Understanding Clitoris Stimulation
Proper Stimulation Delivers Orgasms
Although some of its aspects are still hotly debated, everyone agrees that the clitoris is a tremendous source of pleasure for women. Unfortunately, it rarely receives the attention that it deserves. Women often complain that men can’t find it, or, if they do, they don’t spend nearly enough time on it.
The Function of the Clitoris
Amazingly, the clitoris serves no other purpose than providing a woman with sexual pleasure. With more than eight thousand nerve fibres, It’s the only organ in the human body that exists solely for pleasure.
Simply put, the it was built for orgasms.
When a woman becomes sexually aroused, this organ fills with blood and increases in size just like a penis. After orgasm, which causes dispersal of the accumulated blood, it will return to its normal size. If the woman doesn’t have an orgasm, the blood may remain there for a few hours and cause discomfort.
Clitorial Sensitivity and Lubrication
Clitoral sensitivity varies from woman to woman. Some may prefer a light touch while others may enjoy much more vigorous stimulation. To further complicate things, some may enjoy light stimulation at first but require a firmer touch the closer they are to reaching orgasm. It’s best to start out light and vary your touch depending on the reaction.
An amazing product like Alura Lux increases the blood flow thus increasing sensitivity and sexual response. This increase in sensitivity allows for greater pleasure through indirect contact. This indirect contact ensures that the clitoris is being stimulated at all times.
Don’t Touch without Lubrication
Imagine rubbing your face with sandpaper. That’s how touching an un-lubricated clitoris can feel like for some women. Gently apply her own natural lubrication or a water-based lube such as Alura Lux to the area before stimulation.