The Clitoris During Intercourse

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The way the clitoris reacts during intercourse has a great deal to do with how it was treated before intercourse started. If intercourse began without any prior stimulation to the clitoris, it will probably stay completely dormant during the whole action.

Generally the action of intercourse doesn’t bring any part of the man’s body well enough in contact with the clitoris that it creates enough stimulation to get anything more than mild interest.

In order for the clitoris to be an active participant in the intercourse, there needs to be a good bit of foreplay.

Gentle foreplay will cause the clitoris to engorge with blood and become much more sensitive.

With a very heightened amount of sensitivity, coupled with the retraction of the hood and the swollen nature of the clitoris itself after foreplay will ensure better contact with the man’s body and more possibility of enough stimulation to produce a build up of passion leading to a satisfying orgasm for the woman.

  • In order to engage the clitoris, it is a good idea to start with caressing of the woman’s other sensitive skin, such as her back, bottom, abdomen, thighs and breasts.
  • Caressing these areas will begin the stimulation of the clitoris.
  • Following this stimulation, it is a good idea to move to the hood of the clitoris before moving to the clitoris itself.

Build up of sensation needs to be slow and gentle if it is to be enjoyable.

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