By contrast, if you switch things up, you may find that her experience is more satisfying, since delaying her orgasm can make it stronger, says Brandon. So save your signature skills for the grand finale and experiment with these 16 ways to touch her vagina. When it comes to G-spot stimulation, most guys know one classic technique: Insert a finger inside her vagina, palm up, and use a come-hither movement to stimulate her. To wake up the region, use the heel of your hand to press downward on the mound, in the direction of her clitoris. That said, taking your time before touching her clit can do wonders for her arousal—so press her labia majora between your thumb and index finger, rubbing back and forth with a gentle massaging motion, then gently tug her lips upward. As tempting as it is to race to her clitoris, tease her a little before touching down.
The vagina is, of course, the correct word to describe female genitals. But while 'vagina' is the clinically correct term, squeamishness continues to surround the use of the word. In addition, discussion of genitals male or female is often considered racy or even obscene. Some of these terms are essentially euphemisms—terms that are considered to be acceptable even in the mainstream media. Others are childish or silly, while still others are degrading or even downright disgusting.
A strange tale of oral sex, a knife fight and the most unlikely of pregnancies recently brought to light by the blogosphere has doctors touting the triumphant persistence of sperm. In , a year-old girl living in the small southern African nation of Lesotho came to local doctors with all the symptoms of a woman in labor. But the doctors were quickly puzzled because, upon examination, she didn't have a vagina.
It can help with body image anxiety. Now, her latest work puts vulvas and vaginas in the spotlight thanks to her new book Womanhood: The Bare Reality and forthcoming Channel 4 documentary: Vaginas. And when women share intimate photos and deeply personal experiences relating to their vaginas, the result is a tender yet taboo-exploding message of women reclaiming their womanhood. I think a part of me was shying away from that intimacy because I would have to address my own related experiences.