Sexual Anatomy

This is what's going on on the inside

This is what's going on on the inside

This is the loveliness you'll see if you're lucky enough to get down there

This is the loveliness you'll see if you're lucky enough to get down there

 

For contrast —

Male Sexual Anatomy

All the nerve endings and sensitivity and capacity for pleasure and excitement that are in the penis are, in women, concentrated in the clitoris. The clitoris is on the outside AND the inside — notice the clitoral head (on the outside) and the clitoral crura (on the inside).
The intense concentration of nerve endings in the clitoral head (the clitoris on the outside) means — go easy! Some women like stroking upward on that clit but most seem to like stroking and pressure going downward. That way the clitoral hood isn’t pushed back exposing the super, super, super sensitive stuff to too much too soon. Some women can seem to build up to more pressure and touch as they get more aroused and closer to orgasm.
Listen to her breathing and her sounds. Try stroking upward and see what reaction you get. Then try stroking downward and see what reaction you get. An easy way to find out what works for her is to ask to watch her masturbate (this may take some trust and time — for some women it’s too private to share.)
About the “g-spot”: get there by inserting a finger into the vagina and then turning it toward the front of her body — kinda like “come here” (pun — get it?) Some researchers don’t think the “g-spot” is a real physiological thing but some women seem to experience something different (and intense) when this area is stimulated.
Some men call the prostate their “g-spot” and report incredibly intense sensation when their partner inserts a finger into their anus and does a similar “come here.” Maybe there’s something analogous here?

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