1. Direct clitoral stimulation is not for everyone. Not everyone likes when this delicate organ is pulled like a call button. For some, it is so hypersensitive that the sensations when touched are unbearably strong. Others, on the contrary, need just such stimulation. It is better to ask how a particular woman likes it more.
  2. It is better to stimulate several erogenous zones at the same time. Let him insert his fingers into the vagina while caressing you with his tongue, or start stroking your nipples.
  3. The clitoris is not the only part of the external genitalia that is worth taking care of. The area around and below it, large and small lips also respond to tongue caresses. After all, a man would also prefer that you caress not only the head of his penis.
  4. When he does it in such a way that you can see that he really wants to do it, the effect of caresses is a hundred times stronger. Enthusiasm is the key to orgasm.
  5. You can use the entire tongue, not just the tip, and even its lower part, to diversify the sensations and direction.
  6. When a woman begins to experience an orgasm – do not stop. Let him continue, unless the partner herself asks to stop. At this point, you can hold her hips while continuing to rotate your tongue around the vulva and working with your fingers.
  7. If a woman takes a long time to experience an orgasm, or she is multi-orgasmic and just once is not enough for her, her partner’s mouth can get tired, and it makes sense to switch from time to time to caresses with hands to give her lips and tongue a rest.
  8. There is no such universal scheme that would delight anyone. And if a guy is used to the fact that it is enough to draw circles with his tongue so that his previous partner is in seventh heaven with a buzz, then this does not mean that this should work on all his next girls. We are not made to look like a carbon copy, so only with the help of experiments and discussion you can find out what this woman will like.

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