Masturbation Techniques for Women

How do women masturbate? Most women orgasm from stimulation
of the clitoris. Many others can only orgasm from vaginal
penetration or G-Spot stimulation.
Remember, there is no wrong or right way to masturbate,
everyone is different and we all respond differently.




First,
Relax as much as you can. Ensure your privacy; lock
your door, turn off the phone, make sure you are alone.
Find a comfortable position. Most women start out lying
on their backs, legs bent and spread apart, with feet on
the bed or floor. Remove some or all of your clothing; whatever
feels right for you.




2. Explore your body. Run your hands along all parts
of your body, lingering along areas that are more responsive
to touch than others. Many women have very sensitive nipples
and can orgasm from nipple stimulation alone. Look at your
genitals in a mirror if that is “your thing” --
if you feel shy about that -- that’s okay too. Caress
the different parts to see what feels extra good to you.
You'll know it when you find it. Touch your inner and outer
labia, your clitoris, your vagina and your perineum.



3. Touch. Using one or two fingers, rhythmically
stroke the different parts of your vulva, paying particular
attention to your clitoris and labia. Use your fingers to
pull your vulva apart and gently open your vagina. Experiment
with different types of pressure, speed and motion. Try
placing a finger on either side of the clitoris and stroking
up and down, or placing two fingers on the clitoral hood
and rubbing in a circular motion. Place a finger in your
vagina and experiment from there.




4. Experiment. Try different types of touch: stroke,
knead, pinch, or lightly pull your genitals and nipples.
Try using one or several fingers, or the palm of your hand.
You'll find out what you prefer.


5.
Fantasize. Recall an exciting previous sexual encounter
or focus on that guy you have a crush on. If you need some
extra help, look at a sexy magazine, think about your dream-date
or read an erotic story. Allow your mind to wander.



6. Build up. Learn to hold onto sexual excitement
by building up and then reducing or temporarily stopping
the stimulation. Pay attention to how your body is responding.
It will tell you the particular stroke that feels best and
when to pick up or slow down the tempo.




7. Breathing. Breathing is important to excitement.
Breathe deeply rather than hold your breath. This helps
release the sexual energy, rather than fight it. Rock your
pelvis as you would during intercourse. Rhythmically clench
and release your PC muscle (inserting a vibrator can help
too).



8. Going over the edge. If your hand gets tired,
give yourself a rest, switch hands, or try a vibrator. If
you're on the brink of orgasm, but can't quite get there,
try altering your breathing, or focusing on a really hot
fantasy. Give yourself extra stimulation: caress your nipples,
or try also thrusting your other fingers or a dildo in and
out of your vagina. (But, don't overdo it either).




9. Ride the wave and enjoy. As you begin to orgasm,
continue the stimulation lightly through the orgasm, or
stop if it feels like it's too intense. Lighten up on the
stimulation during the first extremely sensitive moments
but keep it going to enjoy those little pleasurable aftershocks.
Your first orgasm may feel like a blip or a blast, but the
more you practice, the more variety you will experience.



10. Don't worry. If you don't orgasm on your first
try. Keep practicing, or try some of the variations below.
Practice the breathing technique making sure you are breathing
from your belly, but don't pass out.


Practice,
practice, practice. With a bit of time you will orgasm!
If you are get sore, give yourself some time to heal.









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