Orgasm play is all about ecstasy without penetration. By using only your hands, fingers, or tongue, you can still provide your patients with all the benefits of an orgasm without having to worry about anything else.
Plus, it’s a great way to get them out of their heads and into their bodies. Here are four orgasm play ideas to get you started.
Use Your Hands
The simplest way to get started with orgasm play is to use your hands. Just cup your patient’s vulva in your palm and begin rubbing in small circles.
You can experiment with different techniques and speeds to find what they respond to best. As they begin to get aroused, you can add more pressure or begin moving up and down as well. Remember to always listen to their cues and back off if they start to get uncomfortable.
Use Clitoral Stimulation
For most women, the key to a good orgasm is clitoral stimulation. Use your fingers or tongue to tease their clit while continuing to rub their vulva with your other hand.
You can also alternate between clitoral and vulva stimulation for an even more intense experience. Remember to keep things interesting by varying your speed, pressure, and technique.
Use Your Fingers
In addition to stimulating their clitoris, you can also use your fingers inside them for an added feeling of fullness and pleasure. Start with one finger and insert it slowly into their vagina while continuing to rub their clit with your other hand or tongue.
As they become more aroused, you can add another finger or even try different strokes for different sensations. Just be sure to listen to their cues and stop if they start to feel uncomfortable.
4 Try Different Positions
There are endless possibilities when it comes to positions for orgasm play. Have them lie on their back with their legs Spread eagle or in the fetal position with their legs pulled up toward their chest—whatever feels comfortable for them.
You can also try sitting between their legs or standing at the edge of the bed so that you have easy access to all Their hot spots. Experiment until you find a position that works best for both of you.
How to Include Orgasm Denial Play into Your Sex Life
When it comes to sex, there are many different ways to spice things up. If you’re looking for something a little different, you may want to consider incorporating orgasm denial play into your sex life.
For those who are unfamiliar, orgasm denial play is all about bringing your partner to the brink of orgasm and then denying them the release.
This can be done through various methods, such as using your hand, using a toy, or even using nothing at all.
The important thing is that you find a method that works for you and your partner. Keep reading to learn more about how you can incorporate orgasm denial play into your sex life.
Why Orgasm Denial Play is Exciting?
Orgasming together during sex is amazing—but so is denied orgasms! There are many reasons why you may want to incorporate orgasm denial play into your sex life. For one, it can help to increase the level of intimacy between you and your partner.
This is because when one person is teetering on the edge of orgasm, they are usually completely focused on their partner.
This can lead to deeper levels of communication and connection. In addition, incorporating orgasm denial play can also help to increase the level of pleasure that both partners experience.
This is because the anticipation of an impending orgasm can often be just as intense as the orgasm itself.
How to Do Orgasm Denial Play
If you’re interested in orgasm denial play, there are a few things that you’ll need to do first.
First, you’ll need to have a frank discussion with your partner about your desires and expectations. It’s important that both partners are on the same page before any type of sexual activity takes place.
Once you’ve had this discussion, you’ll need to decide on a method of denial. This can be anything from using your hand to using a toy or even using nothing at all. The important thing is that you find a method that works for both of you.
Lastly, you’ll need to set some ground rules. For example, you may want to agree on a safe word that either partner can use if things start to get too intense.
By following these steps, you’ll be well on your way to incorporating orgasm denial play into your sex life in no time!
With a little creativity and imagination, you can give your patients the gift of an orgasm without penetration. By using only your hands, fingers, or tongue, you can still provide all the benefits of an orgasm—relaxation, reduced stress, pain relief—without having to worry about anything else.
So go ahead and experiment with different techniques, speeds ,and positions until you find what works best for you and your patients . They’ll be glad you did.
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