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How to Give the Perfect Hand Job by Brooks Peters

  Sex means more than intercourse; exploring all the different variations
  enhances your sex life and keeps it from getting stale.  Masturbating your
  partner can be very exciting for both of you.  So, read on and learn how to
  let your fingers do the walking.

  Mutual masturbation can be a thrilling experience, but first, we need to
  study the basics of manual technique.  Most men feel women aren't skilled at
  handling penises.  Their grips are too limp, lacking conviction and
  exuberance.  They seem afraid to apply pressure, yet often pull or tug at
  inappropriate moments, disrupting the rhythm.  They also have a tendency to
  scratch.  Clearly, we all need to be more knowledgeable about the proper
  methods of mutual masturbation.  Either you or your partner can perform the
  following exercises.  But it is written with an experienced woman in mind.

  The first concern is always a matter of size.  Is it large or small?
  Somewhere in between?  No issue has ever received greater attention than
  the size of a man's penis.  Man's obsession with cock size is probably a
  mental vestige of his primitive primate past, but as far as human sexuality
  is concerned, it's a waste of time.  A large penis doesn't have any effect
  on a woman's physical enjoyment unless she has a deep-seated psychological
  attachment to well-endowed men.

 How about its shape?  Is it curved like a boomerang or is it straight like an
 arrow?  Does your fist fit around the spongy mass of the shaft?  Does your
 hand completely engulf it?  This is good because you can squeeze it all at
 once.  But don't be an organ grinder.  Be gentle, yet firm.  If the penis
 has an unusual girth, your hand may not completely encircle it.  In such
 cases, try both hands to insure you don't miss any of the tender areas while

  Explore every square inch of his genital surface area.  A man loves to have
  his penis worshipped, played with, tickled, fondled, massaged.  Let him know
  that you are not afraid, ashamed or disgusted.

 Don't start stroking or jerking quite yet.  Just feel the fullness of it all.
 Let your fingers run from the balls to the top of the cock head, swirl around
 there, then slide back down the other half and end back down at the balls.
 The movements should be swift and smooth, without bumping or stalling.

 Now you're ready for some stepped-up action, but you don't want to suddenly
 lapse into a series of beatings, whackings, jackings and jerkings.  Tease the
 more sensitive areas of the penis.  These include: the glans and corona, and
 the tender part of the bottom side of his penis.

  Bring your palm up to the top of the glans and park it there flat out,
  fingers held together and stiff, thumb pointed straight out.  Spin it around
  as if you were trying desperately to remove the tight lid of a jar.  Your
  man will be groaning in delicious agony.  The glans is super sensitive and
  this motion will bring him exquisite pleasure.  He might grimace and cry
  out, and probably try to push your hand away, but he's loving every second
  of it.  Now's your chance to be the one who plows ahead even though he's
  pleading with you to stop!

  After you've done this for a while, slip your hand down his testicles and
  ever-so-gently grab them in your fingers, softly tugging them down away from
  his shaft.  If they are big and bulky, like Grade AA eggs, bounce them up
  and down a couple of times in your hand.  Tell him how heavy they feel, how
  sexy they are.  Whatever you do, don't squeeze them!  This could put a real
  damper on your lovemaking for the rest of the day.  You might notice that
  one of his nuts hangs lower than the other.  This is perfectly normal.
  Once you feel comfortable with the way his balls feel in your hand, gently
  roll them up the underside of his shaft.  Depending on their size and the
  amount of room in the scrotum, they will most likely reach to half way of
  his penis.  He will like the way this feels.

  Now, let go of his testicles and bring your fingers together in a makeshift
  goosehead formation.  Very lightly, begin to stroke his erection with your
  fingers, running them all over his sensitive shaft and balls.  You may wish
  to slip the pocket of your goosehead handhold over the tip of his penis,
  letting it rest there for a few seconds.

