ClitorisThe clitoris is a female sexual organ present in mammals. In humans, the visible button-like portion is near the front junction of the labia minora (inner lips), above the opening of the urethra. The tissue of the inner lips normally covers the shaft of the clitoris, which makes a hood, or prepuce, to protect it. The only directly visible part of the clitoris is the glans, which looks like a small, shiny button.The size and shape vary considerably among women. It can be seen by gently pushing back the skin of the clitoral hood. There is a high concentration of nerve endings in the clitoris and in the area immediately surrounding it.
How it functions sexually…
Physical sexual stimulation of the clitoris is the most common way for women to achieve orgasm; general statistics indicate that 70–80 percent of women require direct clitoral stimulation (consistent manual, oral or other concentrated friction against the external parts of the clitoris) to reach orgasm, though indirect clitoral stimulation (for example, via vaginal penetration) may also sufficiently achieve female orgasm. Immediately prior to the female orgasm, the clitoris becomes exceptionally engorged, causing the glans to appear to retract into the clitoral hood. This is thought to protect the sensitive glans during orgasm. However, there is some doubt that this is the case, since the same engorgement prior to orgasm occurs in the male homologous structure, the penis, the function of which is thought to be to extend the penis as close to the cervix as possible prior to ejaculation.
On your own or with a partner, rub and stroke along the labia minora. Underneath your lips there is erectile tissue that is connected to the clitoris. Arouse that area and wait until you can stand no more before going for gold with the clitoris. By doing this; you are allowing your clitoris to swell, the nerves to be more sensitive and therefore will receive greater pleasure.
VulvaThe vulva has many major and minor anatomical structures, including the labia majora, mons pubis, labia minora, clitoris, bulb of vestibule, vulval vestibule, greater and lesser vestibular glands, and the opening of the vagina. The vagina is a self-cleaning organ, sustaining healthy microbial flora that flow from the inside out; the vulva needs only simple washing to assure good vulvovaginal health, without recourse to any internal cleansing.
The vulva has a sexual function; these external organs are richly innervated and provide pleasure when properly stimulated. In various branches of art, the vulva has been depicted as the organ that has the power both to “give life” (often associated with the womb), and to give sexual pleasure to humankind
How it functions sexually…
Vaginal lubrication begins first. This is caused by vasocongestion of the vaginal walls. Increased blood pooling there causes moisture to seep from the walls. These droplets collect together and flow out of the vagina, moistening the vulva. The labia majora flatten and spread apart, and the clitoris and labia minoraincrease in size.
Unlike an average man, whose sexual excitement will cause an obvious erection, a woman experiencing arousal may not be aware that her vagina has produced lubrication and has been engorged with blood. Increased vasocongestion in the vagina causes it to swell, decreasing the size of the vaginal opening by about 30%. The clitoris becomes increasingly erect, and the glans moves towards the pubic bone, becoming concealed by the hood. The labia minora increase considerably in thickness, approximately 2–6 times, causing them to spread apart, displaying the vaginal opening. Rhythmic muscle contractions occur in the outer third of the vagina, as well as the uterus and anus. They occur initially at a rate of about one every 0.8 seconds, becoming less intense and more randomly spaced as the orgasm continues. An orgasm may have as few as one or as many as 15 or more contractions, depending on its intensity. Orgasm may be accompanied by female ejaculation, causing liquid from either the Skene’s gland or bladder to be expelled through the urethra.
Using temperature to stimulate the vulva can be extremely pleasurable, heat increases blood flow and sensitivity. Place a warm hand over the mound and allow for heat transfer. Stroke and softly rub the flesh, stimulating nerve endings below the surface.
Labia Majora, Labia MinoraThe mons pubis separates into two folds of skin called the labia majora, literally “major (or large) lips”. The cleft between the labia majora is called the pudendal cleft, or cleft of Venus, and it contains and protects the other, more delicate structures of the vulva. The labia majora meet again at a flat area between the pudendal cleft and the anus called the perineum. After the onset of puberty, the mons pubis and the labia majora become covered by pubic hair. This hair sometimes extends to the inner thighs and perineum, but the density, texture, color, and extent of pubic hair coverage vary considerably, due to both individual variation and cultural practices of hair modification or removal. The labia minora are two soft folds of skin within the labia majora. While labia minora translates as “minor (or small) lips”, often the “minora” are of considerable size, and may protrude outside the “majora”. Much of the variation among vulvas lies in the significant differences in the size, shape, and color of the labia minora.
The clitoris is located at the front of the vulva, where the labia minora meet.
How they function sexually…
Vaginal lubrication begins first. This is caused by vasocongestion of the vaginal walls. Increased blood pooling there causes moisture to seep from the walls. These droplets collect together and flow out of the vagina, moistening the vulva. The labia majora flatten and spread apart, and the clitoris and labia minora increase in size.
