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Bringing her to climax takes more than jackhammering away at her, most women need manual or oral stimulation to get off, AskMen presents Marni, founder of the Wing Girl Method with these foreplay tips and techniques on how to properly finger a girl.
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this is so complex,. there should be provision for studying all these( women's sexual behavior, their hot spots, different sexual techniques , etc) offering proper degrees equivalent to BS , MS and PhD. this will solve all the problems.
This video is perhaps too specific I think, better to start with more general tips.
I have one tip that I think some men don't think about.
Men, you know how when you masturbate you don't actually slide your hand over your dick? But instead grab an area of skin and sort of move that skin up and down the underlying structure? But keeping the same area of contact?
Yeah, generally the same thing applies to women (If this is just something I've noticed but isn't true for everyone, fine, tell me), you can't just "rub" her clit or even her pussy unless she's already wet as fuck. That shit chafes, better to put your hands on an advantageous spot and rhythmically massage WITH the skin, applying pressure while doing so.
(also, how can people not find the clitoris, the thing is fucking obvious).
+Cristian Muñoz frist if u are younger than 15 dont do this(probably she is still young and is not ready for all that stuff)
fingering is gateway to sex so u dont need to convice ur gf
first she need to trust u that u wont go and tell all your friends and all taht shit (but dont say it directly ) she need to trust you
and first u must know she lets u touch her breast and ass,
just get in bad and slowly start turning her on
kiss in neck
touch her boobs and so on
and then when u start u can first finger her over her panties untill she get confortable
1st day u try just do in over panties
second day also
after some time when she is totaly ok about that start doing some next level stuff
and u should ask her from time to time durning this how is she felling
so she knows u care and dont want only sex,its all about brain
Whoever made up the "butterfly".....what the fuck? I have never heard of that move before. It sounds pretty stupid, and I don't see how it'd stimulate her well at all.
P.S. A tip they should include in here is to (and yes it sounds stupid but humor me) CLIP AND FILE YOUR NAILS. I got smacked once by a girl because one of my nails was uneven from being cut and had a piece sticking out and hurt her. Sacrifice a bit of your manliness and file those fuckers, your girl will thank you.
You Ladies Rock. I Am by Nature a rather Aggressive and Dominant Lover; but I would like Very much to surprise My Beautiful, awesome Wife by Giving Her a Wonderful experience and doing new things to spice it up in the bedroom. Your tips are invaluable and very much appreciated.
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