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Tips For Enhancing Sexual Intercourse

From a strict biological point of view, sexual intercourse, or coitus, refers to the insertion of the male’s penis into the female’s vagina for the purpose of reproduction. Sexual intercourse has traditionally been viewed as the natural endpoint of all sexual contact between a man and a woman.

However, today, the term has been broadened to include but not limited to vaginal intercourse (involving vaginal penetration by the penis, resulting in possible male ejaculation and female orgasm) and oral intercourse (involving oral caress of the genitalia – male or female). It has equally been broadened to include a wider range of behaviors and a wider set of motivations and intentions – not just reproduction.

The joys of sexual intercourse for both sexes is among the most intimate behaviors possible between two people, and, for many people, it is also one of the most intense physical stimulation that induces a sense of intimacy and closeness that is pleasurable and emotionally satisfying like no other. Even women who do not achieve orgasm during intercourse usually enjoy the feeling of having their partner inside them.

However, equating sex with intercourse has the disadvantage of causing people, especially men, to rush through everything they consider “preliminary”. This also puts a lot of pressure on man to have an erection and on the woman to reach orgasm through intercourse. Howbeit, men and women can enjoy intercourse a lot more if they take the pressure off, and view it as one of many ways to make love. They should view the whole sexual act not as an all-night marathon of thrusting, but as a time to explore the many wonders of this most sensual, soulful and blissful intimate experience to a point where they feel real deep sexual connection that feels complete.

Among other ways to make your sexual intercourse more gratifying and satisfying for you and your partner, the following are some great tips for enhancing your sexual intercourse.

Pay Attention to Each Other’s Body

Avoid rushing into sex with immediate focus of attention on the genitalia. Rather, take it slowly, compliment, spoil and learn to massage each other. Linger on each other’s body with gentle strokes, caresses and nibbles. Make certain that your partner knows that you find him/her attractive and wanted thus creating a certain level of comfort and trust. Kissing during intercourse also heightens the connection and pleasure, making you both more likely to reach climax. Incorporate some great foreplay using plenty of lubrication.

Add Novelty to your Sexual Intercourse

Any act, no matter how pleasurable and satisfying, can grow dull through repetition. The antidote to this is to add a generous pinch of anticipation, suspense and surprise in ways that express your evolving sexual style and unique personality in spicing up your sexual relationship.

Avoid Mechanical Performance

Needless to say, the main movement of intercourse will always be the thrusting in and out. However the pattern adopted by most men during sexual intercourse often leave their partners experiencing pain or discomfort instead of pleasure, and a general disinterest in future sexual intercourse. A generality of men once in a woman simply just begin thrusting in a rapid and vigorous manner with even strokes. Rather, a man should start slowly, very slowly, and build the tempo as he alternates deep strokes with shallow ones.

Varied Speed and Rhythm of Thrust

Slow down, and then speed up. Then slow down again. Varying the thrusting speed, while a man makes different moves with his hip – wiggling and cycling – prolongs and intensifies the experience. These movements can help a man uncover his partner’s hot spots as a woman has different areas of vaginal entry with specific pressure sensitivities. The motions that really work best are the pelvic rocking and slow circular movements. This is because the pelvic grind helps in stimulating a woman’s clitoris.

Alternate your Positions

Sexual gymnastics can often be distracting. The biggest determining factor for choosing a sexual position should be the preference of both partners. Asking a lady to take control of the show by getting on top – after probably starting out with the missionary style – changes the coital dynamics. The sensations are different, again prolonging the lovemaking.

However constant changes in position can reduce the overall sexual excitement. Partners should explore various positions and integrate them into their sexual activity by choosing those both consider as more comfortable and that work best.

Practice Kegel Exercises

The pubococcygeal (PC) muscles, possessed by both men and women, can like any other muscle be exercised and if toned, enhance orgasm and sexual enjoyment. Well toned PC muscles naturally translates into greater orgasmic intensity, better control over how soon climax is reached, and increase in the time a man can maintain an erection. Holding and releasing your urine once it starts is an easy way to identify the PC muscles and practice kegel exercises.

A woman can practice kegel exercises to help her maintain vaginal tone and function. For a woman, kegel exercises will strengthen her pelvic floor and recreate tightness she might have lost due to childbirth, age or other factors. Generally, when a man tightens his PC muscles, his penis will jump up and down. A good male exercise is placing a washcloth on the erect penis and doing penis lift-ups.

Practice Delaying Techniques

For women on the whole, the longer sex takes, the better it feels as arousal is allowed to build gradually. However, most men occasionally have poor or tardy erections and many suffer from premature ejaculation.

To help a man maintain and sustain an erection for better sexual intercourse, practicing delay techniques such as the squeeze technique (where when a man feels he is about to ejaculate, he or his partner squeezes the penis just below the head); start-and-stop (where a man stops thrusting once ejaculation is imminent and resumes when the tension reduces); and through tensing (where he tenses the muscles at the base of the penis once ejaculation is imminent).

Touch the Clitoris during Intercourse

To some women, a man’s hand or mouth on their genitals can be more intimate than sexual intercourse. However, for most women, needing extra stimulation during intercourse is perfectly normal and the best is stimulation of her clitoris during intercourse.

Positions that allow a woman’s clitoris to be stimulated as her partner thrusts are good for her in achieving an orgasm. A position whereby she’s in control often provides her with the most direct stimulation. A woman can be encouraged to masturbate herself during intercourse or her partner can do it for her, using the techniques she would use.

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