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Read Your Partner’s Sensual Clues on Each Sex Stage

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Read Your Partner’s Sensual Clues on Each Sex Stage

“Two of the best things in life are laughing and orgasms. I want to make you do both a lot.”

You know that doing the deed produces warm, tingling sensations in both your body and that of your partner’s, yet there are some things happening to her that you’re probably not aware of. But clueing in on the less obvious indicators of the stage of arousal in your partner – excitement, plateau, orgasm, and resolution – can help you max out each one. By being familiar with how a woman’s body changes during sex, you’ll know what she needs to reach sexual satisfaction and orgasm.

Stage 1 – Excitement

This happens even after intercourse, the way you talk to her is when she starts responding to desire (which can be triggered by a subtle stroke or a dirty whisper). She doesn’t necessarily need physical stimulation to become aroused. But she needs to be physically and mentally turned on to progress through this phase.

Her nipples perk up. Blood flow increases the skin’s surface, causing the muscles surrounding her headlights to stiffen. As blood vessels swell, her areolae become darker and more responsive to stimulation. Caress and lick them to your heart’s desire.

Her genitals become engorged. The spike in blood flow also makes the clitoris larger, harder, and more sensitive. It’s the perfect time for you to give her oral or manual pleasure. Her vaginal walls engorge by 30 to 50 per cent, and the inner and outer vaginal lips swell.

Her body boosts lubrication. It’s important to realize that lubrication is to women what erections are for men. In response to arousal, her cervix and vaginal glands swell and secrete fluid to ease the pathway for your penis. If she becomes dry, touch her a little more to generate more lubrication.

She gets the “sex flush”. Thanks to increased blood flow to her head, her neck, chest and face may turn slightly red.

NOTE: If you wish to learn more about how to build excitement with your lover, here is a detailed guide created by my sexy friend Jess, more known as Jessica Lastimosa. On this guide of hers called “Speak to Spork Arousal”, she describes how to build sexual tension by just changing the way you speak. My husband has been practicing lately, and oh boy! there is something primal on my that has been turned on. Try it yourself, Click here to check her program “Speak to Spark Arousal” (This Program was NOT created by me) 

Stage 2 – Plateau

This is the peak of excitement, right before climax. At this point, you shouldn’t force an orgasm by pounding too much or at bigger speed. If you move excessively, her orgasm might slip away. Just relax, try to focus on both your pleasures and let it happen.

Her boobs get bigger. The boost in blood flow can cause her breasts to swell by as much as 25 per cent. They’re more sensitive, so you probably want to be gentle during this stage.

Her erogenous zones become super-sensitive. Increased blood flow makes body parts with more nerve endings (ears, breasts, the back of her neck) warm and tender, so stroke and kiss these spots in particular.

Her clitoris becomes erect. Right before orgasm, the clitoris is engorged more and retracts against the pubic bone. The top of the vagina expands by 10 per cent, and the uterus lifts a few millimeters to create room for your penis.

Her muscles tighten. Her body tenses, and her heart rate and blood pressure increase. More blood flow causes the lower third of the vagina to swell, and the PC muscles clench, shrinking the vaginal opening. You should enter her if you haven’t yet – you’ll both benefit from the tautness.

Stage 3 – Orgasm

The euphoria usually lasts less than a minute; then the tension that’s been building is released. To increase her chances at climaxing during intercourse, try to maintain clitoral stimulation – rub your pubic bone against her clitoris or have her get on top and stimulate her. Another turn-on trick: press the perineum – between the vagina and anus. It elevates the vaginal opening, allowing deeper penetration and more contact with the nerve-heavy top wall of the vagina.

She loses control of her senses. The sensations cause her to block out other senses, and her brain pretty much shuts down. Warmth spreads from her pelvis, the sex flush peaks, and her body takes over.

Her genital muscles contract. This puts pressure on both your penis and her G-spot. Muscles throughout her body tighten too. At the peak of orgasm, her body might become momentarily rigid. Her heart rate spikes, and her pulse may be twice as high as normal.

Stage 4 – Resolution

In the post-orgasm period, her body returns to its pre-aroused state.

She loosens up. All her muscles relax. Her breathing slows down, and her blood pressure decreases.

Her enlarged body parts shrink back down. Her breasts and genitals return to their normal size and color, and the sex flush disappears.

She’s hypersensitive. Genital touching may be uncomfortable, so bask in other sexual pleasure: stroke her back and tummy, rub scented oil on her, get a snack together or doze in each other’s arms until you’re ready for round two.

Hot kisses,

Gabrielle Moore

P.S. My husband has been practicing lately this “speaking” techniques created by my friend Jessica Lastimosa, and oh boy! there is something primal on my that has been turned on. Try it yourself, Click here to check her program “Speak to Spark Arousal” (This Program was NOT created by me, it was created by Jessica Lastimsa) 

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