Why She Doesn’t Want You To Pleasure Her Clitoris
So here’s the situation…
You and your lover are already heating things up in the bedroom when you start exploring south of her border to give her some oral attention.
And since you already have an idea of the things she likes during oral sex, you’re confident that you are going to make her reach the Big O with your moves in a short while. But the problem is your partner seems to veer you away from her clitoris before you even reach it.
I know this sounds a bit odd right now, but it’s possible that your lover is avoiding clitoral stimulation these days because of a very simple reason – and it’s not your tried and tested oral sex techniques that are the problem either.
Let me explain what I mean…
If you’re anything like most guys, you probably already know that the clitoris is the most sensitive part of a woman’s body. It is practically loaded with more than twice the amount of nerve endings than the penis, which means it isn’t that tricky to get this prime erogenous zone to churn out pleasurable sensations when stimulated.
However, unlike what a lot of men mistakenly think, the clitoris is not an instant pleasure button that immediately makes your partner feel good as soon as it is given some TLC. It should be stimulated properly or else she will just end up feeling awkward or even uncomfortable in the process.
Now let me ask you a very simple question…
When was the last time you had a shave?
Sure this may sound rather off-topic, but having too much facial hair can easily break your chances of really pleasuring her clitoris. And although that couple of weeks’ worth of stubble may have a manly charm to it, it could trigger sensations other than pleasurable as soon as it gets in contact with her clitoris.
Besides feeling a bit rough to the touch, your stubble can also be very prickly to the clitoris, which can disrupt the flow of pleasurable sensations during oral sex even if you’ve already got your A-game going.
And that’s definitely going to keep your lover from achieving orgasm no matter how hard you try.
Now while I am not saying that having a stubble is bad, just make it a point to regularly keep an eye on your grooming and you’ll be on your way to giving your partner the satisfaction she’s always wanted when you stimulate her clitoris.