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How to make a woman cum in doggy style - orgasm tips for women

Personal Sex Advice by Deni | Edited by Samarel

Dear Deni

I love the doggy style and my girlfriend too, but I cannot make her cum with me, and once I get behind her it takes only few moments before I cum. Anything I should do, or her? Is it possible for her to cum with me? She usually cums only when I tease her clit.

Josh



Dear Josh

I love doggy style.


One of the nice things about doggie is that the woman can easily finger her own clit while you are servicing her. Perhaps you should gently encourage her to stimulate herself and compliment her highly as she does it. Gently take her wrist and move her hand to her pussy, and then hold your finger over her middle finger, and manipulate her clit with her own finger. After she has the idea, press less and let her establish her own rhythm. Tell her how much it turns you on to think of her touching herself while you are inside her.



Also try holding yourself still while you are inside her. That will decrease the stimulation for you.


Make certain she knows why you have stopped. Tell her that you want to feel her pussy around moving your cock, and want to feel what it feels like when she cums while you are inside her from behind.


Another thing you could try is to add a vibe to her clit as you are inside her. Pace yourself REALLY slow so that you don't over-stimulate yourself while either you or her guides the vibe across and around her most sensitive parts.


Remember, a woman often needs your explicit permission to get down and nasty. Encourage her to be sexier and sexier. But be patient with her as she slowly discovers her own pleasures.


And be supportive, verbally supportive as she travels down the road to her own more spontaneous sexuality.


One last no-no that men must be aware of:


NEVER make public comments about any part of your love making unless you already know she likes to discuss it in public. Most women will feel compromised and betrayed if you break your implicit "pact of silence" regarding what happens "behind closed doors".


Deni



Personal Sex Advice for Better Life


Disclaimer: The information contained herein is for educational purposes only, and is not intended as a substitute for the diagnosis or treatment of any health problem, whether it be physical or psychological. Consult your physician or a licensed medical professional for a detailed diagnosis of your particular medical problem. PSA guide assumes no responsibility for how this material is used.

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