Secrets of Female Psychology Love Her Vagina
by Lawrence Lanoff
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Love Her Vagina
Love Her Vagina If you want a woman to feel safe enough to really let go with you sexually, you must understand just how important it is that she knows you love everything about her vagina. Vaginas are way more complicated than penises. It’s true. Penises are like the clashing cymbals in the orchestra. That’s the note they play and they play it loudly. Vaginas are more like the entire orchestra. First of all, your penis is on the outside of your body. You can see and familiarize yourself with all of its parts easily. Especially the ones you’ve been rubbing since you were a kid. Vaginas, on the other hand, are much more mysterious. Many women don’t even know what their vagina looks like. They haven’t held a mirror up to their pussies to find out. And if vaginas weren’t mysterious enough already, the confusion is compounded by a misogynistic culture that teaches women that good girls don’t touch themselves. Women are shamed into believing that they have no right to feel any pleasure, let alone sexual pleasure or self-induced sexual pleasure. Women often feel guilty for doing things for themselves. With men, however, we are expected to explore our pleasure and jerk off all the time. So what we end up with are a lot of women embarking on sexual relationships as vaginal novices – completely unsure about what feels good, how their anatomy works, and how to get themselves off. And we embark on sexual relationships as total penis experts! For instance, you know exactly how long it takes to get off, how much pressure to use, and how fast or slow you like to stroke it. Plus, you know what other types of porn you like, etc.
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The lack of competent sex education for women and the cultural attitude against women pleasuring themselves in general – leaves women with lots of things to have anxiety about when it comes to their vaginas. Women can feel doubtful or insecure about:
the size of their labia
the size of their vagina
the amount of wetness (not enough or too much lubrication)
having a bush
scars from ingrown hairs caused by waxing
period-related issues (flow, cramps)
yeast infections, UTIs, or other non-sexual infections and inconveniences
fear of childbirth-related tearing
shitty boyfriends saying something terrible and scarring about their perfectly functional, healthy vagina
squirting or not squirting
queefing (passing air out the vagina) during sex
the taste of her vagina
Women will also have questions like:
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Is squirting really pee?
What’s a G-spot? Where’s the G-spot? Does every woman have a G-spot?
Should I be able to have orgasms from G-spot stimulation alone? If I can’t, does that make me less of a woman?
Is something wrong with me if I can’t orgasm during sex?
This is why it is important that your woman knows that you love everything about her vagina! I asked women if there was anything they wished more men knew about the vagina . . .
I wish I didn’t feel like if I want to use lube the guy might feel insecure about whether or not I’m really enjoying myself. I just like using lube. It’s not personal. It doesn’t mean he doesn’t make me wet enough.
I wish they knew that I can handle rubbing my own clit during sex. There is just too much going on for him to really be able to give me the right amount of pressure and speed for the right amount of time to get me off. I’ll take care of it!
I wish guys with big dicks knew that my vagina is not ready for deep pounding right off the bat! Give me some time to relax and open up first. PLEASE!
I really hate it when a guy calls my vagina a yoni. I wish he would just call it a pussy.
I dated a guy who would make a big show of spitting on my vagina when he was going down on me. It always kind of grossed me out. I figured it was just something he picked up from watching porn.
I’m not really that into oral sex. It stresses me out because I’m afraid it’s taking me too long to cum and I worry that he might be
Love Her Vagina getting tired. I always eventually just fake it, so he will stop and we can move on to having actual sex.
I wish they knew vaginas and sugar do not mix! I had sex with a guy who used cheap drugstore lube with glycerin/sugar as one of the main ingredients. It put my vagina out of commission for two weeks with a horrible yeast infection. This is not the kind of lasting impression you want to make!
I wish they knew that I really don’t want sex to last forever. It usually takes me around 10 to 15 minutes to orgasm. After that, I’d like it to be done. I don’t want multiple orgasms. Just cum when I cum. It’s cool.
Love her vagina and she will have mind-blowing orgasms with you. The bottom line is: the more you tell her how much you love the taste, smell, feel, and look of her vagina, the sexier and more confident she will feel. The more confident and sexy a woman feels, the more she can relax into feeling good and then be able to openly express herself, which means the orgasms will be that much deeper and more intense. The more she is able to express her authentic sexual self with you, the more she will see you as a sex god and be completely obsessed with you. For women, the key to cracking their code and unleashing the sexual beast that lives inside is all about creating a safe space for them to play. The more they know you love their vagina and everything about it, the safer they will feel with you, and the more fully expressive and adventurous they will become. Here is what I want you to do:
First, ask her what vagina name or names she thinks are really hot to use during sex. Always use those or that name (if it’s not the word you want to use, too bad. You must use her language not yours.)
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If she isn’t sure, offer her a menu and let her choose. Here are a few names that women I polled like to use: o
Once you have that information, here’s what I want you to do. I want you to get in the habit of saying things like:
I love your yoni.
Your vagina is incredible.
I can’t believe how tight your pussy feels on my cock.
I love how your yoni is always so wet and ready for my dick.
Your vulva is beautiful.
I can’t believe how good it feels to be inside you.
Your kitty gives me so much pleasure.
I love how your pussy tastes.
Your smell makes me crazy; I love your vajayjay so much!
Just looking at your vagina makes my dick hard.
I love how swollen your clit gets when you’re turned on.
Yikes! I really don’t feel comfortable talking during sex! Don’t worry if talking during sex makes you uncomfortable. Lots of people feel that way. However, I promise you women love to hear good things about their vaginas! And knowing that they have your full approval can really help them get over holding back during sex.
Love Her Vagina If it helps, you can always take out the word “vagina/pussy/yoni” and substitute the word “you” where appropriate.
You are so tight.
You feel so good.
Your smell drives me crazy.
You taste amazing.
You get the idea!
Vagina Cupping Technique: I use this technique all the time. Don’t be fooled. It sounds simple, but this technique is really powerful. I’ve had many a woman cry the first time I used this on her because it feels so deeply comforting to have someone touch her vagina this way. This technique will set you apart from the rest because I can almost guarantee that you will be the first person ever to touch her this way. So let’s get to it! A woman’s vagina can feel physically sensitive after sex, and she may also feel a little emotionally vulnerable. You can show her that you love her vagina and use no words at all by cupping her vagina after she orgasms or after sex. I call this kind of touch of the vagina – comfort touch. (And you can find out all about that in my program Tantra-X.)
A great way to convey safety and care is by cupping her vagina with the palm of your hand after sex or after she orgasms.
You do this by placing the bottom palm of your hand over her vaginal opening and allow the rest of your hand to curve over the top part of her pubic bone and apply gentle pressure.
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Women who have experienced this kind of touch have reported to me that it helps ground them after sex and also communicates a level of appreciation and care that feels nice.
If you want to really take it up a notch you can put your other hand over her heart. While touching this way, remain quiet and focus on taking deep, relaxing breaths together. This technique lets a woman know that what just happened was really pleasurable and intense. You both deserve to take a minute to just bask in that bliss. Notice her breathing. Usually, at some point, she will take a big deep breath and that is your cue to pull your hands away. If love and a long-term relationship are what you are after, use this technique on her. She will be yours forever.