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How can I give a woman an orgasm without intercourse?

Ian Kerner, PhD
Sexual Health
In my experience, one of the most effective and satisfying ways to get a woman off is with oral sex, hands down. That’s only true, however, if it’s done well. Even though many women climax more consistently -- or solely -- through oral sex, simply heading south and giving her a thorough tongue-lashing isn’t going to do the trick. When surveyed about their partners’ oral techniques, the vast majority of women report that guys are too rough, too impatient, too fast, too slow, off-target, or change rhythm at the wrong time. While cunnilingus is certainly a talent, it’s one that can be easily acquired with knowledge, an appreciation for the female body, and practice -- lots and lots of deliciously sensual practice.
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