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How can I add clitoral stimulation to intercourse?

Emily Nagoski
Emily Nagoski on behalf of Good In Bed
Psychology

You can add clitoral stimulation lots of ways. You can touch your clitoris; your partner can touch your clitoris; you can use a vibrator on your clitoris; your partner can use a vibrator on your clitoris; you can sandwich a vibrator between your two bodies; you can angle penetration so that your partner’s pubic bone rocks against your clitoris; you can be on top so that your clitoris rocks against your partner’s pubic bone; you can choose a position that keeps your thighs clamped together, which allows for stimulation of your clitoris; you can explore G-spot stimulation, just to name a few.

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