She presses herself against the wall and slides
down so her buttocks touch the hardwood floor.
Without her fingers leaving her clitoris,
she spreads her legs wide and cries out as
the previous tweak turns into an intensified jolt.
She’s so wet now, worried about leaving
a mark on the floor. So what if I do,
she thought, continuing to rub herself.
Her two fingers pressing down harder, yet another
cry from her lips. Her eyes become glazed and her vision
starts blurring. Wow. That didn’t take long.
She starts letting go of the tension and submits her
body to the glorious orgasm begging to be released.
Taking Care of Your Pussy
Pubic hair is not just a biological accident forcing us
to the waxing salon. It serves three critical functions.
First, it protects the delicate vagina.
Second, it serves as a reproductive billboard
to alert potential mates that you are biologically
(if not emotionally) prepared to procreate.
And last, it’s a pheromone carpet and traps
the scents that lead potential mates to the
promised land. So you might think twice before
you shave it all off. It’s there for a reason.
There are 8000 nerve endings in the clitoris,
dedicated exclusively to female pleasure.
The penis only has 4000. Who says God
didn’t take care of us girls?
The average vagina is 3-4 inches long, but fear not
if your guy is hung like a horse. The vagina can expand
by 200% when sexually aroused, kind of like a balloon.
Remember, the vagina was made to birth
babies, so it’s exceedingly elastic.
The word “vagina” comes from the Latin root meaning
“sheath for a sword,” which may explain why some
women simply hate the word.
If you don’t like the word “vagina,” pick your own name
for your girly parts. Just call it something.
Remember, the vagina is the birth canal, not the
outer parts, the ones you can see. These are the
labia. The most accurate term for the ‘package’
is the reproductive systemCall it the cunt.
Only about 30% of women have
orgasms from intercourse alone.
The clitoris is where the action is. Most women who do orgasm during sex have figured out how to hit their sweet spot, either from positioning or from direct stimulation of the clitoris with fingers.
Increasing evidence suggests that the G-spot feels good because it lies right over a deep part of the clitoris. Although experts describe the G-spot as being inside the vagina on the anterior wall, just under the urethra, the crura of the clitoris actually runs right there.
A recent study demonstrated that vaginal orgasms may actually be deep clitoral orgasms. But who cares? An orgasm is an orgasm. Appreciate it, regardless of where it comes from.