Welcome back to part 2 of The Juicebox Monologues! Recall that last week we brought you part 1 where we covered the anatomy of the vagina, walked through crucial facts every dude needs to know to pleasure a woman, and provided tips for giving her the most mind-blowing orgasms in her life. If you haven’t been able to listen to part 1, make sure to go back and listen. There is so much to cover when it comes to how amazing the vulva is and every man and woman needs to know how to please this amazing organ.
In this episode, we continue to talk about the different orgasms women love and give tips to achieve those mind-blowing orgasms.
In the last episode, we talked about clitoral and penetration orgasms. In this episode, the crew talks about the other types of orgasms. The G-spot stands for the Gräfenberg spot (named for German gynecologist Ernst Gräfenberg), is characterized as an erogenous area of the vagina that, when stimulated, may lead to strong sexual arousal, powerful orgasms, and potential female ejaculation. According to a wiki (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G-spot), it is typically reported to be located 5–8 cm (2–3 in) up the front (anterior) vaginal wall between the vaginal opening and the urethra. Brock, Westley, and Lina D give their points for finding it and have a brief back and forth on the texture of the g-spot.
They continue to give tips on how to give a woman an orgasm through a mix of oral, penetration, or g spot play- this is a mixed orgasm. They talk about how to make her achieve multiple orgasms. And talk about orgasm by nipple stimulation and anal play. The guys talk about the cues they use to know that their partner is pleased and has orgasmed. And Lina D talks about her point of view that an orgasm doesn’t have to be a mysterious thing for men or women. She encourages women to masturbate and discover the things that they enjoy. The key to masturbating and self-discovery is to be relaxed and comfortable with your body.
The NFD crew compare how women may not always orgasm during sex, while men are likely to always orgasm. Brock and Westley share their experiences and point out that foreplay is a necessity when having sex especially since the majority of women cum from clitoral stimulation. The stat on how many women cum from vagina penetration only is low, about 18%. Lina D agrees and points out that even though she doesn’t always orgasm that she still enjoys having sex especially when a man has dedicated himself to giving amazing foreplay. Amazing foreplay should be every lover’s goal.
In this episode, the NFD crew goes into a deep dive into squirting and talks about the anatomy of what makes squirting possible. They also dispel myths about squirting- it is not pee. And women can experiment with themselves to see if they can squirt. Lina D encourages women not to be disappointed if they don’t squirt right away as some women do not get stimulated by playing with their g-spot.
Lastly, Lina D highlights some amazing finds that are proof that pussy is power. To read more about the topics covered in this episode, you can visit: http://www.cosmopolitan.com/sex-love/news/a50638/ways-vaginas-are-better-than-penises/
Also to access Part 1, click this link: The Juicebox Monologues (Part 1)
Here is why the vagina is powerful:
- It can lift weights:
- Tatyana Kozhevnikova unofficially owns the World’s Strongest Vagina by virtue of her record for vagina weightlifting, according to the Sun. She recently showed off her prowess on “The Body Shocking Show” in England. She has lifted up to 31 lbs and she said she has gotten here after 20+ years of training
- She developed a patented program “Intimate Gymnastics.” Intimate Gymnastics is about strengthening the muscles of your vagina and pelvic floor
- Watch the video: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/03/08/worlds-strongest-vagina_n_2837269.html
- Get step by step instructions on how to start exercising your kegel muscles: http://www.intimfitness.com/praktika/programma1.htm
- It takes as little as 5 minutes a day
- Clitorises have twice as many nerve endings as penises do. Clits have 8,000 nerve endings total (compared to a measly 4,000 in peens).
- Vaginas can trap penises, it is called penis captivus “the pelvic muscles of the vagina clamp down on the penis much more firmly than usual, which can make it difficult or impossible to remove the penis from the vagina.” see article: http://www.redbookmag.com/body/pregnancy-fertility/a38982/surprising-vagina-facts/