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Learning how her body works- the key to her pleasure

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Learning how her body works- the key to her pleasure

“Love ain’t nothing but sex misspelled”- Harlan Ellison

You know how the say that knowledge is power? It’s the same with sex. As long as you’ve done your homework correctly, you have nothing to fear about. Knowing how the female body functions (especially the intimate areas), you’ll know exactly which trick to pull out of your sleeve and when.

If you think that learning anatomy details is redundant, you’d better think again. Learning about the Mount of Venus, for example, which is just as sensitive and worth stimulating as the clitoris, will give you more to work on the next time you’re treating your girlfriend with her most treasured gift: oral sex.

The vulva. The vulva refers to all the external genitalia: Mons Venus, small and large lips, and clitoris. Anatomically, it also includes the vestibule, the urethra, the vaginal opening, the hymen and Bartholin’s glands, but you won’t be dealing with these, at least not when it comes to cunnilingus, so there’s no need to go into further detail about them.

The Mount of Venus. This region, named after Venus, the Goddess of love, is the pad of fatty tissue and thick skin that covers the lowest area of a woman’s abdomen. The Mount of Venus lies just below the pubic bone and above the labia majora. It serves as a “cushion” to absorb the impact between man and woman during intercourse. Its many nerve endings make it very sensitive to touch. Stimulating this area can be for many women as enjoyable as stimulating the clitoris. On your way down to her vagina, stop on this particular region to trace thin lines with your fingers. Keep doing that even when you’re busy licking her labia.

The labia majora. These are the most external genitalia of women. They consist of two folds of skin, made of adipose tissue, and measuring 7-8 cm in length. Full of glands and nerve endings, the two lips come together, covering the labia minora and the clitoris. During sexual arousal, blood flow in the vessels causes them to swell and grow apart from each other, thus exposing the vaginal opening in order to facilitate penetration. This phenomenon is more marked among women who had a child. On the other hand, after menopause, the labia lose the bulk of adipose tissue that gave them shape, and they do not swell as much as before. When performing oral, it’s good to start with them. Don’t be afraid to kiss them and set them apart with your tongue, when you want to reach to the labia minora and the clitoris, which are more valuable in terms of how much pleasure they can cause.

The labia minora. Also called “the nymphs”, they surround the entrance (or vestibule) of the vagina. They are, in fact, a part of the vaginal opening; they close and protect it, just as much as they close and protect the clitoris. With no fat cells, they are thinner than the outer labia, but have many nerve endings that make them more sensitive to touch. Under the effect of excitement, the small blood vessels that crisscross the spongy tissue make them change color: they then pass from pale pink to bright red or amber (a clear sign of the odds of reaching orgasm). Simultaneously, they also become larger because of the influx of blood which makes them swell. After orgasm, both large and small lips quickly resume their normal size and shape. If you have problems figuring out if she did have an orgasm or not, now you know what clues to look for. When she pushes you away, claiming she peaked, look at her inner lips, if they aren’t brownish red, she was probably faking it.

The clitoris: a miniature penis? Located at the top of the vulva, this erectile organ has many nerve endings.
Like the penis, the clitoris has an inner and an outer part. It consists of a root (tiny button at the bottom), and a body- the shaft (usually covered by the labia minora), both made of erectile tissue, similar to the penis. His many nerve endings make it particularly sensitive. When he is sexually stimulated, he is erect, but still not as rigid as the penis. The root and the shaft become engorged with blood, increasing volume, and causing the clitoris to stand and become very sensitive to touch. The root may even double in diameter. But the size of the clitoris is not necessarily proportional to the degree of excitement. Be very gentle and always remember that when it comes to this particular area, less is the new more!

Have a gorgeous week,

Gabrielle Moore

P.S. If there’s anything else you’d like to know about the mechanics of her private parts, ask me in the comments section!

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14 Comments

  1. adrian

    April 15, 2011 at 3:57 am

    I have a problem holding on, despite my best efforts. Any new tips?

