Female Ejaculation Part 3: Explore Your Body
I’m just going to go right ahead and skip an entire chapter of Female Ejaculation: Unleash The Ultimate G-Spot Orgasm, because it has to do with playing with your partner and although it gives some great Kama Sutra tips (among other things), it doesn’t exactly fit into the theme of this blog. I would prefer to focus on the individual as opposed to the typical “how to please your partner” shtick. It’s time you learn to please and love yourself.
I know, I know, when I’m I actually going to the juicy part of telling you how to achieve a female orgasm and how to stimulate your g-spot? Soon, I swear, but before you can do that you should learn a little bit more about your body and you should definitely learn to give it all the love it deserves.
We all need to put aside all the bodily preconceptions that we have learned through the media and start internalizing a much healthier attitude towards our bodies and one of the ways to achieve that is to explore and learn more about it first hand. You might want to begin by asking yourself a few questions and examining where those thoughts come from and just how valid and useful they are.
- How do you feel about your body?
- How do you feel about the size and/or look or your genitals?
Truly all you need is the desire and the energy to engage in the kind of sexually activity that thrills you. The shape, size and look of your genitals have nothing to do with how you experience pleasure, and something that gives you so much pleasure deserves to be loved and appreciated for what it is.
Loving it is your only option.
Try standing in front of a full length mirror and really look at yourself without the judgement that you see through other people’s eyes. Focus, especially, on those parts that give you the most heartache and look upon them through the eyes of a lover. When you are ready, you can begin to explore your body with the most ingenious tools ever invented: your fingers. In the event that your fingers are kind of short, think of investing in a g-spot vibrator. If you don’t know where to look, check out my links and you’ll find a bevy of women/queer/transgender friendly stores.
Ready, set, go: explore your cunt. Yes, yes, if you’re an adult woman I am fairly sure you already know your body pretty damn well, and are acquainted with masturbation, but I find that most people get kind of lazy and once they have figured out how to achieve an orgasm they tend to stick to those methods and forget about all their other pleasure spots. Indulge me and your body and give it a try: pretend this is the first time that you are discovering your pussy and explore all your different spots with all sorts of different strokes.
I’m sure you’ve looked at your cunt more than once in your live time, but have you ever looked at it when you were aroused? It changes. Blood flows and engorges all of your sensitive tissues, your clit becomes erect and changes color, your inner lips open up, extend and also change color, your cervix moves up to provide a little more room to play with. It’s actually pretty fascinating if you ask me. Here’s a rundown of your most basic parts:
- Mons: Classically known as the mound of venus, the mons is the soft pubic hair-adorned tissue covering the pubic bone that divides into the vagina’s outer lips.
- Lips: The soft folds of skin that protect the vagina when it’s at rest. The outside lips are the called the labia majora, and the inside ones are the labia minora.
- Clitoris: The highly sensitive bud that peeks out under its hood at the apex and the inner lips and extends deeper inside around the vagina.
- Urethra: The canal that conducts urine from the bladder to the outside world. You can make out the highly sensitive orifice, known as the meatus, near the top or just inside the opening of the vagina.
- Urethral Sponge: Spongy erectile tissue that surrounds a woman’s urethra composed of up to forty little paraurethral glands and ducts collectively known as the female prostate.
- Inner Vagina: The elastic tube that extends from the vaginal opening up to the cervix, which is the opening to the uterus or womb.
- Perineum: The spongy, highly erogenous tissue between the vagina and the anus that includes the soft sensitive tissue on the vagina’s back wall.
- Anus: The other very sensitive orifice between the butt cheeks which is too often overlooked. This is unfortunate because it’s a load of nerve endings.
Just like any other body parts, these erotic zones come in all shapes and sizes, which has nothing to do with their sensitivity.
Your homework is to explore and stimulate all of these erotic zones. Try to locate them and figure out what feels best. Tomorrow, I will talk a little bit more about the clitoris, the vagina and on how to discover the g-spot and from then on it’s going to be all slippery fun.
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