Do you know where the g-spot is? You should! Find her sweet spot manually and she'll likely want to jump on your cock for more, so this is really a good thing to know. If your finger is inside a girl, the g-spot is your target. Because it stimulates her clitoris from the inside. Seriously, no gal past the age of fifteen should have to deal with some inept schmuck shoving a finger or two straight in and out of her pussy - it feels no better than being poked it the armpit. If your palm is facing her tummy and pubic bone, your finger s should go in and curve up, back toward your palm. From here, you don't move in and out, but rather keep your finger in and move it up and down. Imagine you have a little creature in the palm of your hand.
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Perched atop the labia minora, its sole purpose and function is sexual pleasure. It has more nerve endings than the penis, and—although affected by conditions that reduce blood supply—it can retain sensitivity as you age. Most of the clitoris is out of sight, extending deep within and around your vagina and labia. Unlike the penis, the clitoris can orgasm repeatedly without a refactory rest period.
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There are so many parts and structures that make up the female sexual and reproductive anatomy, so you get a pass if you aren't deeply familiar with each and every one. No, what you see on the outside is NOT your vagina. Despite popular use, vagina isn't a general word for the entire swath of bodily real estate below your hips and above your thighs. Vulva is the general term for the external parts of the female sexual anatomy. The vagina itself is a tube that connects the vulva to the cervix and uterus, and serves as the birth canal during labor and is where menstrual blood flows from during a period. The only part of the vagina you can actually see externally is the vaginal opening. The opening is the hole of which you have three, counting the opening of the urethra and the anus that you can see on the vulva, and is how you insert everything from tampons and menstrual cups to fingers and penises. You have two sets of labia.
Odds are not very much, even if you happen to fall into the half of the world's population who has one. As one of the most under-researched areas of anatomy, it's no surprise most people know little about it apart from its existence if that much. New York-based artist Sophia Wallace wants to challenge that with her new exhibition: Cliteracy - using street art, events, and video exhibitions to highlight the unsung clitoris. For example: did you know that it was only in that a research paper was published describing the internal structure of the clitoris essentially the moment of its scientific discovery , which can be up to 12 centimetres long? Or how about this one? The average time it takes a woman to come to orgasm when masturbating is only four minutes. Sounds like there's a lot we could learn about sex from such titbits, yes? After all, talking about the clitoris is frowned upon, as the supposedly superior "vaginal orgasm" is still trotted out to, ahem, separate the dilettantes from the 'real women'. Even in our supposedly orgasmically enlightened post- Sex And The City age, you've only to look at the design of the Rampant Rabbit to see that people are still paying more attention to that interior muscle wall called the vagina than the actual organ that brings pleasure. Give 'problem mothers' more birth control?