Friday, August 10, 2012
Make a Woman Orgasm in 6 Simple Steps
1) Get her in the mood.
Most women view sex as both a physical and an emotional experience and are generally not as quickly aroused as men are. It is important that they don't feel like sex objects for male gratification. Take time to be considerate and let your partner know you really care about her. Female orgasm comes from the mind as much as the body.
2) Arouse her.
To arouse your partner, you need to have plenty of foreplay. Keep in mind there are many erogenous zones apart from the obvious ones. To give a couple of examples, 80% of women don't believe that their partners kiss them enough, so do it. Another great erogenous zone is the neck; kissing or nibbling it will drive your partner wild with desire. Another is her butt. What women doesn't feel self conscious about her behind? Show her you appreciate it by giving it some attention. All these gestures add up. There are many more erogenous zones that most men don't think about, so discover them.
3) Go down on her.
Women love the sensations of cunnilingus and can often orgasm from it easier than from sexual intercourse. Cunnilingus does not just mean a quick lick. It's a specific technique. Plenty of cunnilingus (10 - 15 minutes) will get your partner highly aroused and ready for penetration..
4) Take your time
Many women complain that their men climax too quickly. If that's you, then you need to slow down or vary the pace. Sex is not simply about orgasm for you. The build-up is pleasurable, and the climax will come eventually, so take your time to give your partner a chance to climax too. Don't leave her frustrated.
5) Breathe deeply and slowly.
Breathing deeply and slowly will help you prolong sex. You can also synchronize your breathing with your partner, which will be highly erotic for both of you and give the feeling of becoming "one" in sexual union together. This can make sex not only physcially satisfying, but also emotionally satisfying..
6) Focus on what you're doing.
Lose yourself in the act and use visualization. Imagine a warm glow, in the pelvic region going out to the extremities of the body. Doing this focuses your mind on one thing and one thing only: what you are doing. Visualization is used to achieve many things in life and can be used as a powerful tool in helping you bring your partner to orgasm.
Following the above six steps, and you will make your partner feel excited, wanted, and loved. You will both enjoy more satisfying sex, and satisfying sex makes both of you want more of it.
Did you know that only 25% of women achieve orgasm from sex? If you can't satisfy a woman in bed, what are the chances she'll BEG you to get naked? To discover the proven secrets to make her climax more often and with greater intensity, even if you don't have a big penis, a great body, and even if she's never had an orgasm before, click here.