Kegel exercise and clitoral stimulation
"now here's the really motivating bit
kegeling puts pressure on your clit" ...
more of the lyrics
7 Bartholin's Glands
9 Labia Majora
10 Labia Minora
11 Urinary Opening
13 Mons Veneris
14 Pubic Bone
pelvic floor (or pubococcygeus) muscles form a broad sling between
your legs from the pubic bone in front to the base of your spine
at the back. Well ladies - guess what little haven of sensation
happens to be located right at the front of the base of our pubic
bone 1? Mmmm...
that's right .. officially known as the clitoral glans,
the clitoris has only one known purpose ... to give women sexual
pleasure! The clitoris is made up entirely of soft erectile tissue
called corpus spongiosum. This is exactly the same type of tissue
that comprises the glans of the penis. But the really interesting
news girls is that the glans of the clitoris has just as many nerve
endings as does the glans of the penis, but concentrated in a much
smaller area. 2 Now that strikes
me as an area worth stimulating!
This anatomical gem is what makes kegel exercise so much more attractive
than abdominal exercises for instance! And as always - practice
makes perfect. Women who have not experienced much or any clitoral
sensation prior to starting a kegel exercise program, report dramatic
increase in pleasurable feelings in this area after only a few weeks
of regular pelvic squeezing. Some women are even able to bring themselves
to orgasm solely through doing the kegel.
If that's not motivating then I don't know what is!
Ready to start your practice?
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'Do the Kegel' now
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