This Mistake Can Prevent Her From Getting Wet

This Mistake Can Prevent Her From Getting Wet

Getting your wife, girlfriend or lover really wet in the bedroom is no doubt one of your biggest sexual priorities. Besides making sure that she’s ready for action in bed, it also means that she’ll experience loads and loads of pleasurable sensations while at it.

Now while you may already have a few tricks up your sleeve that help you get her going for lovemaking, I discovered a mistake during my extensive research into the female sexuality that can actually prevent her from doing so.

And there’s a big possibility that you’re making this mistake, too. Make sure you follow along to find out what this is to really get her gushing down under when the action is getting hot in the bedroom…

At its simplest, a woman gets wet when her brain detects a stimulus that she considers erotic. The brain then sends a message to the hormone-producing glands to churn out a more than usual amount of positive hormones and neurotransmitters to set off key changes in the body to prepare her for a sex session.

Some of these changes include a steep rise in the overall sensitivity of her skin, increased heart and breathing rates as well as the release of natural lubrication in the vagina to get it ready for sexual penetration.

Apart from teasing her mind, stimulating a woman’s erogenous zones like the breasts, clitoris, back of the neck, lower abdomen and inner thighs promote these physiological changes that get her wet south of the border.

Now here’s the mistake I was telling you about earlier…

I’ve learned during my extensive research into the female sexuality that immediately stimulating her erogenous zones when you’re getting frisky in the bedroom can be counter-productive when you’re looking to get her wet.

See, unless your wife, girlfriend or lover is really sexually aroused, the stimulation that you’ll do will only feel awkward and sore for her. And that’s even if you’re already pulling out all the stops while you’re at it.

Yes, you read that right. Even if you’re already bringing your erogenous zone A-game into play, they won’t be that pleasurable for her if she’s not completely sexually aroused.

Make it a point to really take her sexual arousal levels before you stimulate her erogenous zones in the bedroom. Besides ensuring that she’ll properly get wet down there, you’re also going to boost your chances of making her reach the Big O in the process.

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