1) THE G SPOT AND FEMALE EJACULATION:
The "Grafenberg spot, or the G spot, rediscovered and popularized by Dr. Ernst Grafenberg, is an area of tissue that surrounds the urethra tube. The urethra is the female duct for urinating.
The G spot is located just inside the top of the vagina. Internally, G spot tissue is erectile and can swell when a woman is sexually aroused which may be evident from the exterior and interior of the vagina. Exterior evidence of the G spot may be seen around the urethra hole as the area swells. Interior evidence can be felt one to four inches inside the vagina on the upper wall. It can be described as a slightly protruding seam or bean type texture felt by using one or two fingers.
Stimulating the G spot initially may give a woman a feeling of the need to urinate. If a woman can get past the feeling of having to urinate, she may experience great pleasure in G spot stimulation to the point of ejaculating a burst of hot liquid from her urethra duct, drenching her and her partner. This liquid is not urine but can be mistaken as urine. It is usually clear or milky, and odorless with variable taste of bitter to very sweet. It does not stain like urine and dries into a flaky substance that is easily brushed off of most surfaces.
2) PENILE STIMULATION OF THE G SPOT
When using the penis to stimulate the G spot, a little can go a long way. If you can get the right position, it only takes 2 to 4 inches of penis to hit it just right. Deep penetration could miss the spot completely.
Some recommended positions are:
1. Have your lover lie on her back. Put her legs over your shoulders. Insert your penis no more that three inches so the head is on the G spot. Use short pelvic thrusts or slow probing motions until she feels a sensation of more pleasure. You may try rubbing her clit with your thumb and pressing on the outside of her stomach right over the G spot to add more pleasure.
2. Have your lover lie on her back with her legs over your thighs . Sit with your knees bent as low as you can, while her lower back or butt rests on your thighs. You may try holding her hips for support. She can recline or sit up. Move your penis upward and around toward the G spot with short pelvic thrusts or slow probing motions until she feels a sensation of more pleasure.
3. Have your lover lie on her stomach with her legs together or spread. Experiment with her sitting up or lying down. Also experiment with her lying flat or with her butt stuck up in the air. Move your penis downward and around toward the G spot with short pelvic thrusts or slow probing motions until she feels a sensation of more pleasure.
Try variations of these methods lying on their sides facing each other or from behind. While facing each other, deep, passionate kissing could intensify the experience dramatically.
3) FIND AND STIMULATE THE G SPOT
All women will respond differently to G spot stimulation.
Some may find it hard to get past the feeling of urinating while others go into ecstasy immediately upon touching the spot. It may be easier for a woman to get past the feeling of urination after she has had at least a small orgasm. As she is lying on her back, insert one or two fingers, preferably the middle finger for length, into the vagina with your palm up. Curl the finger(s) upward until a lumpy or slightly protruding area is felt. Massage both sides of the area while communicating with your partner what feels best.
You may find that significant pressure is needed, to the point of stretching the walls of the vagina up until the pubic bone is felt.
You may also find that a constant, motionless touch to the G spot is all it takes to bring a woman to orgasm.
4) ORGASM WITHOUT EJACULATION
So is it possible to have an orgasm without ejaculating?
Yes and many men have mastered their own techniques. I will teach you several techniques of experiencing orgasm without ejaculation.
That's right, a man does not have to ejaculate during a full-blown orgasm. By strengthening the PC muscle he can hold his semen and still have a full orgasm. The best part is, you will usually be able to sustain your erection or regain it with little effort.
This may enable a man to sustain an indefinite erection most of the time.
Why does a man feel so drained after ejaculating, because he just shot all his energy out of his penis? A man's body will put all it's energy into the act of ejaculating because procreation depends on it. It’s nature's way of giving sperm an extra boost.
5) NERVE BUFFERING
There are several ways to buffer the nerves in your penis. I encourage you to experiment and develop your own methods too.
1. Allow 5-10 minutes to pass with a full erection before intercourse or direct stimulation. This will enable the spongy tissue in the penis to become fully dilated, giving you more control with a harder erection. The nerves in the penis will naturally buffer themselves because of the tremendous contraction of the tissue.
2. Once you have gained a full erection you may also firmly squeeze and release your penis several times from the base to the tip allowing some of the energy to flow out your penis, through your hand. The nerves will in-turn lose some of their sensitivity allowing you to build up more energy without ejaculatory spasms. You may use this method several times during sex if needed.
3. Adding to #2: As you contract and relax your PC muscle you may also circle the base of your penis with your thumb and index finger. Then with your other hand, firmly squeeze and release your penis several times from the base to the tip.
Now lets move on to chapter 11 and talk about controlling the flow of sexual energy.
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