Unlike an average man, whose sexual excitement will cause an obvious erection, a woman experiencing arousal may not be aware that her vagina has produced lubrication and has been engorged with blood. The labia minora increase considerably in thickness, approximately 2–6 times, causing them to spread apart, displaying the vaginal opening. The labia minora sometimes change considerably in color, going from pink to red in lighter skinned women who have not borne a child, or red to dark red in those that have.
Not all women produce enough lubricant to make for a comfortable level of friction, using a light lubricant to ease the tension was work wonders and make for a smoother foreplay involving Labial Stimulation.
VaginaThe vagina (from Latin vāgīna, literally “sheath” or “scabbard”) is a fibromuscular tubular tract which is a sex organ and has two main functions; sexual intercourse and childbirth. In humans, this passage leads from the opening of the vulva to the uterus (womb), but the vaginal tract ends at the cervix. Unlike men, who have only one genital orifice, women have two, the urethra and the vagina. The vaginal opening is much larger than the urethral opening, and both openings are protected by the labia. The inner mould of the vagina has a foldy texture which can create friction for the penis during intercourse. During arousal, the vagina gets moist to facilitate the entrance of the penis.
How it functions sexually…
The concentration of the nerve endings that lie close to the entrance of a woman’s vagina (the lower third) can provide pleasurable sensation during sexual activity when stimulated in a way that the particular woman enjoys.
Masturbate. Close your eyes and softly find your way through the magical, amazing wonder that is YOUR vagina. Try penetration, try different sizes of sex toys, lubricant and stimulants. Know yourself and be confident and proud of what you enjoy, communicate it with your partner
G-SpotThe Gräfenberg Spot, often called the G-Spot, is defined as a bean-shaped area of the vagina. Some women report that it is an erogenous zone which, when stimulated, can lead to strong sexual arousal, powerful orgasms and female ejaculation. The G-Spot is typically described as being located one to three inches (2.5 to 7.6 cm) up the front (anterior) vaginal wall between the vaginal opening and the urethra and is a sensitive area that may be part of the female prostate.
Sexologists and other researchers are concerned that women may consider themselves to be dysfunctional if they do not experience the G-Spot, and emphasize that it is normal not to experience it.
How it functions sexually…
The location of the G-Spot is typically reported as being about 50 to 80 mm (2 to 3 in) inside the vagina, on the front wall. For some women, stimulating the area creates a more intense orgasm than clitoral stimulation. The G-Spot area has been described as needing direct stimulation, especially with firm moves and constant pressure as it is ~1 cm below the surface. Stimulating the area through sexual penetration, especially in the missionary position, is difficult to achieve because of the special angle at which penetration must occur. Women usually need direct clitoral stimulation to orgasm, and G-Spot stimulation may be best applied by using both manual stimulation and vaginal penetration.
Two primary methods have been used to define and locate the G-Spot as a sensitive area in the vagina:
- self-reported levels of arousal during stimulation
- stimulation of the G-Spot leads to female ejaculation
Studies using ultrasound have also been used to identify physiological differences between women and changes to the G-Spot region during sexual activity.One common sex toy used in G-Spot stimulation is the specially-designed G-Spot vibrator. This is a phallus-like vibrator that has a curved tip which attempts to make G-Spot stimulation easy.G-Spot vibrators are made from the same materials as regular vibrators, ranging from hard plastic, rubber, silicone, jelly, or any combination of them. The level of vaginal penetration when using a G-Spot vibrator depends on the woman because women’s physiology is not always the same. The effects of G-Spot stimulation when using the penis or a G-Spot vibrator may be enhanced by additionally stimulating other erogenous zones on a woman’s body, such as the clitoris or vulva as a whole. When using a G-Spot vibrator, this may be done by manually stimulating the clitoris, using the vibrator as a clitoral vibrator in addition to a G-Spot vibrator, or, if the vibrator is designed for it, by applying it so that it stimulates the head of the clitoris, rest of the vulva and the vagina simultaneously.
If the G-spot is to be found within the muscular tissue in the vaginal wall, you can’t be expected to find it if you are tense! Have a glass of wine, take a relaxing bath, heck- have a CLITORAL orgasm first to help relax (not to mention increase blood flow and sensitivity, making the G-spot swell)
Pelvic Muscles (PC Muscles)The pubococcygeus muscle or PC muscle is a hammock-like muscle, found in both sexes, that stretches from the pubic bone to the tail bone forming the floor of the pelvic cavity and supporting the pelvic organs. These are the muscles that are used during kegel exercises.
How they function sexually…
The muscles that are beneath the surface of the sexy fleshiness you got going on down below. They help control when you pee or poop (thank God man), in childbirth, and during sex (with the flexing and the squeezing).
These muscles are used during sex without our consciously knowing it; the flex to allow for penetration, and they contract during orgasm. The key to super amazing sex you control consciously is being aware and using these muscles. Cough. You just felt them tighten didn’t you? Now flex them without coughing. Now do that over and over again until you can feel all the places individually that they pull in, push out.
If you are having difficulty or just want to up your game, try BEN WA Balls, or Kegel Balls as they may be more commonly known. Wearing these balls will give you a sensation which forces your muscles to contract, giving you better insight to how exactly they work.
