Lesbians Draw Their 6 Best Cunnilingus Tips To Masturbate Together

Cunnilingus is synonymous with pleasure for women as well as confusion for their partners. I could no longer count the number of times that I felt helpless, my partner between my legs. A partner who, most of the time, had no idea what she was doing.

Many even had no idea what my clitoris should look like and took cunnilingus as a simple act of reciprocity. If I had given them a handjob, it was natural (or at least more polite) to return the favor and explore my sex with their language.

For many years, I have therefore missed out on the infinite pleasures that a good cunni provides. Until the day I decided it was time to take matters into my own hands.

I couldn’t deal with anything but bad shots that had no idea what they were doing. I was just in bed with a partner who had never been told they couldn’t do it.

This is a problem that many women face: difficult to take back their partner, especially when they fear to be upset or worse, making them lose their means. Many prefer to remain silent, even to simulate to encourage it and quickly pass to the main course.

And too bad if we miss the joys of good cunnilingus.

To get you out of this frustration that has existed for a long time, I decided to write an article gathering all the advice that I would have liked to give myself when I was younger.

But especially those that I would have liked to share with my lovers so that when we masturbate together and we both can have more fun.

Here are 6 rules to follow to perform cunnilingus

#1 To Perform Cunnilingus Successfully, You Both Have To Want It

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Let’s start with the obvious. Like any sexual or preliminary practice, the most important is to want it and to feel that your partner shares this desire.

There is no point in embarking on cunnilingus if you’re not comfortable doing it.

Poor timing, lack of intimacy with your partner, or just too early in your relationship.

There’s no point in hurrying if you don’t really want to. Cunnilingus is often compared to oral sex, and I agree that the approach is much the same. The goal is obviously to please your partner because it is she and she alone that you will stimulate. But you must also want to.

If you do it only because you feel compelled to do it (typically if she just gave you a hand-job, or made you understand that these were her favorite preliminaries), but that doesn’t get you excited everything, she will feel it quickly.

Cunnilingus is also exciting for humans. If the position in itself may seem more dominated than dominant, remember that it is you who control the pleasure you give your partner.

With a lick, and with the right caresses, you can make her come in a few minutes. And there is, in my opinion, nothing more exciting than this power there.

#2 Bikini Wax Styles or Total Hair Removal

If you leave with preconceptions, there are several ways to offend the act and make you feel more comfortable.

The most obvious is of course hair removal. It is quite normal, to prefer to perform cunni to a shaved body. Try to make your partner understand that you would be much more excited to lick her if her pubis was more apparent, more easily accessible.

Be careful, because women are also susceptible. So be diplomatic and be as rude as possible.

#3 Excite Your Partner Before Cunnilingus

Many women consider cunnilingus to be part of the preliminaries. I tend to think the opposite because good cunnilingus can lead to a very powerful orgasm, which in my case will be as satisfying as a report with penetration.

The second reason why I will classify cunnilingus as “intercourse” is that it requires a little preparation in itself. This will be my second piece of advice for you gentlemen … To perform good cunnilingus, you have to go gradually and start by exciting your partner.

Consider giving her cunnilingus as if you were going to penetrate her and therefore start by exciting her with your caresses, a little dirty talk and kisses well placed.

It’s not a race, and the more you linger before going down to her sex, the more she will be excited, but also impatient that you lick her clitoris.

Linger on her chest, her buttocks, everything that can put her in good moods and allow her to relax enough so that your cunnilingus is as orgasmic as possible.

#4 What Positions For Cunnilingus?

Classically, we often imagine the practice of cunnilingus, the girl lying on her back and her partner above her, her head at her crotch. If it’s certainly the best solution for beginners, because it will allow you to be more comfortable and better control what you do, it would be a shame to be limited to this.

You can also give her cunnilingus when she is standing, although it’s not ideal for her to let go completely and therefore have an orgasm.

You can also lick her when she is above you, squatting on your face, her pussy slightly above your mouth.

It’s a little more physical for her, but more exhilarating because she keeps the ascendancy and will be better able to guide you. Prefer this position if you prefer it to take the lead.

It is also a good way to be able to caress her buttocks or chest during the act, to multiply her feelings and to amplify her pleasure.

#5 Cunnilingus Manual

Now let’s move on to the most important. What to do once you have your mouth at the level of sex.

Lick, kiss, chew?

Which part to stimulate and with what intensity? All women have already asked themselves the question, and there is of course no ready-made answer because each woman will have her preferences. Worse, they can change according to your mood or your fantasies. But here are the golden rules to remember before you get started.

The first is to know what you are looking for: your partner’s clitoris. There is no question of burying your tongue in her vagina, which will be as unpleasant for you as for her.

To find it, I advise you to start by caressing it with your fingers. Open her labia slightly to reveal the little ones, then her clitoris.

If it is sufficiently exciting, it will be slightly swollen and wet. This will let you know that you haven’t gone through your foreplay and will help you find it more easily.

You just have to stimulate it with your tongue, your lips, your fingers. You can lick it, chew it (very lightly, be careful) or describe an eight around her clitoris.

The most important thing is that you are delicate and avoid having repetitive movements, which can quickly tire your partner. Do not lick it like ice cream but proceed in small blows.

And above all, let yourself be guided by her: if your partner groans or grips your hair, she is certain that you are on the right track.

#6 Don’t Focus Only On The Clitoris

This advice will seem very disturbing to you, but it’s not contradictory to what I have just told you above. Think of cunnilingus as a good fellatio.

Even if the most important thing happens in her mouth, you are certainly less excited by a woman who remains dangling while she gives you a handjob. It’s the same when you perform cunnilingus.

Don’t just focus on her sex, her clitoris, and the stimulation you give her with your tongue and lips.

Don’t forget to caress her buttocks (you can even try to slip a finger into her anus), or her chest if the position allows it.

You can also penetrate it with your fingers to stimulate its G-spot and increase its pleasure tenfold.

The main thing is to vary the sensations to make her lose her footing and give her an orgasm.

Wrapping It Up

The Secret To Having a Good Cunnilingus: Don’t Be Afraid To Talk About It and Be Attentive

Of course, with all of these tips, you are now well prepared to perform cunnilingus that she will remember long after.
But there is one thing that I can’t give you in this article, it is “the weight of experience”, and therefore long minutes of practice.

As with everything, you will certainly be clumsy at first, not very sure of yourself and it will be especially difficult for you to determine if you have done well.

Don’t be afraid to talk about it with your partner. On the contrary, because communication is crucial to improve yourself.

It’s also a necessary step with a new partner because what could make one moan, will displease another.

So take the time to talk about it head-on (there is no point in embarking on a comprehensive review right after) to find out what she liked or what she would like you to try next time.

Don’t let yourself be taken apart. This doesn’t mean that you were bad. There is always room for improvement, both for you and for your partner.

Author: Sarah Smith

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