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Learn How To Stimulate Her Genitals

Learn How To Stimulate Her Genitals

(Sex Anatomy Lesson) Homologous Genitalia

We are only experiencing a fraction of our pleasure potential.

Here is where to get the orgasm training information and videos that would be MOST helpful in showing you how to stimulate every part of a woman’s genitals.

Read this to learn more about what you can do to stimulate all of your and your lover’s erectile tissue to feel more orgasmic sensation.

This article is of utmost importance if you have any trouble reaching orgasm.

I wrote this especially for women who tell me that they “take too long” to come and get frustrated.

There is GREAT news. You can read this to find out how to feel more sensation to help you achieve orgasms more easily.

GET BELOW THE SURFACE

The clitoris and the penis have an incredible structure of erectile tissue that extends deeply INSIDE the body. The clitoris and the shaft and glans of the penis are just the tip of the iceberg.

The more you understand how to stimulate the internal erectile tissue, not just the tip of the genitals, the more pleasure and sensation and genital health and harmony you will experience.

In my favorite book of 2015,  Come As You Are: The Surprising New Science That Will Transform Your Sex Life, Dr. Emily Nagoski explains how everyone’s sex organs start out the same until the fetus is six weeks old. Then hormones cause us to become male or female.

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*CREDIT: COME AS YOU ARE

We have the same parts organized in different ways.

We all start out in the womb with the same parts. Each part of our external sex organs are “homologous.” That means they are similar in position, structure, and evolutionary origin but not necessarily in function.

Our Top 4 Homologous Sex Organs

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BURIED TREASURES!

Our Top 4 Homologous Sex Organs

1. Female Clitoris and Male Penis

The clitoris is composed of three chambers which extend deep into the body: a pair of legs (crura) that extend deep within the tissue of the vulva, and the bulbs of the vestibule.

The penis is composed of three chambers which extend deep into the body: a pair of cavernous bodies (corpora cavernosa) and a spongy body (corpus spongiosum).

Female Crura = Male Corpora Cavernosa

Female Bulbs of the Vestibule = Male Corpus Spongiosum

BONUS: Go here to see 4 Incredible Hand Moves That Bring Pleasure To His Buried Cock
BONUS: Go here to see How To Find and Stroke Her Vestibular Bulbs

2. Female Labia Majora (outer lips with the pubic hair) and Male Scrotum (balls)

Note: The scrotal raphe is that seam running up a man’s balls that would have split into labia if he was a she.

This is also why men have nipples even though women are the ones who use them to breastfeed.

3. Female Clitoral Hood and Male Foreskin

If you know how good it feels to get the hood of your clitoris stimulated you feel extra sorry for men whose parents have amputated their foreskins (circumcised them).

4. Female Fourchette and Male Frenulum

The Fourchette is where the labia minora meet at the bottom of the vaginal opening, near the perineum. The labia minora goes from the clitorial hood all the way down to the Fourchette. This feels sensational to be licked and stroked on a woman. It will get plump with engorgement from stimulation. Most men love their frenulum licked during oral sex too. Don’t miss these wonderful parts!

THE KEY TAKEAWAY

The key take away here is that we are only experiencing a fraction of our pleasure potential.

Our sex organs have a tremendous amount of erectile tissue buried up inside our bodies. We need to play with the buried cock, find the crura of the clitoris, massage the vestibular bulbs…

If you’ve been clit-centric or just playing with the head and shaft of your or his cock, start your exploration.

Here is where to get the orgasm training information and videos that would be MOST helpful in showing you how to stimulate every part of a woman’s genitals.

Grab your copy of Come As You Are: The Surprising New Science That Will Transform Your Sex Life, by Dr. Emily Nagosaki.

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9 Comments

  1. My penis when erect is 5.75 and no girth what’s up with that? I know enough in bed to satisfie any woman but would like some girth a least.

    • Rene,
      It is what it is. Learn to use it well. And get good with your hands and tongue too.
      Love,
      Susan

  2. I love to make sex.

  3. I love to make anal sex.

    • Uh, thanks for sharing.

  4. Very well researched….It is a piece of education for both male & female…..

  5. susan your very knowledgeable and have the sex appeal of a movie star i love the way
    your express your sexuality as a woman very refreshing

    brent perth
    australia

    • Thank you, Brent! Your kind compliment empowers me to do even more.

  6. It is very ibformative to me .. Thank you ..

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