BreastsIn women, the breasts overlay the pectoralis major muscles and usually extend from the level of the second rib to the level of the sixth rib in the front of the human rib cage; thus, the breasts cover much of the chest area and the chest walls. As a mammary gland, the breast is an inhomogeneous anatomic structure composed of layers of different types of tissue, among which predominate two types, adipose tissue and glandular tissue, which affects the lactation functions of the breasts.
How they function sexually…
In some cultures breasts play a huge role in human sexual activity. Breasts and especially the nipple are one of a woman’s erogenous zones. They are sensitive to the touch as they have many nerve endings; and it is common to press or massage them with hands or orally before or during sexual activity. Some women can achieve an orgasm from such activities. Research has suggested that the sensations are genital orgasms caused by nipple stimulation, and may also be directly linked to “the genital area of the brain”. Sensation from the nipples travels to the same part of the brain as sensations from the vagina, clitoris and cervix. Nipple stimulation may trigger uterine contractions, which then produce a sensation in the genital area of the brain. In the ancient Indian work the Kama Sutra, light scratching of the breasts with nails and biting with teeth are considered erotic. During sexual arousal, breast size increases, venous patterns across the breasts become more visible, and nipples harden. Compared to other primates, human breasts are proportionately large throughout adult females’ lives. Some writers have suggested that they may have evolved as a visual signal of sexual maturity and fertility.
Many people regard the female human body, of which breasts are an important aspect, to be aesthetically pleasing, as well as erotic. Research conducted at the Victoria University of Wellington showed that breasts are often the first thing men look at, and for a longer time than other body parts. The writers of the study had initially speculated that the reason for this is due to endocrinology with larger breasts indicating higher levels of estrogen and a sign of greater fertility, but the researchers said that “Men may be looking more often at the breasts because they are simply aesthetically pleasing, regardless of the size.”
Many people regard bare female breasts to be erotic, and they can elicit heightened sexual desires in men in many cultures. Some people show a sexual interest in female breasts distinct from that of the person, which may be regarded as a breast fetish. While North American culture prefers breasts that are youthful and upright, some cultures venerate women with drooping breasts, indicating mothering and the wisdom of experience.
Remember that there is more to the breast than just the nipple and areola. Massage the entire breast; appreciate how perfect it is because it is yours/your partners. Sometimes we get caught up in image and social pressures and can forget to just appreciate how fantastic nature is. All those little nerve endings? Your super sexy nipples? Totally capable of extreme pleasure! If you are experiencing extreme sensitivity or the lack thereof, there are many balms and gels for increasing or decreasing sensitivity, and most of them taste fantastic!
AnusThe human anus (from Latin anūs meaning “ring”, “circle”) is the external opening of the rectum. Two sphincters control the exit of feces from the body during an act of defecation, which is the primary function of the anus. These are the internal anal sphincter and the external anal sphincter, which are circular muscles that normally maintain constriction of the orifice and which relaxes as required by normal physiological functioning. The inner sphincter is involuntary and the outer is voluntary.
With anal sex, the anus can play a role in sexuality. Attitudes towards anal sex vary and it is illegal in some countries. The anus is often considered a taboo part of the body, and it is known by a large number of usually vulgar slang terms.
The anus has a relatively high concentration of nerve endings and is an erogenous zone, which can make anal intercourse pleasurable for both the insertive partner and the receptive partner.
In addition to nerve endings, pleasure from anal intercourse occurs due to the shared wall between the anus and the prostate for males and vagina/G-Spot for females. This allows for indirect stimulation of the G-Spot or clitoral legs in women, and prostate in men.
How it functions sexually…
For a male penetrating his partner, the tightness of the anus can be a source of pleasure via the tactile pressure on the penis. Pleasure from the anus can also be achieved through anal masturbation, fingering, fisting, face sitting, anilingus, and other penetrative and non-penetrative acts. Anal stretching can stimulate the nerves around the anus and can be considered pleasurable. Care must be taken to maintain elasticity. Lubricant is widely regarded as a necessity while performing anal sex.
Take it easy, take it slow and work your way to a comfortable experience. Lubricant is an absolute must. Start by stimulating the anus externally; enjoy the pleasure derived from all those awesome nerve endings. If you are looking for penetration, start small and work your way up. If you are using an inanimate object, please make the effort to use a proper sex toy. Something with a base on it to ensure that it does not go somewhere a nurse will have to follow to get it back.
PerineumIn human anatomy, the perineum is a region of the body including the perianal body and surrounding structures. There is some variability in how the boundaries are defined, but the term generally includes the genitals and anus.It is an erogenous zone for both males and females.
How it functions sexually…
The perineum like just about everything below the belt is jam pack with nerve endings and muscles. Stroking, massaging, licking and even lightly tapping can be very pleasurable. Don’t neglect the t’aint!
If you and you partner have not yet experimented with anal, you may find that teasing this area is wonderfully arousing. Simply being left to guess how far they will go, or how far you will go could be enough to bring about those sexy taboo feelings!
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