This is How You Should Move Your Body to Reach Vaginal Climax

How You Should Move Your Body to Reach Vaginal Climax
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There is a reason why the tortoise beat the hare and won the race. He understood the power of pace and patience. It’s easy for us ladies to get frustrated when we’re not reaching orgasm, and especially not vaginal orgasm, as quickly as we’d like to with our partner. Our guy is able to finish in record time while we’re still trying to get ourselves fully in the zone. (Another emphasis on why foreplay is so important.)

The orgasm gap, as it’s commonly referred to, exists because men and women are programmed differently when it comes to reaching orgasm. Men typically climax pretty quickly and their pacing as they near the finish line becomes faster and faster to send them over the edge. But what about us? How do we get ourselves in the race? 

First, we shouldn’t lay the blame solely on our partner. Sometimes we may be dealing with a selfish lover, however, that is not what we’re talking about here. What we’re referring to is the importance of controlling the pace at which we move in order to get our guy to stimulate our G-spot so we can achieve the elusive vaginal orgasm.

When it comes to vaginal orgasm, slow and steady is the best way. Find your rhythm and get your partner to adapt to what you’re doing with your body. But first, take the time to explore and know your body in order to understand its reactions and why it does what it does. Many women have figured out their clitoris. In order to achieve vaginal orgasm, you have to find and activate your G-spot.

In our masterclass Ladies Come First, we’ll show you how to move your body in ways that not only help you reach that tricky vaginal orgasm, but will also bring your partner immense pleasure.

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