Sex works well in pairs, in threes, but also on its own. No matter who is involved and how you prefer it - the clitoris and its stimulation are a must for an orgasmic experience ! Today we want to talk about how to get the clitoris in the best mood and which techniques are the most fun.
The clitoris is the path to happiness, if happiness means orgasm in this case.
Hand stimulation is a pretty sure chance to climax.
There are different handles that you should know and that we don't want to withhold from you.
Table of contents
1. What is the clitoris and where is it located anyway?
The clitoris , also known as the clitoris, is a true pleasure center and should not be neglected during sex. Properly stimulated, the clitoris can set off a firework of clitoral orgasms. This organ has up to 8000 nerves - twice as many as in the penis. For this reason, the good piece is extremely sensitive .
Contrary to popular belief, the clitoris is not just a small pearl at the top of the converging labia. OH NO! The clitoris extends inside the vagina all the way to the G-spot.
Did you know : Many experts now assume that the clitoris at least plays a role in all orgasms. You can learn more about the clitoris here .
2. The right position
The "right" position for clitoral orgasm can vary from person to person as every body is unique and has individual preferences. However, there are some positions that are known to promote clitoral stimulation. Here are some popular positions:
1. Cowgirl position: In this position you have control over the movements and the pressure on your clitoris. You can either sit on your partner or prop yourself up with a pillow under your pelvis to change the angle and better reach the clitoris.
2. Leg contact missionary position: In the missionary position, you and your partner can adjust your legs so that they touch. This extra contact can allow for increased stimulation of the clitoris.
3. Doggy Style: In this position either your partner or you can stimulate the clitoris. You can either use your hand or include a sex toy to stimulate the clitoris during the act.
4. Spoon position: This position provides comfortable physical contact and allows your partner to stimulate your clitoris from behind. You can also use your hand to add extra stimulation.
3. The right technique
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The classic of masturbation is the ultimate in getting your clitoris in the mood.
Use two fingers to gently rub your clitoris from top to bottom and vice versa.
Tip: For better stimulation, you can vary the speed and roll, circle and tap your clitoris.
Place your thumb and forefinger on the clitoris and roll your fingers back and forth.
- Circles: Fingers on the clitoris and make gentle, circular movements - this will bring you to orgasm quickly.
- Tapping: Gently pull apart the labia and completely expose the clitoris. Gently tap the clitoris with one finger.
4. Six tips for coming
1. Discover your body
The first step towards intense clitoral stimulation is to explore your own body. Take time for yourself and discover what you like. Gently explore the outer areas of the clitoris and pay attention to the sensations you experience.
2. Use lubricant
Lubricants can be a helpful tool to make clitoral stimulation more comfortable and smooth. It can help reduce friction and allow for a comfortable glide. Choose a water-based lube that is free of irritating ingredients.
3. Rhythm and pressure vary
The clitoris is a very sensitive organ and each person has individual preferences when it comes to the rhythm and pressure of stimulation. Experiment with different movements - circular, up and down, or sideways - and vary the pressure to find what is most comfortable for you.
4. Combine different stimulation techniques
The clitoris can be stimulated in a number of ways, not only directly but also indirectly. You can stimulate the clitoris with your fingers, a vibrator, or other sex toys. Try different techniques like light touches, taps, or gentle tugs to see what you like best.
5. Expand the stimulation
Don't forget that the clitoris isn't just the visible little bump at the top. It also has internal structures that can be involved in stimulation. Gently stroke the surrounding areas of the clitoris, labia and vaginal area for more intense pleasure.
6. Relax and enjoy the moment
The most important tip is to relax and enjoy the moment. Clitoral orgasm can take some time and practice, so be patient with yourself. The key is to focus on your pleasure, without pressure or expectations. If you relax and listen to your body, you will be on your way to clitoral orgasm.
All in all, just be open to your own needs and experiment to find what works best for you.
Where is the clitoris?
The clitoris is located in the area of the vulva, more precisely at the upper end of the inner labia (labia minora). It is a highly sensitive and excitable organ and plays an important role in sexual arousal and pleasure. The clitoris has a small visible tip called the clitoral glans or clitoral head, located at the tip of the inner labia. The head of the clitoris is usually covered by a fold of skin called the clitoral hood. With sexual stimulation, the clitoris can dilate and enlarge because it is made up of an internal network of tissue and nerve endings.
Which position is best for clitoral orgasm?
Two recommendations: Cowgirl position: In this position, the partner can control the rhythm and intensity of the clitoral stimulation herself. She can either sit upright or lean slightly forward on her partner. Doggy Style: This position allows the partner to enter the vagina from behind and the female partner can use her hand to stimulate the clitoris or the partner can do so.
Can you only cum clitorally?
Yes, it is possible to achieve orgasm through clitoral stimulation alone. In fact, the clitoris is a highly sensitive region that serves as the primary source of sexual pleasure and orgasm for many women. A clitoral orgasm occurs when the clitoris is aroused through direct stimulation or indirect stimulation through friction, touch, or other sexual activity.