How To Find The Clit

If you think that you will never know how to find the clit, think again. Once you know what you’re looking for and where to find it, you should have no problem at all. Having a sexual partner that allows you to explore her body is helpful, and the more comfortable you are with each other, the easier it will be to find the clit.

  1. Get to know female genitalia. The vulva is the outer area of female genitalia. The outer lips, or labia, cover the genitals. The inner labia cover the vagina and the clitoris, or clit. The lips will need to be opened to find the clit.
  2. Turn on the lights. It will be easier for you to find the clit in a well lit room. So take off the blankets and turn on the lights.
  3. Open her legs. The first step in actually finding the clit is to open her legs, and the wider you can open them, the better. Opening her legs will open the outer and inner lips, as well, but you might still need to gently spread the inner lips open with your fingers. The clit is located near the top of the opening of the inner lips. It’s a fairly large sexual organ, but only a small portion of it is outside the body.
  4. Arouse her through physical touch. The clit is by far the most sensitive area of the female genitalia. Touching and manipulating it can arouse your partner, but some women find this to be uncomfortable because of just how sensitive the clit is. To accomplish arousal, pay attention to your partner’s verbal and nonverbal cues. If you’re comfortable with each other, she may be able to tell you exactly what she likes. Once she’s aroused, her clit may become larger and darker with the increase in blood flow, making it easier to see.

Learning how to find and stimulate your partner’s clitoris will make sexual activity more pleasurable for both of you. The clit, after all, is the only organ on the body, both male and female, that’s sole function is to increase sexual pleasure and arousal.

 

 

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