The Dynamic Clit

 

altDid you know that the clitoris (Clit) is the only organ in the human body that is designed purely for sexual pleasure? The clit is said to be just like the male penis. It contains 8,000 nerve fibres and is very sensitive. During sexual excitement, the clit swells with blood (much like the penis) and become firm and aroused.  Many women require  clitoral stimulation to get an orgasm. 

 

Where is the Clitoris?

It is not always easy to locate the clitoris. The clit is that small bump-like formation that is just above the opening of the vagina. Some women’s clitorises are very small and are hidden. There are some women whose clitoris cannot be seen or felt. However, in general the size of the clit can range between 1/8 and 3/8 inch.

 

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Stimulating the Clit

The key is actually finding it and as noted earlier, some are hard to find. If there is difficulty, consider talking ‘dirty’ to each other and getting her aroused. Once aroused, the clit becomes swollen and is easier to find. Once you find the clit, gently place your finger (ensure hands and nails are clean. Nails should not be sharp) just below or above it and begin making circular movements. Direct pressure on the clit can cause some discomfort and bruising. Be gentle. Use your imagination to make the encounter as enjoyable as possible - add lubricants and vibrators. Additionally you can use your mouth – the tongue is your best asset for licking. It is warm and has its own built in lubricant (saliva). You can also use your mouth to gently suck on the clit and when she is close to an orgasm, blow on it to heighten the excitement and prolong it.

 

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