Great s_ex is all about spontaneity and exploration—assuming, of course, you have her consent—but there are a few parts of her body you shouldn’t touch willy-nilly.
Here are four such spots you’re better off avoiding.
If you reach her cervix during s_ex, recognize that something is wrong. Remember, this is the narrow canal that connects the va_gina to the uterus—where babies grow. That isn’t a place you want to go, so don’t knock on the door.
For starters, it’s painful for her to have something rammed against her cervix, and it could be a sign that you need to shift for a position with shallower penetration.
But it could also mean that she isn’t warmed up enough. Her ut_erus will actually “lift” upwards when she’s s_exually arou sed, making her v_aginal cavity a few inches deeper than when she isn’t turned on.
So don’t skimp on for eplay, and don’t service her c ervix.
The Head Of Her Cl1toris
This might seem counter intuitive, but the cli_toris—which is full of super sensitive nerve endings—can sometimes feel too intense when it’s stimulated directly. Touching the c_lit0ris head-on, especially if she’s really aroused, can feel too severe.
Especially if she’s sporting socks. A study from Johns Hopkins University showed that wearing socks in the sack can increase 0_rgasm potential, for both