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A guide to touching her vagina and genital area

Pubic mound

The mons pubis, the fleshy mound just above the clitoris, is rich in nerve endings that are connected to the genitals. Massaging the area in an up and down motion can indirectly stimulate the labia and clitoris.

If your partner is receptive to more, move on to kissing the area, then use the tip of your tongue to lick your way down. If you’re playing with yourself, massage or vibe to up your arousal.


This small pleasure bud contains over 8,000 nerve endings and is covered by a hood. Gently take it between your index and middle finger and slide it slowly in an up-and-down motion.

Want more? Use your fingers or a clitoral vibrator and rub your nub using light pressure. Experiment with direction and tempo to find what feels best.

For some good tongue action, start slow and increase your speed and pressure.


The lower part of the vaginal opening is full of erotically charged nerve endings and home to the anterior fornix (A-spot).

Use fingers, a dildo, or penis to penetrate the vagina, and focus pressure on the front wall while sliding in and out.


The G-spot is an area capable of causing what’s known as female ejaculation. Fingers or a curved G-spot vibrator are your best bet for reaching it.

With a good amount of lube, turn your vibrator or finger upward toward the navel and move it in a “come hither” motion.

Find what feels good and keep at it, allowing the sensation to build.


A person needs to be fully aroused to enjoy cervical stimulation, so foreplay is a must.

Any deep-penetration sex position can do it. Doggy style is a good one that can be performed using a strap-on or regular dildo, too. When you find a depth and motion that feels good, keep going.

Cervical orgasms are similar to what’s called a full body orgasm in tantric sex, so you’re in for a treat if you can get there.