Here’s A Very Simple, Secret Sexual
Technique That Will Let You Give A Woman
MASSIVE G Spot Orgasms – Every Time!

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Well, it’s here. An easy way for you both to get COMPLETE SEXUAL PLEASURE and MASSIVE ORGASMS.

Just use the simple, highly arousing  sexual techniques described in The Female Orgasm Blueprint, an online video program which shows you exactly how to stimulate a woman so she reaches orgasm easily, quickly and powerfully. Every time.

And her orgasms will be so intense, she’ll scream your name as she comes….

And with orgasms this intense, she can also ejaculate, which will give her amazing levels of pleasure she’s never felt before! And the crazy thing is – it’s EASY and SIMPLE!

Click here NOW to see this EASY and SIMPLE way of taking a woman to MASSIVE orgasms!

In the introductory video, “orgasm expert” Jason Julius shows you just how easy it is to give a woman powerful orgasms by stimulating her G spot.

He uses a model to show you all the techniques, tricks and positions you can use to take a woman to a powerful and deeply fulfilling orgasm – every time you make love.

If you want sexual pleasure, but you don’t want any messing around with complicated procedures like the Coital Alignment Technique, click here to see and hear Jason’s EASY and EFFECTIVE way of taking a woman to orgasm.


Sex, Satisfaction and Orgasm

Why Is Coital Alignment Needed?

First: The Normal Way Of Making Love

The number of intelligent couples where the decision to make love is left to the man is quite amazing.

And he usually makes no effort to check with his partner as to whether or not she is sufficiently sexually aroused before penetration. Almost invariably the woman wishes she could be stimulated longer before penetration.

The whole object of foreplay, or loveplay if you prefer, is to close what I call the arousal-gap by bringing the woman to the threshold of her point-of-no -return (that’s when she feels that if the man continues to stimulate her for another few seconds she will come, before he enters her).

A sexually experienced woman should be able to judge this point exactly. (If you’re a woman who can’t, or a man who’s in relationship with a woman who can’t, it’s worth experimenting with your partner until she can judge this point more finely.)

The number of women who are unable to judge this point is really quite surprising, and, as a result, even when the decision for the time of penetration is left to the woman, in many cases she has not received sufficient pleasuring during foreplay.

If the woman has not been sufficiently stimulated during sensual loveplay she will rarely reach orgasm – come, or cum –  by penis-vagina contact, even if the man can thrust in her vagina for fifteen, twenty, or perhaps thirty minutes without coming himself.

You see, most women require continued stimulation of the clitoral area by a finger or some other means during intercourse, if they are to come while the penis is moving inside her. Yet very few couples make any attempt to supply this stimulation.

Once the decision to enjoy intercourse (i.e penetrative sex) is made, even assuming that the woman has been sufficiently stimulated and brought to the threshold of her point-of-no-return, not a second should be wasted in getting the penis into the vagina. The thing is, without stimulation, she may lose her arousal….

Penetration is helped if the woman reaches down between her legs, spreads her vaginal lips, and guides her man’s penis to her vaginal entrance. No time should be lost for this because many women do indeed require continued clitoral stimulation right to the point of orgasm.

Even a few seconds pause, and her arousal sensations fall right back; a little while longer, and she is right back where she started – unaroused. If she is to enjoy orgasm with the penis in the vagina, then the man must devise some way of stimulating her clitoris after penetration – fingers, or vibrator.

Fortunately, if a woman’s arousal does fall back, she generally doesn’t need such a long stimulation to bring her on a second time. But if she is not so stimulated, then she will not come.

Second: The Coital Alignment Technique

Many a woman has gone through her adult life without having an orgasm during lovemaking for these reasons.

The first thing a woman who has never experienced intercourse during orgasm might do, therefore, is to think about the stimulation techniques she and her partner employ, and then either find a way of getting some clitoral stimulation while enjoying intercourse, or employ the coital alignment technique. 

The coital alignment technique is a variation of the missionary position, during which the man lies on his partner and then shifts his body upward along his partner’s body, until his erection is pressed downwards, towards his testicles, so it is pointing more or less vertically “downwards”.

The top of his penile shaft, and his pubic bone will be pressing against the woman’s clitoris. Now, the couple move their hips up and down rather than forward and backwards (i.e. no thrusting!) – the whole aim being to put rhythmic pressure on the area of the clitoris.

Unlike the missionary position, the man’s body moves downward during the inward stroke, and upward during the outward stroke. At the same time, his partner rocks her pelvis so that she moves downwards at the same time; but slower than him, so their bodies are in contact. This is when her clitoris is stimulated. Then, as they begin to move upwards, she dictates the movement and he responds to her; at the top of the rocking movement, she is once again ready to meet his downward stroke and be stimulated by his movement.

To accentuate the movement, the woman can wrap her legs around her partner’s. Basically, sexual movement is focused in the couple’s pelvises, and there is little or no leverage from their arms or legs.

Although this sounds complicated, it is a lot simpler to do than to describe – and full instructions are provided on this website!

The rocking upward stroke (where the woman sets the pace and controls the movement) combined with the downward stroke (where the man sets the pace and controls the movement) builds arousal that will develop and peak naturally. This is often a very different type of orgasm due to the longer period of build up and stimulation for the woman. And if she wants to get on top of her partner, then this is known as the “reverse coital alignment technique”.

Female Orgasm During Intercourse Made Simple