How To Get Her Wet Faster

How To Get Her Wet Faster

So here’s the situation…

You’re noticing that your lover isn’t getting wet as fast as usual when things get hot in the bedroom these days.

Now while you make sure to stimulate the spots you already know will get her ready for sex in no time, you are just finding it tricky to make her sufficiently lubricated down there no matter how hard you try.

Interestingly, there’s a simple mistake I discovered while researching extensively into the female psychology that can prevent your lover from really getting ready for sex the next time you get frisky in bed.

And this mistake is focusing on the same erogenous zones over and over during foreplay. I know this sounds a bit odd right now, but you’ll find out more when you follow along…

Sure women have particular sexual hot spots like the nipples, inner thighs as well as the clitoris that can make them get ready for lovemaking when you stimulate them properly, but making it a habit to concentrate on them again and again significantly reduces the pleasure levels they provide in the long run.

This is called desensitization, which is basically a natural reaction of the body when it is constantly exposed to specific stimuli. This means no matter how hard you try pleasuring her sexual hot spots, you’ll find she won’t be that receptive to them anymore when you focus on the same erogenous zones again and again.

Now while these erogenous zones can still give pleasurable sensations when kissed, licked or caressed, they won’t be as intense as before and will just feel flat to your lover.

Sure your partner will still feel the sensations given off by these erogenous zones when they are stimulated, but they will not be that strong and powerful anymore to cause a spike in mood-altering hormones that can set off a reaction in her body that makes her wet during sexual arousal.

And your lover will find it rather tough to get ready for sexual penetration when this happens, which can be rather disappointing for the both of you.

However, I also discovered a simple trick that can help you keep clear from desensitization to always get your partner sufficiently wet when you’re at it in the bedroom.

This trick is to stimulate other erogenous zones that you don’t normally do during foreplay. Sure this may sound simplistic, but you are basically preventing her from becoming desensitized by focusing on the same spots again and again, leading to her difficulty in getting wet.

So the next time you are looking to really get your lover ready for sexual penetration, make sure you keep in mind to mix things up when it comes to stimulating her erogenous zones and she’ll find it easier to get ready for action in bed.

(Now we’ve got that covered, here’s how to make her want sex almost immediately.)


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