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The Female Sexuality Explained

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Understanding Female Sexuality

The female sexuality and the female sexual anatomy is something that many men overlook at the time of learning more about female orgasms and how to become better lovers and avoid making mistakes in bed.

Most men are desperate to learn the techniques on how to give all kinds of orgasms. But before that, it’s very important to know the organs that compose the female sexual anatomy. You must know where they are exactly, and what functions they have.

Female sexuality and female orgasms are more complex than men’s sexuality, as most spots and organs are inside, and some of them we can’t even see with our eyes. You need to know how the system works before you start touching it. In this article I will explain you everything about the female sexuality.

The knowledge of the female sexual anatomy will give you a great advantage at the time of stimulating the different sensitive spots. The reason…because you will know what spots you are touching and what you are doing.

The female sexuality orgasms and sensitive spots are illustrated in the pictures below. One form the front view, and another from the side view:

female sexuality
female sexuality

The Clitoris

The clitoris is the magical key to female orgasms and oral sex pleasure. I would say it’s the most important spot in the female sexuality. The clitoris has over 8.000 nerve ending  concentrated in a very little spot called the head of the clitoris. These characteristics make the clitoris the most sensitive area in the female sexual anatomy.

The vast majority of woman masturbate by stimulating the clitoris that leads to a clitoris orgasm. Even though the clitoris is extremely sensitive, the clitoris orgasm is not the strongest or deepest orgasm a woman can have. This type of orgasm is not as intense if compared to g-spot orgasms or deep spot orgasms.

The clitoris is partly visible to the eye, and you can only see the clitoris head and the clitoris hood that protects it. But the larger parts of the clitoris are inside the female body and are part of the whole sexual anatomy. This clitoris article explains the clitoris anatomy in much more detail.

The Urethra

The urethra is not a sexual organ itself, it’s where urine comes out. But it’s also part of it as it is connected  to the whole sexual anatomy. The urethra is involved in the female ejaculation, because women ejaculate through it. Women don’t ejaculate through the vagina, opposite to what many people believe. The urethra opening is located below the clitoris and above the vagina. The urethral canal connects it to the bladder, where urine comes from.

The U-Spot

The U-Spot is located just above the urethra openning and below the clitoris. This spot is unknown to most men and women. But it’s a very sensitive spot that can be stimulated with the finger or with the tongue giving women incredible pleasure. Watch this u-spot video for more detail explanation of it.

The Vagina

The vagina is the muscular tubular conduct that connects the uterus and the vagina orifice. It also allows for sexual intercourse with penis penetration and childbirth.

Opposite to what many people may think, the whole vagina has less nerve endings than the tiny clitoris head itself. But the vagina has some very special sensitive spots that make it very important for female orgasms.

These sensitive spots are two: The G-Spot and The A-Spot (or Deep-Spot). Stimulating these 2 spots correctly will give women amazing deep orgasms that could lead to female ejaculation as well.

The G-Spot

The g-spot is the second magical spot in female sexuality. The correct stimulation of the g-spot can lead to deep vaginal g-spot orgasms and to female ejaculation. This type of orgasm is also known as the squirting orgasm.

The g-spot is located about 1,5 to 2 inches inside on the upper front wall of the vagina. It’s also is part of the urethral sponge, which is responsible for female ejaculation.

The g-spot is not visible to the eye, it has sort of like a wrinkled texture, and it swells when stimulated directly. The video below and this great article explain the g-spot orgasm  and anatomy in more detail:

Skene’s Glands

The skene’s glands are part of the urethral sponge, and are the equivalent to the female prostate. These glands create the female prosthetic fluid when the g-spot or a-spot are stimulated correctly. This type of stimulation can lead to female ejaculation at the time of orgasm.

The Urethral Sponge

The urethral sponge is a spongy tissue that is between the vagina and the urethra canal. This tissue contains the g-spot and the skene’s glands, which are all together responsible for female ejaculation.

This video explains the female ejaculation process in great detail:

The A-Spot

The A-spot, also called the Deep-Spot, lies in the deep end of the vagina, very close to the cervix. It’s a very sensitive spot divided in 2 areas. A correct stimulation of the A-Spot can lead to deep vaginal orgasms and female ejaculation as well.

One area is in the upper front wall of the vagina, just above the cervix. The other area is in the lower wall of the vagina, just below the cervix.  This A-Spot video explains in details how to find the A-Spot:

The Anus

The anus is also a very sensitive area of the female sexuality. Therefore, a correct stimulation of the anus area can lead to very deep orgasms. Opposite to what many people may believe, the anus has more nerve endings than the whole vagina. The potential pleasure of the anus is amazing.

The anus muscles and sphincter have involuntary contractions when a woman has an orgasm. This happens because the anus muscles connect to the female sexual organs. In fact the anus upper wall lies against the lower vaginal wall.

Many women refuse to have anal sex, because they erroneously believe it will hurt. Anal sex should never hurt if done correctly, and can lead to amazing deep orgasms. This article explains how to do anal sex correctly.

The PC Muscle And Pelvic Floor

The PC muscles and the pelvic floor are a group of muscles that interconnect the female sexual organs. They are not sexual organs, but they are responsible for a good muscle tone of the vagina and anus area.

Therefore, having the PC muscle in good tone, can help woman have better vaginal orgasms. Because they will be able to squeeze the vaginal walls and have stronger orgasm contractions. There are some exercises women can do to improve the pelvic floor muscle tone.

These exercises are the Kegel Exercises, and can help tremendously to achieve vaginal orgasms easier. The video below  explains how to do kegel exercises for men and women. Kegel exercises will help men last longer in bed.

In conclusion, it’s very important to know and understand female sexuality to be a good lover. Learn and know where all the female sexual organs are and how they work together.

Just a like a mechanic needs to know the parts of an engine and how they work together in order to fix it. Female sexuality wisdom is the first step to give amazing orgasms to any woman.

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