Who else finds it amazing that although most straight men would certainly like to have sex, many seem clueless as to the comings (pun intended) and goings of the vagina? A wise man understands the importance of becoming a connoisseur of his woman's anatomy. For those not as wise, here are five things they should know.
1. Hair removal is no walk in the park
Listen fellas, I know many of you prefer a clean-shaven vajajay, but let me be honest with you: Vaginal hair removal is not fun for us ladies. Not even a little bit. Whether we get it waxed or we shave, there isn't anything amusing about it. Just imagine someone using hot wax to pull the hair, from the root, of your most delicate man part. Is that something that you would be eager to do on a regular basis? I didn't think so. So, if your lady has a little more hair down there than you would prefer, don't make a big deal about it and don't ask her to shave. Just be happy that she has invited you to see it in the first place.
2. Find the G-spot then the A- and O-spots
While most men have heard of the G-spot, many are not familiar with how to stimulate it. Even more, they don’t seem to know that there are other hot spots in the vagina. Fellas, it's time to do your research. If you want to be the best she's ever had, then do what no other man before you has done. Find that A-spot and that O-spot and watch how her body reacts for you.
3. Discharge is healthy and normal
Vaginas are leaky! Yes, I said leaky. And guess what? It’s perfectly healthy for them to leak. When we leak, our fluids are actually cleaning our vaginas and getting rid of any bacteria. This is why doctors often tell women that there is no need to use a douche. Our vaginas are so powerful that they literally clean themselves!
4. The clitoris is your friend
Women like it when their guy pays very close attention to their clitoris before and during sex. But please, please, be gentle with it. No biting, no hard rubbing and switch up the rhythm every now and then. In fact, start slow and go faster as you notice your lady responding to your touch. Go ahead and get a mouthful.
5. Vaginal dryness
Please, let's not start a brush fire down there. It's OK to use an intimate moisturizer to moisten up. And it just may be necessary, especially as women enter the perimenopausal stage of life. During this stage before menopause, women often experience vaginal dryness. It's a natural part of the aging process for women. ProHydrate, a new vaginal moisturizing gel from Vagisil, has a natural feel to it that you can use it routinely once every 3 days and even prior to being intimate to relieve any dryness.
I hope you enlighten your fellas to the wonders and realities of your intimate areas. The more he knows about it, the more you will be able to please you. So, have him do his research and go get busy.
This post is sponsored by Vagisil.