How to Finger Your Girl for an Orgasm She Won't Forget: 'Handy' Fingering Tips for First-Timers
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Let's face it, fingering deserves attention way more than what it is given — the act, when done right can give people with vaginas immense pleasure. Fingering is the part of foreplay that includes rubbing the vagina to stimulate it sexually. Although, it is considered a part of foreplay, did you know women can actually orgasm, if fingered right? It is a great way to arouse your female partner and a fantastic sex act to explore. Women can try it on their own or ask their partners to do it. Or if you are a woman's partner, what are you waiting for, you can make her orgasm like fireworks with nothing but your fingers. Oral Sex, Boobgasm and Other Foreplay Tricks to Give Her the Best Orgasm Ever!

How To Finger Correctly

There are different ways women like to be fingered. First of all, let's talk about the motion of fingering. Some like to be fingered in a circular motion and some like it in up and down. Moreover, there are also different kind of stimulation to play around with. Some like the G-spot stimulation whereas some like it around the labia.  G-spot is often considered the most erogenous zone, it is the area of tissue two to three inches inside the vagina. Most people like to be fingered in a "come-hither" motion.  Slip your fingers inside and play with the G-spot. You can also slowly slide them out and then inside again over and around the clitoris. Switch between caressing and massage the clitoris and labia.

Here Are Things About Fingering You Must Know:

Make Sure That the Vagina is Relaxed Lubricated: You can use lube if you want to. The reason behind this is that fiddling with a dry vagina can lead to scratches, small cuts and rashes. The person might end up experiencing more discomfort than enjoyment. Types Of Orgasms You Didn't Know Existed!

Cut Your Nails: Whether the person is fingering themselves or getting fingered by their partners, it is important that the fingers doing it, must have neatly trimmed nails. Being too rough with unfiled nails can lead to tiny vaginal tears which, increase the risk of contracting an STI.

Start Slow: You will only shock the muscle tissues and nerve-endings down there if you hurry. Do not try to shove your fingers into the vagina and everything in and around the vagina.

Other Erogenous Zone: When you begin to finger don't directly aim for the cavity. Start with slowing caressing the thigh to the outer vagina. Work your way into the vagina.

The bottom line is, take your time with fingering and go creative with it. Moreover, communicate with your partner and talk to them about different things you can try.