Recently, I told you about something called the "Golden Trio" of female orgasms, which is the winning trifecta of deep kissing, manual genital stimulation, and oral sex, that (theoretically) gets her off every. single. time.
And now, I need you to know that pleasing a woman and getting her to orgasm more than once isn’t rocket science, even if it seems like it is. Really -- it definitely requires some skill and know-how, but it's totally not as hard as you're probably anticipating it to be.
All you need to do is follow this step-by-step guide put together by Men's Health, and you, too, can make your special lady friend orgasm over and over and over again.
1. Build Sexual Tension.
There are few things hotter than sexual tension, so why not take advantage of it?
"You want her to retain her feelings of overall arousal when her body starts to relax after having the first orgasm,” says Amie Harwick, author of The New Sex Bible for Women.
That said, tease, tease, tease. “Text her a sexy message in the morning, cop a feel under the table at dinner, and indulge in some PDA. By the time you get to bed, she should be extra, er, hungry for sex,” Men’s Health says.
2. Focus on her other erogenous zones
“After she climaxes, give her clitoris a short break—it becomes super sensitive for many women immediately after sex,” says Ian Kerner, Ph.D., author of She Comes First: The Thinking Man’s Guide to Pleasuring a Woman.
During that little break, focus on her other erogenous zones, as you can see on this handy topographical map of the most sensitive parts on the human body.
3. Get handsy
“After a woman has an orgasm, the blood that rushes to her genitals during sex lingers, making it easier for her to climax again,” Kerner says.
And so, you should encourage that blood to do its duty by arousing her like crazy with some dirty talk, by saying something, like: “That was so hot—I need you again!”
Then, you should touch and tease her, because women love that. “Start with a light touch. Try lightly circling your finger or tongue over her clitoris slowly, and then work up to more extreme stimulation with an increasingly faster pace, more pressure, and intensity until she's ready to go again.”
4. Try something new
Sure, you can stick to what worked the first time, but switching it up and trying something new is always a good idea. Why? Because of dopamine, the brain’s feel-good hormone.
Dopamine is what controls the reward and pleasure center of your brain, and your brain gets to enjoy a nice dopamine cocktail when you have novel experiences.
That said, when you try a new sex move, she’s going to come faster and harder. Everyone wins!
H/T: Men's Health