with the inner parts
of the clitoris!
Also, this can explain the “vaginal orgasm” (orgasm through
vaginal penetration), since the interior parts of the
The mons pubis is the fatty pad of tissue that’s covered by
pubic hair. It lies on top of the pubic bone, and on top
of the inner clitoral structures.
Inner Lips (Labia Minora):
The labia minora are the fleshy hairless inner lips that
lie on either sides of the vaginal entrance. The inner
lips come together at the top forming the clitoral hood.
Outer Lips (Labia Majora):
The outer lips are rounded pads of fatty tissue lying
on either side of the vaginal entrance.
You’ll find it at the bottom of the vaginal entrance where
the inner labia meet.
The perineum, more commonly referred to as the “taint”, is
the area between the vaginal opening and the vagina.
Although she might disagree with you, the anus is a highly
erogenous zone. But, to stimulate it doesn’t require
penetration. The anus has a high concentration of nerve
endings, and can feel pleasurable when stimulated.
Remember though, that any anal play requires special
attention to hygiene, as the anus and rectum contain (and
can spread) bacteria.
Interior Female Sexual Anatomy
The vagina is a tube shaped organ where the penis is
inserted during sex (we all know this one!)
But what you might not know is that most of the nerve
supply of the vagina to the lower 1/3, near the entrance.
In other words, the most sensitive area of a woman’s vagina
is near the front.
On the other hand, the deeper 2/3 of the vagina contains
almost no nerve endings...so...it’s insensitive to stimulation
(a woman can tell you that she’ll have feelings of deep
What does this mean to you?
It means that, even if you have a short penis, you can
still give pleasure to your partner while having sex,
simply because the back of the vagina just isn’t as
sensitive as the front.
The cervix is located at the back of the vagina, and is the
opening to the uterus.
Although the cervix has no sexual function, you should be
aware of it during intercourse. The cervix is sensitive to
pressure, and you could actually bruise it during sex if
you’re thrusting too hard!
If you have a long penis, then chances are you’ll be
hitting the cervix as you’re thrusting in. Some women
enjoy it while others will tell you that it’s irritating.
If that’s the case, you might need to change your thrusting
angles or sexual position.
tomorrow we shall be looking on how to set the mood right for her to have an orgasm............
Monday, 9 April 2012
Locating the G-Spot...
The G-spot is located about one and a half to two inches
up, on the anterior (toward the front) wall of the vagina,
at about 12 o’clock, or really anywhere between 11:00 and
As you begin your explorations, start with inserting your
forefinger gently inside of her, curving and hooking it
behind the pubic bone, and then moving it forward, in the
Now with your fingers, move them in a “zig-zag” pattern.
Essentially what you’re doing is scanning the ceiling of
Once you feel a small mound of spongy tissue that ranges in
size from that of a nickel and quarter - and having a rough
texture different that the immediately surrounding tissue -
you’ve found it.
The G-spot swells up and gets bigger the more she’s
aroused, so if you’re having trouble finding it, chances
are, she might not be aroused enough.
If you can manage to master the secrets of G-spot
stimulation, you’ll be in great shape with your lovers,
likely claiming the honor as one of (if not the most)
satisfying and amazing lovers they’ve ever had.
That’s because G-spot orgasms tend to be felt at a deeper
level and more intensely than clitoral orgasms alone. They
also offer the additional spiff of being able to occur
consecutively, with no “established” upper limit. And if
you really get it down, she might even ejaculate. And what
can be better than making your woman become a wetter?
These are the key secrets that separate the men from the
boys. Unfortunately, it’s actually a safe estimation that
less than 1% of the world’s population of men is able to
repeatedly find, and them properly stimulate, their lovers’
Some people think that the urethral sponge and the G-spot
is the same thing, while others think that they’re totally
different. In any case, stimulating this area can cause
massive pleasure, and female ejaculation!
The urethral sponge is a spongy tissue and surrounds the
urethral canal. It’s important because of 2 reasons:
1. Filled with nerve endings
The urethral sponge is filled with nerve endings, so
stimulating it will be highly pleasurable a woman.
2. “Skenes Glands”
This is the key to female ejaculation.
When stimulated, the Skenes glands (also known as the
“female prostate”) produces a clear ejaculatory fluid that
gets released when a woman has an orgasm.
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