Say Hello To Your Climax

Foreplay Tips- Fingering 101

Foreplay (4play) TipsFingering is an important part of the sexual experience. Considering that 75% of women never reach orgasm from penetration alone, fingering can lead to better sex. Here are a few tips to get it right:
Keep your fingernails clean, short, and filed. 💅Nails with rough edges can tear vaginal tissue causing infections and increasing STI risks. Be gentle.
🛑Don’t go directly for the clitoris when things are just getting started. Take your ⏱️time. Add some lube to the mix. You can never go wrong with a high-quality lubricant. The clit has 8,000 nerve endings and it can be really painful to vigorously rub it straight out of the gate. Plus, wetter is always better. ☺There are many sensitive and pleasurable areas to stimulate before getting to the clit such as the inner labia, outer labia, pubic mound, vaginal opening, the inner thighs, and the perineum.
Communicate (with words and body language) with your partner to find out what feels best and follow their lead. Listen👂to their cues, their breathing, and moans to know if you’re on the right track. If you make a sudden change in rhythm, speed, or finger placement and your partner goes silent, then you’re off track. ⬅️Go back to the thing you were doing before.
Find a consistent rhythm. If your partner responds in a positive way, keep it going and don’t stop until it’s no longer working or your partner asks for something else. Some people like ⬆️up and ⬇️down clitoral stimulation. Some like circular movements. Whatever it is, keep up the pace until your partner asks for something different.
As mentioned earlier, you never want to start clit play with pounding pressure. It’s a slow build. Start slowly and gently. You’ll increase the pace, pressure, and intensity over time. Ask your partner if they enjoy penetration during finger play. Some people enjoy G-spot stimulation while their clitoris is being massaged. Slide one finger in at a time and check in to ensure they are just as into it as you are. As your partner gets more aroused, more blood will flow to their genitals. This will allow their sensitive areas to accept more stimuli eventually leading to an 🤤orgasm.
It takes at least 15 minutes of clitoral stimulation to reach an orgasm, so take your time and enjoy your partner’s body. It may take longer or less than that amount of time. Either way, don’t pressure your partner and remember that the journey is just as fun as the destination. 😋
Add the Vixen Pebble Vibrator to your foreplay when your fingers get tired or when you want to switch things up with a new sensation.

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