One sex technique that every guy should know is how to hit the G Spot from cowboy position. Clitoral orgasms are fantastic, but what if you could give your partner a more intense sort of pleasure? A G Spot orgasms is far more powerful, and, as a bonus, easier to attain during intercourse than clitoral orgasms.
Some positions make it easier for her to have a G Spot orgasm than others. Having the woman on top (also known as cowboy or cowgirl) is one of the best sexual positions to hit the G Spot. The angle is a good one for most women, and you have great access to her breasts and clitoris, so you can do more to make her feel great. However, even in ideal circumstances, you can't hit it if you don't know how. Here are a few tips to help you learn how to hit the G Spot from cowboy position.
- The G Spot is in the front wall of the vagina, about two to three inches in. It sits behind nearly a centimeter of vaginal tissue, so, direct and consistent stimulation is the way to go.
- This area is sensitive, so, don't go wildly pounding away. Light and gentle strokes are better.
The G Spot becomes engorged when she is extremely aroused. Make sure that you engage in lots of foreplay to make sure that she is going crazy.
Let her control speed and movement while having sex in cowboy position. Only she knows what sensations feel best.
For some women, a combination of clitoral and internal stimulation works best. Cowboy position gives you great access to the little man in the boat while you're getting it on.
Try these cowboy position G Spot techniques, and make sure you check back with her to see what gets her hot and what does not. Every woman is different, and communication in key.
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