 About this time, the penis will probably start to emit its natural lubricant.
 Pre-seminal fluid is nature's way of moistening the canal of the urethra so
 that the spermatozoa can swim more easily out of it; it also lubricates the
 head of the penis.  An uncircumcised penis gathers up this lubricant within
 the foreskin and keeps the head very moist and slick.  Use the juice to
 lubricate the shaft.  Sometimes, its musky smell can be an aromatic
 aphrodisiac for you both.

  If there is little or no pre-cum, don't be concerned.  It is not a
  requirement, and it doesn't always appear at exactly the same time.

  In any case a good lubricant will work just as well.  Add a drop of
  moisturizing lotion to the shaft and gently rub it in.  Alexandra Penney, in
  her book, "How to Make Love to a Man", is very keen on massaging the lotion
  between one's hands before putting it on the penis because sometimes the
  cream is cold and the palm-rubbing warms it up.

 If your partner doesn't seem to have a very firm erection, try using a
 cinnamon-based ointment which you can find at your local sex novelty store or
 acquire through a mail catalog.  The slight burning sensation often causes
 the penis to become rock-hard.  Adding a little dab to the testicles also
 helps.  If you really want to do a number on him, slip a dollop of Ben-Gay
 on his balls and watch him go through the roof.

 One of the secrets of great manual sex is varying your hand motions. Here are
 a few indispensable techniques:

  Use both hands, alternating back and forth in a pattern you develop to offer
  him the most arousal.  He will notice the difference.  Don't get into a
  routine where the strokes are dull, and noncommittal.  Give it to him good.
  Get him to the point where he's singing out, "I second that hand motion!"

 How about going double or nothing!  Bring both well-lubricated hands down on
 his shaft.  Some cocks are so big they require both hands.  If your partner's
 doesn't, then use the other hand to caress and lightly flutter his balls, or
 tighten around the base of his shaft.  If both hands fit along the length of
 the shaft, move then together, up and down, in the typical pumping motion.
 Pretend you're holding a baseball bat and are about to score a grand slam.
 You can also vary the directions of your hands, one up, one down at the same
 time.  There's no doubt that two hands are better than one.

 Bring one hand down, letting it stroke the penis from the top all the way to
 the bottom.  When it hits the bottom, release it.  Meanwhile you're bringing
 your corresponding hand down to the top of the shaft, creating an alternating
 beating motion, hence the name "anvil stroke." Think of those blacksmith duos
 who keep up a double beat pounding motion as they beat that rod of iron on a
 piping-hot anvil.

  Not many people have heard of the "shuttle cock," but it's one of the best.
  Take the penis in both hands, fingers lightly touching the sides of the

  shaft.  In order to visualize the position, think of yourself holding a
  clarinet. Now flick the penis back and forth between your two hands by
  holding on to the loose skin of the shaft.  Shuttling it back and forth in
  this manner may not seem incredibly thrilling to him at first, but pretty
  soon, as it builds up momentum, it will drive him out of his mind.  Orgasms
  encountered via this method are sometimes messy, but always memorable.

  Place both of your hands side by side against his shaft like a pair of
  bookends.  Now push hard against his penis.  Then lift your hands up and
  down.  Continue in this manner for a while.  The constant tugging of the
  skin around the balls and the mons pubis will do the trick.

  Place your hands down on either side, your fingers pointing away from the
  cock.  Pretend you're a campfire girl and start spinning his pecker like a
  stick of wood.  This way you'll keep the home fires burning for a long time
  to come.

  Tighten your thumb and forefinger around the base of the shaft, pressing
  down on the balls.  This will cut off the blood (acting as an impromptu cock
  ring) and help you steady the shaft in your hand.  If the skin on it is
  slick and immutable, you can stroke the penis with more friction, thereby
  enhancing the excruciating experience.

  As you are stroking him, lightly pull on the wispy strands of pubic hair
  sprouting from his testicles.  Don't pull so hard that you remove them, but
  tease them gently, lovingly.  This will make him holler with delight and awe
  at your inventiveness.

