Is She Coming?
• An increase in the pace of her breathing
• An increase in body temperature and heart rate
• A high state of tension in her muscles
The best way to tell if a woman is pretending to cum is recognising the real thing. Signs of arousal become visible throughout the process of sexual response, particularly during the pre-orgasm phase.
So what are these signs? How can you tell when she’s close to orgasm? Here are some indications of female arousal:
“Her hands are hot and her abdomen warm, and at the same time her language becomes almost unintelligible. Her expression looks as though she is bewitched, her body is soft as jelly and her limbs are droopy. The saliva under her tongue has been sucked dry.”
You may not notice if “the saliva under her tongue has been sucked dry.” Here are some more indicators:
• A tightening of the abdominal muscles
• A throbbing of her PC muscles and a general “bearing down” on the pelvic area
As she releases sexual tension through orgasm, her vagina and uterus will contract, on average, 10 to 15 times, with each contraction lasting approximately 8/10ths of a second.
Her rectal sphincter contracts anywhere from two to five times, as well. Attendant to these genital and rectal contractions is the tensing and releasing, in spasm, of many of the muscles throughout her body, including arms, legs, neck, and face. Even her toes will bend and arch forward.
While many women can duplicate the characteristics of orgasm, including the contractions of the PC muscles, it’s unlikely she could manufacture 8 to 10 of these contractions in less than 20 seconds, especially in combination with all the other visible characteristics.
Are you feeling her vaginal muscles contract? Well then, more likely than not, your partner is reaching her climactic level in the fornication department.
If she begins squeezing and then releasing her PC muscles, it’s because you’re hitting that spot that she loves so much…so keep doing it!
Another way to be sure is to wait until you feel her get extremely wet. Squeezing the muscles may mean she’s about to orgasm.
Unless you continue to excite her, she may not reach that climactic finale she wants so desperately to attain. If she begins to juice, well then gentlemen, we have a winner!
The liquid may or may not “flow out”. A small percentage of women, during orgasm, will experience what is called female ejaculation.
During female ejaculation, fluid is expelled from the urethra. This fluid is not to be mistaken for urine because it is made from a different substance.
The majority of women, however, will not experience this. They will merely experience an increase in vaginal lubrication, which can still be just as intense for them. But every man can hope for an ejaculator!
On occasion, women who reach climax get hardened nipples. If she happens to have hard nipples all the time, well then, better luck next time. For the rest of you though, hardened nipples are a dead giveaway that a woman is reaching her pleasure peak.
Obviously, her breasts swell when she gets excited because of the blood rush throughout her body. Her nipples, on the other hand, are a different story.
Although it has not been proven scientifically, some women claim their nipples harden only when they reach their climax.
I’m Certain She’s Coming
She’s Coming Again
How can you tell when she’s close to orgasm?
As she releases sexual tension through orgasm,
her vagina and uterus will contract, on average,
10 to 15 times, with each contraction lasting
approximately 8/10ths of a second.
Her rectal sphincter contracts anywhere from two
to five times, as well. As well as these genital
and rectal contractions is the tensing and releasing,
in spasm, of many of the muscles throughout her body,
including arms, legs, neck, and face.
Even her toes will bend and arch forwards.
Is This Possible?
I wonder if vibrators can have an unintended side effect? Often, after a woman starts using a vibrator, foreplay and intercourse won’t stimulate the clitoris as intensely as the vibrator does.