How To Give A Woman An Orgasm
Here's a very short and extremely effective guide for men about knowing how to give a woman an orgasm with maximum pleasure and minimum fuss! All you have to do is.....
Watch the video below then click the link beneath it!
It's not hard to make a woman come - but you have to know a few basic points, and this video is a useful introduction.
After you've watched the video, find out EXACTLY how to give a woman an orgasm more powerful than anything she's ever had before simply by clicking the link underneath the video. Or you can check out the information in the right hand column of this page.
Here's the video! Remember, when you've watched it, click the link below the video.
Seven Tips On How To Make A Woman Come
And here's a bit of fun - How to Fake An Orgasm Video - "Advice" For Women
Knowing How To Give A Woman Pleasure Is Vital!
Believe it or not, about 1 woman in 10 has never had an orgasm during either masturbation or partnered sex - an amazing statistic.
But happily, it is possible for a woman to learn how to have orgasms, and for a man to learn how to give an orgasm to a woman - indeed, that is what this website is all about.
Orgasms Are Needed For Good Health!
Now, if you're a man, and you want to know how to give this orgasmic pleasure to a woman, please just watch the video in the right hand column >>>>
If you're a woman, and a bit confused about how to have an orgasm, read on below.
The first step is to understand exactly how the female body behaves on the way to orgasm.
You see, there's a blend of tension and relaxation during sexual arousal for a woman, and this blend helps her to achieve an orgasm.
You often read that an orgasm releases lost of bodily tension which builds up during sexual arousal.
That's true, but a woman also needs to know how to balance muscular tension with adequate relaxation.
And sometimes the relaxation is more about her mental attitude than her physical state.
Advice For Women On Reaching Orgasm
Secrets Just For You, Men:
How To Give Any Woman A Massive Orgasm!
Men - These Are The Sort Of Orgasms That Will Blow Any Woman Away!
G Spot Squirting Orgasms.
And you can give them to her! Click the play button below to see a video of what female ejaculation can look like in real life.
You can bring any woman to an orgasm like this.
Wanna Know How?
Simple: Just Watch The Video Below
In the video below, you'll discover how to make a woman come more powerfully than she ever came before.
Simply click the Play Button below and discover the secrets of taking a woman to orgasmic bliss.
This video shows you in a simple, clear and detailed way how to give a woman a powerful orgasm - taking her to the heights of sexual pleasure.
And after she's had an experience like this, she's going to be devoted to the man who gave it to her (that's you!)
Every time you make love, it will be as fresh, exciting and powerful as the first time....
Jason Julius, the guy who has come up with this simple formula for making a woman come, uses a model to show you how to achieve spectacular sexual success for yourself and your partner!
When you've finished watching, you'll know how to pleasure and stimulate a woman in the most intense way possible, giving her an intense and long-lasting climax....
And what's in it for you? A happy partner, a great relationship, and some of the best sex you'll ever have, because these orgasms will make your woman so aroused that sex becomes something beyond your wildest dreams.
Act now, because pleasure is waiting for you just around the corner.... Jason Julius's video is utterly unique, and the information he presents is not available anywhere else.
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Clitoral and vaginal orgasm
There hasn't been much scientific research done on the concept of clitoral versus vaginal orgasm.
It's interesting that the latter report was the result of a British study, because there's something profoundly shadowy in the British culture about sexuality in general, and women's sexuality in particular.
An example of this is the widespread denial that the G spot exists: rather than accept the anecdotal evidence that has accumulated on the Internet - let alone in scientific research - it's easier to start from a place of denial and say that the G spot's existence can only be proven by research.
Yet there are hundreds of thousands of women who are squirting away all the time - you can read about their experiences all over the net. And their men are having the wildest time because they know how to take a woman to orgasm.
These women know it isn't urine they ejaculate, and they know how intensely pleasurable a squirting orgasm is. In fact, it's normal!
And their male partners are delighted by it....
So Why Is Female Ejaculation So Often Denied?
The shadow, the hidden bit of what's not being said, is the denial of the sheer power of female sexuality.
When you think about it, the way we look at female sexuality in society may be a major reason why so many women find it hard to reach orgasm.
After all, all women are anatomically equipped with the same sexual organs, nervous system, and potential sexual responsiveness. But not all reach orgasm easily.
So perhaps a woman who has difficulty being orgasmic or ejaculating in adult life is experiencing that difficulty because of psychological, emotional, social or cultural influences.
These can range from sexual abuse in childhood to the damaging influence of the media -- which presents women both as sexual objects, and as sexual failures if they do not achieve orgasm on a regular basis.
The reality, as most of us are aware, is that the frequency with which women reach orgasm is probably much lower than society as a whole tends to believe.
One thing we can state with absolute certainty is that the percentage of women achieving orgasm during sexual intercourse without additional clitoral stimulation is very low (around 15% or less).
And we know why this is: it's because the clitoris does not receive much stimulation during the act of penetration and thrusting.
