4 Explosive Orgasmic Spots to Make HER Suffer From Premature Ejaculation
Do you know how to give your woman an intense orgasm? Do you know what buttons to push? If your woman lasts longer than you in bed, you can stimulate her orgasmic spots to make her suffer from premature ejaculation, but a mutual understanding between partners should be considered to attain the proper timing to reach orgasm. There are two major types of orgasm in women. These are the vaginal and the clitoral orgasms. Women can achieve orgasm if these parts are stimulated properly. However, the clitoris when stimulated can bring arousal easily and fast. Thus, by masturbation women can achieve orgasm even without a partner. In a sexual intercourse, many women are not able to achieve climax due to men being unaware that clitoral stimulation will help maintain sexual arousal and achieve orgasm.
The Hot Spots
The vaginal ‘Hot Spots’ include the surrounding inner labia and the clitoris, the U-spot, the G-spot and the A-spot. The clitoris and the U-spot are located outside the vagina, while the G-spot and the A-spot inside the vagina.
Of all of the hotspots of the female genitalia the clit or clitoris is the most popular. It is located just above the vulva, around where the inner labia meet at the upper ends. You will be able to see it as a small, eraser-sized button, which is essentially the equivalent to the head of a man’s penis only much smaller, and it is partially cloaked by the protective hood. It can be easily stimulated during intercourse by a simple touch, causing a lot of excitement, since many women do not reach orgasm through vaginal penetration alone, locating and stimulating the clit is a good idea.
This spot is the small bunch of sensitive tissues grouped right above and at either side of the lady’s urethral opening. This spot is less well known than the clitoris, being that, it is a spot that has been discovered only recently by American sex specialists. This spot responds well to the tongue, the finger, or the tip of a penis.
The Grafenberg Spot
The G-Spot as it is known today is a very tiny and extremely sensitive spot located about 2-3 inches inside the vagina, on the front or upper wall. According to Ernst Gräfenberg, German scientist who became famous for his studies of woman’s genitalia, and human female sexual physiology this raised patch of nerves is ‘a primary erotic zone, perhaps more important than the clitoris’.
The A-Spot, Anterior Fornix Erogenous Zone or AFE-zone
Also called the Epicenter is a very sensitive patch of erogenous tissue located in the inner end of a woman’s vaginal tube just between her cervix and her bladder, with the technical description of being known as the ‘female degenerated prostate’.
Do Not Start Fast
Imagine if your lover were to begin foreplay with a tight grip on your penis and a high speed masturbating motion, you would probably feel that she was not spending any time building up to it, but expecting instant action. You’ll feel terrible!
You want her to touch you gently in the first couple of minutes and slowly build up the speed of her strokes. That’s the same way you want to treat her. Actually that’s the only way to treat the female body to achieve high arousal and a satisfying orgasm.
Explore the various arousal spots, be gentle and bring her to a fevered pitch before you move on to intercourse. You won’t regret spending the extra time when she explodes around your penis in a mind blowing orgasm. So be gentle in the beginning and reap the wild rewards later!
This was found at advanceyoursexlife.com