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Let Them Eat Clit

Contrary to popular misinformation, the clitoris is NOT the be-all and end-all for women.

In fact, if a woman is only experiencing clitoral orgasms, then it’s likely that she is suffering from signs of FUKME.

She may also believe that she has a low libido or doesn’t really like sex that much.

And why would she?

If all she ever has is clitoral orgasms, she’s not likely to view sex as the life-changing, transcendent, wildly pleasurable and self-actualizing experience that it is.

Because all of these qualities are found in the vagina.

Not outside of it.

The clitoris is a lovely little warmup, great to get the juices flowing, and to prepare a woman to dive deeper.

But it’s not the final resting place.

It’s literally the tip of the iceberg.

90% of all that is significant is under the surface.

You’ve got to go deep, to go deep.

Your woman may be convinced that she’s just “one of those women who can’t have vaginal orgasms”—which is the refrain uttered by incompetent and ignorant sex advisors like OBGYNs and other such sexually inexperienced people: “Oh, there, there, little girl,” pats woman on the head, “not all women can have vaginal orgasms.”

In fact, I’ve seen women get very angry that anyone would suggest they can have vaginal orgasms.

That’s FUKME in action.

I mean, yeah. Who would suggest such a thing?

ME!

I guarantee that all women can.

If your woman isn’t experiencing deeper vaginal pleasure, there can be lots of reasons for this, ranging from a numb vagina, to past sexual trauma, to being afraid to really, deeply let go and open up, to simply being told by sexually repressed people (often “scientists” and rabidly underfucked OBGYNs) that “not all women can.”

They can and they will.

If they have the right tools.

You, superior lover, are going to get her there.

You, know that a woman won’t be even remotely satisfied with only clitoral orgasms and that in order for her to reach her true sexual—and life potential—she needs to connect with her vagina.

And make it the power source that it was meant to be:

Her engine and birthing apparatus for all things in her life.

When a woman claims that she “is just one of those women who can’t”, understand that she—and possibly you—have simply bought into the dominant, but misinformed rhetoric out there.

It’s not true.

I have had women go home and have their very first G-Spot orgasms just because I assured them they could.

They believed me.

And that was enough.

Also know that a woman’s disinterest in sex could be because the clitoris is a pretty superficial sexual experience.

If I’d only every had clitoral orgasms, I wouldn’t be where I am today.

In my overall life, my career, and in my bed.

I wouldn’t be able to talk about sex as the deep, transformative experience that it is.

Your part in the equation is to persuade and persist.

And demonstrate.

I made a video last week about the importance of Cockfidence in men.

This is one of the essential skills you need to get her over the edge and into the promised land of vaginal orgasms.

That, and actual skills.

Stimulating the G-Spot and the cervix to the point of orgasm in women takes a number of them.

Though the number one skill you can offer her is your unfettered presence.

In your energy, your hands, and your cock.

Yes, when I say ALL women, I mean ALL women.

Even women without cervixes can have cervical orgasms.

And they need them. As daily sustenance.

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I’m dishing on all of it—orgasm technique, presence and cockfidence in the upcoming Sexual Mastery for Men Salon.

You can check out the free video preview series here.

~ Kxx

Image: Pierre dal Carso

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