  Tickle his balls with one hand while the other jerks him up and down.

  Use the hand that is currently unemployed to firmly but lovingly pat his
  inner thighs.

  Place your fist against his perineum as you're stroking him. He'll probably
  start opening his legs a little wider, giving you more space to press
  against.  Guaranteed to drive him wild.

  As always, it is the psychological impact of what you are doing that makes
  the sex so satisfying.  Let your mind escape into the uncharted wilderness
  of fantasy.  As a sexual pioneer, it is your manifest destiny to explore the
  outer limits of your sensuality.

  From: (wishes to remain anonymous)

  "How to give the perfect handjob" has inspired the following additions.

  All of the techniques below require good lubrication... Vaseline or
  alboline are recommended.  A fifty/fifty mixture of these two lubricants
  is excellent.

  THE MILKER Opposite of the Anvil - Hands alternate 'milking' up the penis,
   starting at the base and working all the way up past the tip.

  THE PERPETUAL PENETRATION Like the Anvil, but rather than just grabbing
   the penis at the top, let his penis 'penetrate' into your fist on each
   stroke.  Before the head of his penis pops out of your hand, bring the
   other hand up for the next penetration.  This way it seems to him like
   he is penetrating deeper and deeper into an infinite vagina.  Make sure
   you keep the penetration continuous for best results.  Try faster or
   slower to taste.

  THE PALM SWIRL - Use your open palm to swirl around the head, the way
   your tongue would lick an ice cream cone.   This sensitizes the head,
   and will make it get larger and turn (even more) red.  Try reversing
   direction for a surprise.

  TINY CIRCLES - As in "The Palm Swirl", use your open palm on his glans,
   but stop at each "hour of the clock", and make circular motions with
   your open palm. This will make this part of the head EXTREMELY sensitive,
   so move to the next hour after a few circles.

  THE RING - Make a ring with your thumb and forefinger, and pump up and
   down with this ring.  When you get to the top, close the ring, then make
   him squeeze his way in as you slide back down to the bottom.

  THE DOOR KNOB - Turn the head of his penis like a you're trying to open a
   door knob coated with grease.  It won't turn, but he may flip.   Now try
   turning the other way.  Repeat.

  THE SHAFT - Stroke only his shaft, ignoring the head.  You will notice it
   swelling and turning red.  When it's bright red and rock hard, use the
   Door Knob, the Palm Swirl, or the Perpetual Penetration.

  THE SPOT PINCH -- Lightly and slowly run a finger up the under side of
   his cock.  Ask him to tell you where the most sensitive spot is.  Pinch
   it, squeeze it, nibble it, tease it.  This is a good spot to pinch to
   turn a soft cock rock solid.


c3-5. What is circumcision and why is it done?

 From: Travis Lee Winfrey

 "Male circumcision is the surgical removal of the foreskin from the
 penis.  When performed in a hospital, it is usually done shortly
 after birth by a doctor or midwife.  Circumcisions are also given to
 Jewish boys by a _mohel_ in a ceremony seven days after birth.  Some
 (all?)  Islamic boys are circumcised when they are older, around 12.
 The majority of American boys are circumcised.

 Common reasons for circumcision include: better hygiene, "normal" or
 "better" appearance, and "his penis should look like his father's."
 Common reasons against circumcision include: it is no longer
 necessary for hygienic reasons; it is a painful, barbaric practice;
 possibility of infection or surgical error; "normal" or "better"
 appearance; "his penis should look like his father's."; and "greater
 sensitivity of uncircumcised penis."

 Female circumcision is used to refer to a variety of practices,
 including the removal of the clitoral hood.  It is primarily
 practised in Northern Africa.''


c3-6. What is the Venus butterfly?

