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12. Circling

In the language of caresses, there are multiple ways to define a circle: oval shapes, round and round, figures of eight... But the most important thing is to know is where the most sensitive points are, and which of these circling movements to replicate.


The most sensitive point is not always in the centre, and obviously varies from one woman to another. Very often this point moves as you touch yourself, or it can change depending on the day, your mood, or your menstrual cycles.

25% of women reported that one side of their clitoris was more sensitive than the other, and that they became more aroused by caressing only on the left or right side of the clitoris. CLIMAX, 2019 study.

The most sensitive point can also be further from the clitoris than you might think!

Remember that the bud-like part of the clitoris that we can see - the glans - is only the tip of a surprisingly complex iceberg. Don’t forget that the clitoris is a large organ, stretching 3.5 to 4.5 inches, reaching deep inside the body.

Clitoris: a large organ with a total length of 3.5 to 4.5 inches (= 11 centimeters) hidden inside the pubic bone.

So even if you don't touch the clitoris directly, keep in mind that it’s stretching almost everywhere!

Place your finger in the cleft between your labia majora and labia minora, then slide it up and down to the right several times. Repeat the same movement on the left.


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