Any help would be great!
Posted Fri Apr 27, 2007 10:18 PM
Posted Fri Apr 27, 2007 11:38 PM
Posted Sat Apr 28, 2007 01:19 AM
Posted Sat Apr 28, 2007 02:51 AM
Make sure there's plenty of saliva and plenty of foreplay before hand.
Hope i helped a little
Posted Sat Apr 28, 2007 08:40 AM
It would be nice if you wrapped it up as a pretty present and told her she can't open it until she's alone and ready for bed. (I'm assuming you don't live together.)
She can experiment with it and explore, without feeling embarassed or nervous. If you get a smaller one, it won't make much noise, so she won't have to worry about family members hearing it.
Let her explore some websites that teach female anatomy and orgasms.
Here is a good one...
Some women experience orgasm as a single event. Most women have the potential to become multi-orgasmic, experiencing a succession of orgasms during an episode of sexual play. Some women rarely experience orgasm, or may never do so. If you are one of these women, try not to think of yourself as "non-orgasmic." Rather, try to think of yourself as "pre-orgasmic," as a woman whose range of sexual pleasures could be enhanced.
Find out what you enjoy, what sensations give you the most satisfaction, and devote time to cultivating these experiences. Feeling a sense of trust and safety with your own bodily pleasures (and with the behaviors of your partner) is often necessary for orgasm, which usually requires a "letting go" of conscious control over bodily excitement. Out of anxiety, some women unconsciously prevent their orgasms, or lessen their intensity, sometimes by "holding their breath" and blocking the potentially pleasurable flow of energy through the body.
Discovering what you like, and giving pleasure to yourself, is the best way to start enriching your sexual life. Don't be shy about using sex toys such as vibrators. They are a wonderful way to learn about your body and your erotic preferences. Consult a clinical sexologist if you feel the need for help in overcoming obstacles to your pleasure.
Remember, no one can tell you how to have an your orgasm. The way you will experience the best pleasure is the way that is right for you. Orgasmic pleasure is just for you. Start by finding it for yourself. Later you can always share your joys with a partner of your choice.
And most importantly; DON'T think that it has anything to do with your manliness or ability!! Some women just don't get off from a man's stimulation. For some, the only way to have an orgasm is to stimulate themselves while they are with you. If you make her feel ''pressured'' to cum for you, it could result in her faking an orgasm, just to protect your manhood and to make you stop trying. You don't want that!
Posted Tue May 01, 2007 12:12 AM
Posted Tue May 01, 2007 07:33 PM