My girlfriend told me about a technique that one of her ex-boyfriends used to do to her, and she asked me if I would do it to her. She explained it as follows: You hold the entire length of the hood of the clitoris between your thumb and forefinger and slide it up towards the patch and down towards the vagina."
I did the technique on her. I held her labia open with the thumb and forefinger of my left hand, and then I placed the thumb and forefinger of my right hand on either side of the hood of her clit and I held as much of it between my fingers as I could gather. I used half inch strokes in a direction up towards her patch and down towards her vagina. I could feel the length of the clit slide up and down inside of the hood of the clit. This felt incredible for her and gave her a powerful orgasm. I jokingly said "Instead of calling it the 'John technique,' we'll call it the 'nip it in the bud' technique." She chuckled and agreed.
On later occasions, I would move my thumb up while moving my forefinger down, and then the thumb down and the forefinger up. It is kind of like rotating the hood of the clit around the length of the clit. This felt even better for her.
Then the next time we were together, I got her clit really excited and pressed my thumb and forefinger down hard in order to grab as much of the hood of her clit as I could. When she is really excited, her clit can actually take being handled more aggressively. This time I pulled the hood up in a direction away from her body and then down towards her body. She instantly loved that and said "Oh Yes! That feels as if I have a cock and it is getting jacked off!" Of course, this sent her ballistic and gave her a spectacular orgasm.
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"They're just girls." Mark Cunningham
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