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Dr. Ava's TriGasm by Dr. Ava Cadell
Through the ages people have been exploring their bodies, looking for new or different ways to get pleasure. Things once taboo have become completely acceptable like fellatio, now so common that, thanks to former President Clinton, will “go down” in the annals of history.
As you know, for most women it’s stimulation of the 8000 nerve fibers of the clitoris especially by a talented tongue that gives them the best and biggest orgasm. But then there are those who swear by the G-spot orgasm as being the ultimate orgasm. The illusive G-spot is definitely not a myth but a treasure, which, when explored, can result in a deeper, longer orgasm, and some women are even capable of ejaculating from it. People often find that which is taboo more sexually arousing, such as exploring that power-packed little bud of erogenous sensitivity located only inches from your vagina—the anus.
I have been teaching the combination of simultaneous G-spot and clitoral stimulation for several years. Couples loved it. Women got some serious attention, learning how to climax internally and externally at the same time, and men felt like they were heroes. S o, here’s the revolution, the ultimate orgasm—TriGasm. A TriGasm is the result of arousing the 3 points of pleasure, the clitoris, G-spot, and anus simultaneously.
How do you achieve a TriGasm
||Vibe – Double Head
|Rubbing on Pillow
You can use stimulation variations like anal beads, dildos, water faucet, or shower head.
With a partner:
||His Forefinger – Palm Up
|Tilt hips into him
||Woman on Top
||His hand above pubic area
Again, be sure to experiment with the variety of possible combinations in order to determine what pleases you most. Also, experiment with stimulation variations, such as using water, warm breath, or anal beads. Turn sex into adult play.
Speaking of anal beads, many people wince at the thought of anal play because they think of the anus as an exit, not an entrance. The anal canal is less than an inch long, and the majority of the nerve endings are located there. So, you don’t have to have full penetration of the anus in order to experience pleasure. In fact, your partner can use a feather, tongue, or pinky to stimulate or add pressure. If you do enjoy anal penetration, who am I to limit you? Go for it! But you should know that the anus leads into the rectum, which is anywhere from 5 to 9 inches long. The rectum, in turn, leads to the colon, and we definitely don’t want to go that far.
There are as many physiological reasons for women to enjoy anal penetration as there are for women to enjoy vaginal penetration. The anus participates with our genitals in the engorgement, muscular tension, and contractions of sexual arousal and orgasm. Anal penetration can also stimulate the G-spot.
Here are some tips for you as you go off on your TriGasm exploration. You will also want to have plenty of lubricant around, especially for anal play and G-spot stimulation. The final tip—take up juggling because you’re going to need to work on your coordination to master this technique, but its well worth the effort and mighty fun learning.
So let’s celebrate good healthy sex because nothing should be forbidden if it’s done by consenting adults for their own pleasure. My personal ultimate orgasm is the TriGasm. It may or may not be yours, but I hope you have fun finding out. As Mae West said, “Too much of a good thing is wonderful.”
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