  This is allegedly a technique which is supposed to do orgasmic wonders.
  It was mentioned in an episode of L.A. Law, but of course, was never
  explained.  Some people have suggested a method that might fit
  the name:  Put your palms together, finger to finger, spread your
  fingers, and insert one pair of fingers into the vagina, another into
  the anus, plus another pair, stimulating the clitoris.  This provides a
  sort of triple stimulation.


c3-7. What are the contents of semen?

  From _SEX A TO Z_ by Robert M. Goldenson, Ph.D., and Kenneth N. Anderson
  Copyright 1989 by Walter D. Glanze, Pub. by World Almanac, P. 243:

  Semen content -
     a term usually referring to the total content of semen (whereas the
     term semen analysis usually refers to the analysis of sperm).  The
     question of semen content arises especially among persons who
     regularly swallow semen, as in fellatio, and who are concerned about
     calorie intake and nutritional substances.  The average ejaculate of
     aboutonia, ascorbic acid, blood-group antigens, calcium, chlorine,
     cholesterol, choline, citric acid, creatine, deoxyribonucleic acid
     (DNA), fructose, glutathione, hyaluronidase, inositol, lactic acid,
     magnesium, nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, purine, pyrimidine, pyruvic
     acid, sodium, sorbitol, spermidine, spermine, urea, uric acid, vitamin
     b12, zinc...For analysis of sperm, see SEMEN ANALYSIS.

  Note FRUCTOSE and SODIUM (salt) ARE listed.


c3-8.  Does what I eat affect the taste of semen/vaginal fluids?

  From: unknown

  The old adage "You are what you eat" has been known for a long time.
  I have heard that the Chinese, most of whom have a genetic trait
  commonly known as Lactose Intolerance, think that Westerners "smell
  funny" and this has been attributed to the milk in the Western diet.

  Regarding vegetables, one of my old girlfriends had a habit of eating a
  lot of sweet fruits and veggies; she tasted wonderful.  On the other
  hand, Xaviera Hollander (The Happy Hooker; Call Me Madam) once gave
  advice to a man who was seriously considering becoming a gigolo:  Don't
  eat spicy foods.  Your customers will smell it in your natural odor and
  may end up tasting it in your semen--a bad experience to receive.


c3-9. What is and where is the G-Spot?

  FIRST ARTICLE (Author: unknown)

  G wiz aka g-spot aka Grafenberg spot

       1) The g-spot exists in all women.
       2) sensitivity varies.
       3) Reaction/interpretation/openness varies.

  G-spot IS female analog to prostate.  It really does exist.

  The road map (can by used by a man/woman with a woman partner or
  a woman on herself).

  Start from the pubic bone, it is the bone running across the
  lower end of the abdominal region -- between the thighs and
  a little above the clitoris and labia.  The g-spot is behind
  this bone -- so you need to find a way around to the other side.
  Fortunately, there is an alternate approach in women -- up the
  vagina.  The walls of the vagina are somewhat wrinkly, a testimony
  to how much the vagina can stretch (say to the size of a babies
  head).  On the forward surface there is a smoother patch in about
  2 knuckles (1.5-3 inches, 3.5-7 cm.).  If a woman was to lay her
  palm on to of her clitoris and curl a finger (or fingers) in to
  the vagina in to a loose clench, the tips would be in the right
  region.  The g-spot is buried under some layers of tissue so it
  may take some pressure to stimulate this area.

  Repeating some general hints.

       Arousal of the g-spot is usually more effective if the
       woman is already sexually aroused.

       Sharp or long nails are probably a no-no.
       Some pressure may be necessary.  Two fingers are usually
       employed -- esp. since few people use mechanical
       typewriters (which would give fingers strength and endurance).

       Initial sensations in the woman may be a) discomfort, an urge
       to urinate (the urethra from the bladder is being stimulated),
       or a pleasurable sensation.

