The vaginal orgasm is a highly coveted thing. Women have a deep desire to feel a vaginal orgasm, especially if they have never felt one before. Men have an urgent wish to be that guy who can give his woman her first vaginal orgasm.
Unfortunately, according to recent statistics, the majority of women go to their grave without ever experiencing a vaginal orgasm at all. This experience is so non typical that some so called "experts" (many of which probably rarely explore sex themselves) make irresponsible claims that the vaginal orgasm does not even exist and that it is the same as a clitoral orgasm!
Still, ask any woman who has had one, or any man who has seen a woman's intense reaction from a good vaginal orgasm, and they'll be quick to disagree with what the phony sexperts claim.
Indeed, the vaginal orgasm is completely real, and in this article, I'm going to tell you about a little technique which you can use to give a woman an orgasm.
I do not take credit for this method, but I've used it and it works! This technique is pioneered by THE man when it comes to giving women great sex, David Shade. If you haven't already, click that link, watch his free video, and claim your free CD packed full of sex advice. That man can teach you how to give women orgasms like you never imagined.
Easy Method for Giving Women a Vaginal Orgasm
The technique is to stimulate a little known area which David Shade refers to as "The Deep Spot." This is not to be confused with the g-spot, which has become a notorious section of a woman's vagina. No, the deep spot is an entirely different beast altogether.
In reality, the deep spot is actually called the "cavity of the cervix", and oh boy does it cause intense reactions in women. In fact, over the years, I've learned that for many women, this is the only surefire way to make them have their first vaginal orgasm (when done properly).
The deep spot is very far back in the vagina. Before trying this technique, make sure that your woman is adequately aroused, comfortable, and lubricated (either with her natural juices or with a product such as Astroglide). Orgasms are mental, and she has to be properly aroused for this to work.
You're going to want to slide your middle finger (one finger is recommended, for maximum length) just about as far as it can go (be careful not to poke her cervix if she is shallow, because that hurts).
In the entrance of the vagina, there is usually a "spongy" texture. As you get further back and arrive at the "deep spot zone", the vagina becomes smooth and firm.
Go for it. Firmly stroke this area in a "come hither" manner, as if you were beckoning for somebody to come to you (curl your finger). Try not to vary the speed of your motion too much, you want a little consistency.
It won't take too long before your woman experiences a very powerful vaginal orgasm. Want to know something great? You can usually sustain this orgasm for a prolonged period of time by simply continuing your motion while she comes. The first time I tried this method, she was literally flopping and flailing around the bed like a fish (but in pleasure), with me chasing her around trying to sustain her orgasm!
After she was done, she kissed me passionately and whispered in my ear "I'll do ANYTHING you want me to. Just name it!"
Why Use Your Finger? What About Vaginal Orgasms During Intercourse?
Your middle finger allows you a certain amount of percision and control that is not afforded to your penis. Stimulating this area in that manner basically FORCES your woman to have a vaginal orgasm, because it triggers a muscular reaction!
Unfortunately, your penis can not hit this area in the right way consistently. However, that doesn't mean that this method is only good for fingering.
You see, the more often a woman has vaginal orgasms, the more likely she is to have them in the future! By giving her her first, second, and third vaginal orgasms, you basically turn on a switch that makes her more and more likely to have one during intercourse, which is where the real gold mine lies.
Most women do not come during intercourse without clitoral stimulation, which is a shame because there is nothing quite like being locked in a woman's embrace while you are between her legs and she is at the peak of Mount Everest in terms of pleasure.
Why Not Just Use the Clitoris?
A clitoral orgasm feels spectacular to a woman. The problem with clitoral orgasms are twofold, though.
First of all, almost every woman has already experienced a clitoral orgasm and does so on a regular basis, whether through masturbation or oral sex. You don't exactly set yourself apart as a special guy by giving her clitoral orgasms alone.
Second of all, while the clitoris is very sensitive and provides a powerful sensation, a clitoral orgasm is also short lived and ultimately not as fulfilling as a vaginal orgasm.
To make matters worse, the clitoris typically becomes so sensitive that it can not easily be used to achieve multiple orgasms, while there is not really a limit to the vaginal orgasm.
This is the easiest method that I know of to make the average woman have a vaginal orgasm, even if she has never had one before. Read it, remember it, and put it to use!
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