Female Ejaculation

Alex Karydi's picture

How Wet Is Too Wet?

As much as I love learning about the topics that I write about, I always find myself getting into trouble for voicing the information in my habitual dry, crude, straight to the point kind of way. So, don’t think this will be any different, because when it comes to vagina’s well I am going to tell you like it is, plus I love trouble

Olga Wolstenholme's picture

Pelvic Floor Potential Defined

I wonder if I could get my ass sued if the authors from whom I reprint passages found their way to my site. Oh well, copyright infringement be damned, I’m doing it anyways! After all, it’s not like I’m making a profit here and if anything it actually promotes their work and might even encourage someone to buy themselves their own copy, righ? At least, that’s how I’m justifying it to myself.

With that in mind here’s another definition from the pages of The Encyclopedia of Erotic Wisdom: A Reference Guide to the Symbolism, Techniques, Rituals, Sacred Texts, Psychology, Anatomy, and History of Sexual.

Pelvic Floor Potential

“If the pelvic floor muscles are slack and you do not know how o use them, you are missing out on one whole aspect of sexual  experience.”

                               - Sheila Kitzinger, Woman’s Experience of Sex

Olga Wolstenholme's picture

Female Ejaculation Part 10: Additional Variables

It’s been a little while since I’ve done one of these, I thought this cold December day was as good a day as any other. I’m only half way through the book Female Ejaculation: Unleash the Ultimate G-Spot Orgasm and this is what the authors: Somraj Pokras and Dr. Jeffre Talltrees, had to say about adding some variables to the four basic strokes I talked about in the last post:

Keep in mind that you should always adjust pressure, speed and pattern when experimenting with these sexual practices.

Additional Variables

1. STOPPING: Yes, that’s right, I said stopping. Why would you want to stop something that feels so good? Well, for one you might be experiencing an intense amount of pleasure and you might want to be able to focus on it as it ripples through your body. It’s also a good technique to keep in mind if you’ve experienced too much too fast and you feel numbed out or in pain from too much pleasure. By the way, stopping doesn’t mean you should pull out, but that you simply discontinue any movement and hold your position before commencing again with the same movement or something different.

Olga Wolstenholme's picture

Female Ejaculation Part 9: Four Basic Strokes

Here are the four basic G-Spot stimulation strokes as outlined in Female Ejaculation: Unleash the Ultimate G-Spot Orgasm. Just remember that any G-Spot stimulation works best if the urethral sponge is engorged, which happens with sufficient arousal.

IN-AND-OUT: This is pretty basic stuff, basically you want to slowly insert a finger into your well lubricated and aroused vagina. Slowly work up to more than one finger or even your whole fist if you are so inclined. As your vagina opens itself up with further arousal you simply want to explore the depth of it with an in-and-out motion.

HOLDING: Holding can begin with a cupping of the vulva with the palm of your hand, and when combined with the in-and-out stroke refers to finding the engorged area of your urethral sponge and holding your finger (or fingers) on that spot. Depending on your level of relaxation, you might want to hold your G-Spot for ten to thirty seconds and wait for signs of relaxation and comfort before proceeding further.

cleofaye's picture

Female ejaculation, learning to love the squirt

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