• 31Oct

    Many women do not enjoy receiving oral stimulation from their partner. Not because they don’t enjoy the activity, but because their partner lacks certain skills and sexual knowledge to make it worth the woman’s while. Once a woman finds a partner who can perform excellent cunnilingus, you may find she even prefers it to vaginal intercourse. You can be the worst lover in the world, but if you can give good head, you’ll redeem yourself in the eyes of any woman.

    First things first is dealing with all the rumors about foul smell and taste that have been passed from generation to generation. The truth is, as long as your lady-friend isn’t some tramp that hasn’t showered in weeks that you picked up off the streets earlier today, or a marathon runner who hasn’t changed her shorts yet, the smell and taste of a woman’s vagina can be very bearable. In some cases, you may even learn to love it! If you’ve got any qualms about it however, suggest a sensual bath together where you can make sure that any unclean smells and tastes will be washed away.


    Position is the next thing you and your partner should decide on. Many people enjoy the 69 position, but for first timers and beginners, I’d recommend against it. Simply putting your head in between your partners legs and wrapping your arms around her legs will give you great access to her lower region. Now, once you’re down there, you don’t want to just go smashing your tongue into everything you see. Women don’t work like men do when it comes to getting aroused. Whereas men might have a simple switch that turns them on or off, women have more of a dial that increases their arousal as you turn it more and more ever so slightly. Patience is the key. You want to keep her in suspense until she’s pulling your whole face forward towards her pussy with the fury of a thousand fiery gods. Do this by gently licking and kissing everywhere BUT the vagina. Kiss the inside of her thighs, lick around her vagina, but pay no direct attention to it. Every so often, gently graze the surface of it. In a few minutes time (sometimes longer, every woman is different), you’ll have her bucking and gyrating her hips demanding direct pleasure. Now, it’s time to dive in.

    The clitoris is the most sensitive spot on a woman’s body, so we’re going to want to target that. The clitoris is just a small pink bud located in the upper region of the vagina. After enough foreplay, the clitoris should become erect like a male’s penis does. It’s still very small though, so you’re going to have to look hard for it. Use your tongue to move away the clit hood and expose it. Be very gentle around the clitoris – like I said – it’s the most sensitive part of her body. Too much direct stimulation can be uncomfortable and not pleasurable at all. Once you’ve found the clitoris, or even the general region, it’s time to start practicing your ABC’s. By tracing the shape of each letter in the alphabet with your tongue on her pussy, you’re ensuring that your movements aren’t duplicated and therefore will feel better for the woman. It’s very important at this stage of the game to gauge her response to everything you do. If you notice she’s tilting in a certain way to make sure you have access to a specific area, stay there. If you look up and she’s on the phone and biting her fingernails, it’s time to try a new tongue rhythm or a new region of her vagina.

    For added stimulation, you can introduce a finger or two. See what she’s comfortable with and then make sure you’re fingers are properly lubricated. Gently massaging the inside of her vaginal walls in a “come here” motion with your index finger will stimulate her G-spot. Couple this technique with some tongue play and your woman should be on her way to orgasm as long as you are CONSISTENT. If you see she’s enjoying something, don’t stop. Don’t change what you’re doing either. Before you know it, your woman will be moaning in ecstasy as you give her one of the best orgasms of her life.

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