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The Keys To Her Pu**y

squirting techniques

One of the most incredible sexual gifts you can give a woman is allowing her to squirt for the very first time. And consistently after. If your lover has yet to try it, or if you haven’t tried making a woman squirt yet, Gabrielle Moore’s giving you one last chance before the year ends…

G-Spot orgasms are one of my favorite things.

The great news is that every woman is physically capable of enjoying the bliss of squirting orgasms.

But there’s an important distinction I want to make.

The G-Spot is not a spoT… instead, it’s an area.

Not only that, but many glands contribute to lubrication and female ejaculation. If a woman isn’t lubricating well, she will struggle to ejaculate.

There are Bartholin’s glands on the bottom part of her vaginal canal. And there are Skene’s glands and tissue similar to male prostate tissue at the top. 

Saltwater secretions occur when the clitoral structure is engorged.

Vaginal secretions from the cervix also contribute to vaginal lubrication.

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In this video, you’ll discover how easy it is to find and stimulate the area so that your woman can have incredible gushing orgasms!

The most crucial aspect of vaginal lubrication is the ratio of estrogen to progesterone. Women who’ve recently given birth and women in menopausal phases are most likely to be hormonally imbalanced, but the birth control pill also whacks out a woman’s hormone balance.

The best you can do as her lover is to use organic coconut and avocado oil to lubricate and get her wet and juicy as you warm up her erectile tissue and coax her to ejaculate to come out.

You may want to put a waterproof sheet on the bed to contain the ejaculate.

The liquid is natural (not pee) and tastes like water with a hint of fresh hay.

Giving or having female ejaculatory orgasms is incredibly life-affirming, releasing, and rejuvenating.

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