Unfortunately, a woman is not a Playstation with clear buttons to push. No cross, circle, square or triangle to push in order to play with your woman. Also, there’s no clear ‘walk-through’ and there aren’t any cheats. But, lucky for you, there is NBRplaza, that tells you which spots there are to improve your chances on a multiple orgasm.
Women are gifted to experience an orgasm multiple times in a row. Just after an orgasm, they reach a so called plateau phase. They are close to an orgasm and are almost as aroused as just before the orgasm. Often, a woman wants you to stop playing with her clitoris, because it has become to sensitive. But if you wait for a few seconds and then continue, a second, third, or even an eighth orgasm can be achieved.
But there is more. Women have more places than her clitoris to help bring her to great heights. Do we her a “duh”? You are thinking nipples, earbuds, armpit, wrists, feet, forehead, lips, buttocks, neck and knee cavity. Yes, those too. But there is more. Even more? Yes, even more.
For some women the area around the pee hole is very sensitive. That spot is also called the U-spot (of urethra). It is hard to find, but if you stimulate it with your tongue or with a well lubricated finger, it can enhance arousal.
With men, both urine as sperm can come out of the urethra. Many people believe that with women, only pee comes out, but that is not the case. Some women can experience a very intense orgasm, that they feel like they are peeing. But in reality the woman squirts an alkaline liquid and ejaculates.
The perineum is the area between the anus and the genitals. For both men as women this is an area with many nerve endings. By caressing or licking that area, before or during an orgasm, your partner wouldn’t know what they are going through.
The A-spot, AFE-zone or Anterior Fornix Erogenous zone is the epicentre. It is a small piece of tissue in the deepest part of the vagina. It is extremely difficult to find, but if you can stimulatie it, an enormous orgasm is bound to happen. The good part is, that it will not be sensitive after an orgasm. The A-spot is located near the cervix. Even women that are very difficult to turn on, will get extremely wet if you stimulate them.
This place is called after Grafenberg ‘the explorer’, who claims he was the first to set foot in this area. It is a small piece of tissue that is about 5 to 8 centimeters in the vagina, on the side of the belly.. The tissue is similar to tissue that can also be found in the penis. If the woman is turned on, the G-spot will swell. Grafenberg says human beings seem to have forgotten that spot, because it is hardly stimulated in the missionary position. In other positions, a woman is more likely to experience an orgasm.
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