Unless a man knows how to make a woman come, is aware how to give a woman an orgasm, she's not likely to experience an orgasm during intercourse.
Which brings us on to the next question - how many women are squirters?
The answer's not easy to find - but let's say a substantial minority (reference).
However, the point is, ALL women CAN do it - they just need the technique. And the confidence. And the support of their partner. That's what the video above will give you - and her.
What If A Man Can't Give A Woman An Orgasm?
Some couples overcome this difficulty by providing extra stimulation to the clitoris during intercourse, and that's a very satisfactory route for a couple to enjoy the pleasure of orgasm while the man is still inside the woman.
The woman who thinks she is anorgasmic simply because she cannot have an orgasm during sexual intercourse is being misled by either a patriarchal perception of female sexuality, or by her faulty beliefs.
In fact there's nothing unusual about not reaching orgasm during intercourse -- in fact it's the usual outcome for women. Only 15% of women or fewer come to climax during intercourse form thrusting alone.
So how is it then, that some women claim to be able to reach orgasm during intercourse on a regular basis?
The first and obvious answer is that they use additional clitoral stimulation.
The second possibility is that they find a position for sexual intercourse where the thrusting of the male partner pulls on the clitoris -- this is likely to happen, or at least more likely to happen, if a woman has long labia. Or if her clitoris is nearer her vagina than on average.
And the third possibility is that they climax through vaginal thrusting because the man's penis is stimulating the woman's G spot.
I believe the G spot actually exists. It's true there are plenty of women who deny they have a G spot.
But it's also true that there are plenty of women who have gone through a process of awakening their G spot and becoming sexually sensitive in this area. You can read about them here.
And in truth, the man who wants to give his woman an orgasm need not know anything about the G spot if he doesn't wish to find out about it, for the clitoris alone is a powerful route to sexual pleasure for a woman....
Even So, G Spot Orgasms Feel Great!
Deborah Sundahl, who more than anybody else has explored the nature and possibility of G spot orgasm in her books, has written eloquently of the nature of G spot orgasm.
It seems that when a woman is truly open at all levels to her sexual partner her mind and body behave in a different way.
Deborah has explained how the innervation of the area of the G spot is different to the innervation of the clitoris. This supports the possibility of G spot orgasm being something different to the clitoral orgasm.
And if stimulating the G spot does indeed stimulate different nerves, then it's likely that a G spot orgasm, or at having an orgasm in which G spot stimulation is involved, is going to be a different experience to an orgasm achieved by stimulation of the clitoris alone.
A lot of people believe the G spot needs to be "sensitized" before a woman becomes sexually responsive to G spot stimulation.
I've heard many, many stories of women who have learned, through taking Tantric sex courses, or through the loving attention of a partner with whom they felt completely safe, that G spot sensitivity can increase over time.
But what does increasing the sensitivity of the G spot actually mean?
It means something like becoming more aware of it as a source of sexual pleasure, and it might even mean training the nerves and tissues of the area to become sexually responsive to stimulation of the right kind.
This is clearly where a woman's partner has a role to play in giving a woman an orgasm.
It also takes a particular state of arousal for a woman to respond to G spot stimulation and get to orgasm.
It isn't just a matter of being well lubricated, although this is part of the story. It's more about how a woman's emotional responses to her sexual partner can help drive her bodily sexual responses.
But most of all it appears to mean a woman opening up psychologically and emotionally to her lover; opening her heart to him and perhaps even exposing the depths of her feminine vulnerability to him.
It's my experience that vaginal lubrication follows sexual desire and arousal, but the swelling of the G spot from its usual, slightly ribbed feeling into a tumescent, smooth, engorged area of tissue only takes place when a woman is freely feeling very loving towards her partner and she feels his love in return. (Or is it a matter of respect or trust rather than love?)
When she's achieved this state of arousal, a man with a finger on her G spot can produce very different sensations to those from a finger on her clitoris alone.
It's much more of a whole body sensation, which won't surprise anybody who's studied Tantric sex, where the G spot is the gateway to allowing sexual energy to flow all round the body.
And he will find he knows how to give his woman an orgasm easily.
Discovering the G spot, responding to it, and finding the effects that it has a woman's emotional state, her sexual energy, and her overall sense of well-being, is part of the journey of developing sexuality that every woman must take during her life: it's just that some women don't get past the starting gate.
However, if you trawl the further reaches of the Internet, particularly if you have an interest in female ejaculation, you'll come across many video clips which suggest that the level of stimulation required to take a woman into an ecstatic orgasmic state through stimulating the G spot inside her vagina alone is extremely high.
And while there's little doubt from watching these video clips that the women are receiving massive stimulation, but the level of pleasure they get is more questionable....
This stimulation, usually delivered with a finger or two, or sometimes by means of a machine like the Sybian - click here - orgasm machine for women, is so vigorous both in terms of pressure and speed that it looks almost unpleasant.
Science Comes To The Rescue -
July 29 2015