Jamie Hergenrader says that these seven sex positions stimulate a woman’s clitoris and G-spot at the same time.
When a certain sex position feels amazing, it’s safe to assume that it’s hitting either your G-spot or your clitoris.
But what about positions that—wait for it—stimulate both hot spots at the same time? Yes, those magical unicorn positions do exist and they’re bound to result in a mind-blowing orgasm.
It’s a buy-one, get-one (BOGO) for your vagina, basically. Ready for a sex fest like no other? Allow us to blow your mind. Read more
If your woman isn’t as eager for sex as you’d like her to be (or not interested at all), it’s probably because she isn’t getting much enjoyment from it. It’s human nature to want more of what we like and less of what we don’t. If your partner isn’t sick, injured, or cheating on you, the reason she doesn’t want to have sex more often is because she doesn’t enjoy it. Period.
Surveys reveal that only about 30 percent of women have orgasms with intercourse. Female sexual pleasure mostly associates with her clitoris and G spot. Women often don’t have orgasm with intercourse because some sex positions don’t provide enough stimulation of these pleasure spots. Here are some positions and techniques that do provide the stimulation your woman needs to have an orgasm with intercourse. Continue reading
The G-spot is a dime-sized erogenous zone located just underneath the front vaginal wall. It’s made from ultra sensitive erectile-like tissue that, when touched, swells to the size of a quarter and brings on feelings of sexual bliss, similar to the way the clitoris responds to contact. Stimulating the G-spot can greatly boost orgasm, creating a more intense climax, and in some cases, ejaculation. Continue reading
Female ejaculation used to be dismissed as a myth, but the scientific community was proven wrong in 1980 when John D. Perry and Beverly Whipple showed a film of a female ejaculating to the Society for the Scientific Study of Sex. Female ejaculate is a fluid released from the G-spot area. It is usually clear, or milky and as thin as water. The secret to female ejaculation is G-spot stimulation to orgasm. Continue reading
The G-spot is a small mound of tissue, between a penny and quarter in size, inside the vagina. It has a high concentration of sexual nerves and produces hormones similar to those made by the male’s prostate gland. To locate the G-spot, imagine your partner is lying on her back with you positioned between her spread legs. Slide a finger inside her vagina, palm up. With your finger straight back (middle finger is best) you would curve it toward yourself, gently, as if you were gesturing to someone to “come here.” In doing so, the area you press on should be pretty near her G-spot area. Continue reading