  2. Bill

    April 15, 2011 at 5:06 am

    I became aware of my wife’s “tolerance” for sex several years ago. She would sigh and say ‘OK’ somewhat begrudingly, which frustrated the living shit out of me! This led me do the same things I was doing before, only harder. One day I realized that perhaps this was exactly the WRONG thing to be doing! I stumbled onto Gabrielle’s website and started reading what she had to say and put into practice her recommendations. I can honestly say that without a doub, this was the best thing that I could have ever done for our sex life! Her articles effected a change in the way I approached sex and pleasing my wife and I can say that she is not sure what happened but has told me that she actually enjoys sex SO MUCH MORE than she has in a very long time that she sometimes suspects that I have been ‘practicing’ without her. This is something that she has always told me, without a doubt was cause for seperation and/or worse, but now jokingly(?) tells me that wherever I am learning this stuff is “OK” because it is pleasing in ways that she never even imagined she was capable of feeling! I now know without a doubt whether she is ‘connected’ or is merely playing along and how to get her into the zone where she completely lets herself go and enjoy the act and activity. When she becomes involved in the act it is absolutely, without a doubt, hands down , the best sexual experience I have ever had, EVERY TIME!!! and now she is never the least bit hesitant or reluctant to having sex, anywhere! Multiple times, seven days a week for more than 2 months (my cock was so raw, I had to take a break to recover!) even then I didn’t stop pleasing her digitally and orally! I can now tell easily when she is really into it and when she isn’t ( and know how to refocus her into the act) that she is now comfortable initiating sex because she knows that she WILL reach orgasm both first and again later ( and sometimes even later and later again, It is up to her how many times!) This is without a doubt, the best sex I have EVER had in my entire life! I am 50+ and knew plenty of wild women in my late teenage years and early twenties! Gabrielle’s tips and advice is abolutely the best you will ever find. However, it is not merely a ‘recipe’ for great sex, it is a method that you must fully accept and adopt physically, mentally and spiritually in order to reap the most benefits! Trust me. First I did the physical things with a very positive affect. But I wanted more, so I started to practice the more ‘esoteric’ things, and I’ll be dammned if our satisfaction with our sex life didn’t increase exponentially (increased 1000%)! Seriously, try it, I mean really commit to it, and see if you can prove me wrong. I doubt it!

  3. Shari

    April 15, 2011 at 5:22 am

    I don’t think most guys really get that the womans clit is as important to her orgasms as his cock is to his orgasms. I hope this article helps the men who read it understand a little better.

    No one would ever expect a man to cum if his cock wasn’t being stimulated and yet everyone expects women to cum without her clit being stimulated. If she doesn’t something must be “wrong” with her.

    I’ve talked about this with many of my friends over the years and no one has had very many orgasms from penetration alone, some haven’t ever had one. Most of us require direct clitoral stimulation.

  4. gunsi

    April 15, 2011 at 5:33 am

    Thank you for all the information about sex. Most of the things are very valuable and scientific.Once again thank you.
    I’m 50 years and find it very difficult to get a erection, but most of the time watching real life sex clips i get a strong erection to masturbate.Is it because of my diabetic life or any other contributory factor?
    Thank you very much and seeking an advice.

  5. Lucus

    April 15, 2011 at 9:10 am

    well i have learnt a lot, thank you verymuch. I’ve got one thing i don’t understand, to stimulate her breasts. can u advise please…thank you

  6. Sammy

    April 15, 2011 at 10:55 am

    Please advice how I can really satisfy my wife, because she is NEVER in the mood for sex-which is very strange!

  7. Keegan

    April 15, 2011 at 12:48 pm

    hello Gabrielle, I would like to gain knowledge about the big bump located inside her vagina and it’s at the front wall further up pass the G spot. I’ve always been wondering what could this be but when I stimulate it she gets really turned on.

  8. john

    April 16, 2011 at 1:08 am

    hi gabrielle i would like to know why after stimulating a womans g spot a couple of mins. she wants to pull away from me like she doesnt enjoy it or crosses her legs and wants me to stop.. please answer..

  9. Razaul Karim

    April 16, 2011 at 1:18 am

    Thank you very much to familiar with the female body parts. But i have never seen these parts. so how can i know what is the name of which parts. Please give some information.

  10. Mario

    April 16, 2011 at 1:43 am

    Thank you Grabrielle. I also wish to you a great night and an explendid weekend. The todays article is very interesting. In terms of women body I also should paraphrase Sócrates: the only thing I know is that I know nothing! In terms of foreplay I was considering the body of a woman as a kind of a fire made from wood. Sometimes it is necessary more time to obtain the fire others not. Now, after your teaching, I am discovering that the woman body is also something like a Treasury Map which must be studied and comprehended to obtain the maximum pleasure for both. Congratulations and Best Regards.

  11. kkk

    April 16, 2011 at 7:56 am

    what about hymen,blood and pain during first time sex.is every girl or woman has
    hymen,blook and pain ..
    pls show video

  12. Haposan

    April 16, 2011 at 12:52 pm

    Gabrielle, only 1 question, in 16 yo marrying, i never heard mya wife ask me for making love… why?
    Nice to meet you

  13. Q

    April 20, 2011 at 1:18 am

    you should provide a diagram or picture!

  14. qj

    April 21, 2011 at 12:05 pm

    Gabrielle, my girl friend dont like sex what wy i can use to agee and give hime education for sex and to fuck every time but some time i discharge hearly

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