How to Give Your Woman an Orgasm from Clitoral Stimulation

I’m Jason Julius, sex coach and the creator of a video training series called The Female Orgasm Blueprint.

In today’s video I’m going to discuss how to give your woman an orgasm from clitoral stimulation.

The clitoris is a super sensitive part of a woman’s genitals with over 8,000 nerve endings.

That’s more than any other part of the human body.

Because the clitoris has so many nerve endings, it is very sensitive to touch, pressure and temperature. Only very light pressure is needed to stimulate it.

It’s also very important that your nails are well trimmed before you attempt to stimulate a woman in any way. Rough nails or unkempt hands are not going to feel good to her.

The clitoral head is going to be covered by the clitoral hood, which works as a protective sheath so a woman is not experiencing stimulation all day long. However, you can either stimulate the clitoral head indirectly by stimulating the clitoral hood or by directly going right at the clitoral head.

If you pull back the clitoral hood you will expose the clitoral head. As a woman begins to become aroused, the clitoris will begin to fill with blood and become erect just like a man’s penis. Each woman’s clitoris can vary in size greatly, with some being as small as a pea and others being as large as a pearl. There is no “normal” size. It’s very important to make sure she is fully aroused before you begin stimulation. Tease her by not directly going in for clitoral stimulation right away.

Once she’s fully aroused now’s it’s time to begin stimulation.

For a lot of women the most sensitive part of their clitoris is a little off center.

Imagine looking at a woman’s clitoris from between her legs. The top of the clitoris would be at 12 o’clock. At around the 11 o’clock position or the 1 o’clock position is where the clitoral head is going to be most sensitive, however every woman is going to be different so you’ll need to experiment to find out where your woman likes it.

For this particular technique start at the bottom of the clitoris and stroke up toward the top with your finger.

If you focus your stimulation around this 11 o’clock or 1 o’clock area of the clitoris you’ll start to induce an orgasm within a few minutes.

Experiment with different amounts of pressure and speed of strokes, but only light touch should be used to start off.

As your woman begins to experience orgasm contractions, instruct her to breathe deeply. This will help her relax and enjoy the experience to the fullest.

What Is a Female Orgasm – Jason Julius Sex Expert

Hi, Jason Julius here. Today I’m answering the question, what is a female orgasm?

In a clinical context a female orgasm is most often defined as muscular contractions during sexual activity. During a female orgasm you will see a change in heart rate, blood pressure, and often respiration rate and depth.

Put simply, a female orgasm is the euphoric feeling a woman will experience after a certain threshold of sexual pleasure has been crossed.

The euphoric feeling that accompanies a female orgasm can last for seconds to minutes or even longer.

A female orgasm can also be a great pain killer. Some women who suffer from arthritis have reported feeling no pain immediately after an orgasm.

The period after a female orgasm occurs is a very relaxing experience. Female orgasms are also known to release the hormone oxytocin, which is the hormone responsible for bonding in humans. This is why it’s commonly referred to as the “love hormone.”

A woman can experience an orgasm from many different types of stimulation, but the most common ways are from direct clitoris stimulation and direct G-spot stimulation.

Generally speaking, a G-spot orgasm feels better and is more of a full-body experience for the woman involved.

To watch a live video demonstration of how to stimulate the G-spot to give a woman an orgasm, head over to my site OrgasmArts.com.

The Clitoris

The clitoris or what is sometimes referred to, as the clit for short, is very unique in that it’s the only part of the human body that’s sole purpose is for sexual pleasure. It even has a very close relationship to the male penis. During fetal development a fetus has what is called a phallus and if the fetus is a girl then the phallus turns into a clitoris and it it’s a boy the phallus turns into a penis.

With over 8,000 nerve endings located in just the clitoral head it can become very sensitive when aroused. If you know some basic clitoral stimulation techniques then you can bring a woman great pleasure, but if you don’t and you stimulate the clitoris in the wrong way it can actually become very uncomfortable for the woman and no one wants that. [Read more…]