Make Your Sex Life Hotter - Lovemaking Exercise  

girltech47 59F
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9/13/2005 6:29 am

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Make Your Sex Life Hotter - Lovemaking Exercise

I'm back with the sex education stuff again. We can never learn too much, especially when it comes to sex. This is step 4 of a 4 part series on making your sex life hotter. I'm posting this step first because it is the GOAL. Then I will follow with steps 1 through 3 which give the how-to's.

Step 4: Lovemaking Exercise

If you've practiced steps one through three with any diligence at all, you have strong PC muscles. You know how to awaken your own desire and intensify both your arousal and his through breathing exercises. And your pelvis is both toned and liberated. You're ready to perform a move that has the potential to give both of you intense, prolonged and even multiple orgasms.

The Butterfly Quiver. Any woman can feel like a sex goddess if she perfects this move. It couldn't be easier: Simply flex your PC muscles in time with his thrusting. When his erection is very hard, have him slow down and let you control the dynamics of intercourse. His cooperation is important: The Butterfly Quiver is most effective when he does not thrust vigorously. For greater control, shift to the female-superior position (if you aren't there already).

Now flex your PC muscles in a continuous pattern of tightening (as you pull him inside) and releasing (as you push him out), replicating the pulsing of a butterfly's wings. Make the butterfly flutter as fast as you can as he nears ejaculation. When you have developed strong PC muscles, you can make him feel as if the ejaculate is being pulled from his body ‑- a thrill for both of you. I learned this technique from a Malaysian sex therapist several years ago. When I say it's easy, you can believe me. The orgasms are intense, often multiple, and amazing ‑- all the argument you'll ever need for keeping up your Kegels.

REDBOOK
Sex Secrets
12 Easy Moves to Make Your Sex Life Hotter
BY SUSAN CRAIN BAKOS



rm_willie8one2 70M
573 posts
9/13/2005 10:15 am

I did not know my PC had a muscle and if it does it sure does not use it. I have to do all the work turning it on, watching it come up, and then pushing all the right buttons to get any action out of it.


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