Saturday, March 4, 2017

Four places not to touch during sex!

Many men are not aware that , the fact that a woman has agreed to have sex does not mean you can run your fingers all over her body indiscriminately .
Sex experts say there are a few parts of her body you shouldn ’ t attempt to touch at all .
Here are four such spots …

Her cervix . If you reach her cervix during sex , recognise that something is wrong . Remember, this is the narrow canal that connects the vagina to the uterus — where babies grow. That isn’ t a place you want to go ; so , don’ t knock on the door. For starters , it’ s painful for her to have something rammed against her cervix, and it could be a sign that you need to shift for a position with shallower penetration . But it could also mean that she isn’ t warmed up enough. Her uterus will actually “ lift” upwards when she’ s sexually aroused , making her vaginal cavity a few inches deeper than when she isn’ t turned on . So , don’ t skimp on foreplay, and don’ t service her cervix.

The head of her clitoris . This might seem counter-intuitive , but the clitoris — which is full of super sensitive nerve endings — can sometimes feel too intense when it’ s stimulated directly . Touching the clitoris head - on , especially if she ’ s really aroused , can feel too severe . Think about that feeling when you gulp an ice-cold beverage and your teeth start to tingle — it’ s just not pleasant . Instead, try going for the shaft of her clitoris or rubbing circles around it , which will engage the nerve endings without overstimulating her. We won ’ t tell you to never touch her there , but it ’ s worth checking in with your partner to see if she has a sensitive C - spot.

Her feet. Especially if she’ s wearing socks. A study from Johns Hopkins University showed that wearing socks during sex can increase orgasm potential for both men and women. One potential reason : In order to orgasm, women need to be totally relaxed and anxiety- free , and cold feet can interfere with their ability to really get into sex .

Her anus . Don’ t touch her anus unless you ’ re fully lubricated ! Anal play can take plenty of warming up , but even when she ’ s totally aroused and ready to get it on , nothing should go in there without a generous helping of lubricant . The anal opening is small enough that even a finger can feel uncomfortable. A study from the Journal of Sexual Medicine found that women rate their sexual satisfaction much higher when lubrication is involved.

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