How do I massage a womans clit right?

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What is the best way to massage a womans clitoris? I know many women are very sensitive down there in that region and I'm just curious how majority of women like to be aroused down south.

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Experience_1
Experience_1 / Woman / Likes Men / Single

You should start by finding the spot, which is above her ureatha.You need to spread her labia and find the bump, you are there.
The three important actions on your part are lubrication,lightly contact with your fingers and move in a circle or in a wipeing motion. She will let you know if you have hit the (clit)spot, if not ask her and dont be shy about it.
You will keep pressure on it but not moving fast, just firm movement, by this time she will be moaning and getting wet from her vaginal hole. You can use this fluid for lube or your saliva. When she starts to move her hips forward and back you almost have her near the Big O. When she has a O, she should moan or scream at this time stop and dont touch her. Let her enjoy the moment.Use your tongue next, but use a sheild if she is sexually active. You dont go down if someone else has been around that mound. BE SAFE.

about 5 years ago
Zennsketch
Zennsketch / Woman / Likes Men / Single

Are you asking about a specific woman that you're intimate with? If so, the best way for you to find out is to ASK her. Not over dinner or something...but when you're fooling around and getting into heavy petting, just ask softly how she likes to be touched. Tell her you want to make her feel good, you want her to take your hand and show you how she likes it. The more feedback you allow her to give you, the better it will be for both of you.

As for in general, I really don't recommend following anything that Experience1 states below, as it really isn't good advice at all.

Also, if a woman is having an orgasm (yes, you can type orgasm ..it's not a bad word), the LAST thing you want to do is STOP touching her. A female orgasm can last up anywhere between 10-60 seconds or more in some rare cases. If you bring her to the edge and then stop your manipulation of her clit just as she begins to cum, you're going to ruin it for her.

Lubrication is also a key factor. It's a good rule of thumb to get slippery, and then do a oval like rotation with a gentle to medium touch, on the horizontal (side to side) over the clit and surrounding area.

But honestly the best way to do this would be to talk to the woman you're with, and have her show/tell you what she likes best. No two women are the same, and we definitely have our own preferences when it comes to this.

Good luck!

almost 5 years ago
Dan
Dan / Woman / Likes Men / Single

I agree with Zennsketch in the sense that the best way to find out is to ask. However, some guys feel really uncomfortable doing that, because they don't want the woman to think they're inexperienced. Some women also don't like it when the guy asks. I've met plenty of girls who have told me that they want a man who knows what he's doing; they don't want to have to explain anything.

almost 5 years ago
Zennsketch
Zennsketch / Woman / Likes Men / Single

Honestly if a man isn't comfortable with asking, he's not ready to have sex with that person anyway.

And if a woman isn't comfortable with explaining or showing, she shouldn't be having sex with that person yet anyway.

If you want meaningless sex, it really doesn't matter as you're just wanting to get your rocks off and then be done. But if you are asking because you're in a relationship...follow my advice in the answer :)

almost 5 years ago
Xnh
Xnh / Woman / Likes Men / Single

I've tried on several woman to make them squirt, and I am usually unsuccessful. However I saw this adult video where a guy shows how easy it is to make her squirt, I've attempted it and succeeded on a couple of the girls I've been with. Check it out. xsandhoes.com/every-girl-can-squirt
if she doesnt squirt, it will be an intense orgasm.

almost 5 years ago
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