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How to Properly Screw a Woman

Does your girlfriend or wife seem less than eager to have sex with you these days? It could be because she’s just not enjoying it that much. Many women find sexual intercourse to be uncomfortable, unsatisfying, or just plain boring. While a man can put his penis in, thrust hard and fast, and have an orgasm every time, that won’t work for most women most of the time.

For a woman to have an orgasm from intercourse (or even enjoy it), you need vary the techniques that you use and vary the types, depth, speed, and angles of your thrusts as well as the positions that you are thrusting in. These eight tips for properly screwing a woman will not only make sex more exciting and enjoyable for her, but also make it more exciting and enjoyable for you!

1)  Make sure that she is fully aroused and lubricated before penetration. (For tips on how to do this, my posts 10 Tips for Better Breast Play, How to Properly Finger a Woman, and 5 Steps to Perfect Cunnilingus should give you some ideas.) When you need additional lubrication, K-Y Jelly or Astroglide are inexpensive and available at most pharmacies.

2) Always tease  her a bit before penetration. (My post Tease Her to Please Her tells how to make her BEG for it.)

3) Thrust hard and soft, fast and slow. Many men just thrust in and out over and over again, or, worse, just put it in and pound. While many women do like to be pounded on occasion or after they have warmed up with an orgasm or two, the same thing over and over again can get quite boring.

4) Try thrusting in a winding, circular motion going in and coming out. (This is where the term “screwing” originated.)

5) Thrust at different angles in the same position. Try riding high and low, left and right in the same position to stimulate all the walls of her vagina.

6) Put your penis all the way in and slide up and down, left and right, and in circles clockwise and counter-clockwise, without moving your penis in and out. (For more about this technique, see my post Bring Your Woman to Orgasm with the Coital Alignment Technique.)

7) Once in a while, pull out and re-enter. (I love this. Just don’t take too long to put it back in!)

8) Try different positions, but don’t get carried away and keep changing positions every couple of minutes if your partner is really enjoying the one you are in and getting the stimulation that she needs for an orgasm.

Variety is the spice of life, and that certainly holds true for sex. Routine sex is boring sex, and no one looks forward to being bored. When you vary the sex techniques you use, your woman never knows quite what to expect or when and that stimulates the largest sex organ of all – her brain.

One of the worst things that can happen to any man is not being “sure” if he had given his woman a orgasm. Imagine being so sexually skilled that you can literally give ANY woman orgasms. To discover the secrets to giving your woman the best sex she’s ever had, click here!

2 Responses to How to Properly Screw a Woman

  • Michael says:

    Quite frankly, when one realizes how difficult it seems from the stats to bring a woman to orgasm, porn seems a much less stressful option, for sexual pleasure. Especially as, so often, the female views it as the males job to service her needs.

  • conceptualclarity says:

    Those stats are not true, Michael. They’re upside down. The women who don’t seldom or never orgasm during intercourse are the 25-30%. I can prove that if need be by referring to the best scientific sex researchers in peer-reviewed journals. What you see in actual practice is most women begin to orgasm from intercourse in their first few years of having sex, and many others get their breakthrough in their late 20s, their 30s, or even their 40s.

    All this determination to discredit intercourse goes back to the father of the “sex expert” culture, Alfred Kinsey. I am firmly convinced he was a man traumatized by his lifelong inability to make women come with his penis. As a result he was on a dishonest mission to declassify the vagina as a sex organ. His experiment of declaring the vagina “insensitive” because it didn’t respond to feather stroking was the farce of the century. Feather stroking is nothing like the thrusting of a hard penis, which nature built the vagina to respond to, with what is called “pressure sensitivity” rather than “fine touch sensitivity”. As the owner of a very pleasurable shaft, I have to laugh at the idea that pressure sensitivity is inferior to fine touch sensitivity.

    After Kinsey arose the feminists. Marie Robinson back in the 1950s had chronicled the fact that feminist women who don’t like men have a harder time than other women orgasming from intercourse. Feminists jumped for joy over the anti-vaginalism of Kinsey and his disciples Masters and Johnson. The result was a political sex establishment determined to see intercourse as sexist, the vagina as non-erogenous, and pursuing a barely-concealed agenda for having oral sex replace intercourse as the primary human sexual activity (which will NEVER happen). A highly publicized unscientific sex survey by feminist Shere Hite attacking intercourse became for this sex establishment the only relevant “fact” about sex. (Hite later retired and fled to Euorope to escape the harsh censure of genuine American social scientists for her abominably shoddy research techniques.)

    Right now science is dealing hard blows to the feminist sex establishment. They are not going down without a fight. Most people who know anything about sex know their references to vaginal orgasm and the G spot as unproven hypotheses are laughable. Their ultimate defeat is inevitable.

    There are many pieces of advice for giving women orgasms, but one is make it all about fun and being “in the moment” the whole time instead of bearing the burden of orgasm goals. Check out programs by people like David Shade, Harry Mete, and Alex Allman.

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