       As stimulation continues (few minutes), the g-spot will begin
       to swell.  "Continued stimulation of the area _may_ result in
       an orgasm that is often quite intense."  [see above regarding
       being sexually aroused -- first.  No arousal -- no orgasm].

       Ejaculation is possible, but the fluid is different from
       vaginal secretions and from urine.

       This does not work for all women.  Discuss with your intimates.
       Compare notes.

  For some women, this area may receive stimulus in penile-vaginal
  intercourse given the right angles.  Rear entry ("doggie style")
  may facilitate penile pressure in this region.

  If the partner you are playing with is a man, you can try for a similar
  effect on his prostate entering through his anus -- Long or sharp nails
  are a big NO-NO.  You might want to use glove or condom over fingers. I
  should not need to say: DO NOT allow fecal material on or around woman's

  Note this can actually cause an ejaculation from a man without orgasm or
  an intense orgasm or something in between or nothing at all.


  Practice safe sex.  No exchange of bodily fluids -- blood, feces (which
  may contain blood), semen, or female ejaculum; unless you both have been
  monogamous ....

  SECOND ARTICLE (author: Peter A. Merel)
  ok, I got a copy of this thing from two different people, and it was
  the same manual, so I guess this is the authentic one after all.

  I also received an interesting letter from a girl in California that
  claimed she had written the g-spot manual. I would leave her address,
  but she probably wouldn't like that so if you want it, drop me a note
  and I'll give it to ya.

  Well, good luck finding it! I know I'll be having some fun tonight!

  Okay, I've found G-spots in three women of my acquaintance. Two of them were
  completely delighted with the discovery, and the other one wasn't real
  crazy about it no matter what. Chacun a son gout. It took some time and
  patience for one of the delighted ones, but the other delighted one reckoned
  that she'd hit it by accident a few times and just not known what happened.
  She responded immediately, and with gusto.

  Now I guess it's time for sex-ed 101, so listen up all of you who have a
  sexual interest in female anatomy. The rest of you probably ought to hit
  'n' now.

  7 will get you 2 that not a single netter hit 'n'. Well, let's start with a
  nice juicy diagram. You'll have to bear with my ability to render in
  ASCII. In an ideal world I'd sit one of the secretaries on top of the fax
  machine, but, sadly, we are restricted to text here.
  If you have access to      #########       These hashes are supposed
  a set of female genitals    #######        to be pubic hair covering
  I'd suggest that you         #####         the pudendum.
  compare them with this        ###
  schematic. Single females
  might like to use a mirror    /U\          U is the clitoris
  (or two) to verify that     /' . `\        . is the urethra
  they're set up like this.  /'  _  `\       The rest of the characters
  I should probably say     { | / \ | }      are supposed to be the outer
  that this is intended to  { ` \ / ' }      lips (labia majora), the inner
  represent a view of the    \ ` ~ ' /       lips (labia minora), and the
  genitals with legs spread,  \ ` ' /        vagina (or is that vulva?)
  looking up through the torso  ~|~
  as if the woman were a         O           O is the anus

  For those who never had a close look before and are a bit worried, I
  ought to say that, except when quite sincerely aroused, female genitals
  are usually not this clearly set out. The clitoris likes to hide under
  it's own little hood, the lips stick pretty close to one another, and it
  is quite likely that if the owner of the genitals is standing up and
  unaroused you won't really see more than some enticing tufts of hair and
  maybe the outer lips. Folks whose knowledge of these matters derives
  mainly from Playboy pictorials may be quite surprised that there's more
  here than 'just a hole'.

  Traditionally it was thought that all of the sensation available from the
  female genitals derived from the lips, entrance to the vagina, and
  especially the clitoris. In other words, what you see above. It was
  thought that the interior of the vagina was practically numb to sexual

  Now one of those old coots who spent the seventies sticking their noses
  into other people's intimate businesses was a guy called Grafenberg, if
  memory serves. Dr G. had this theory that there was an area within the
  vagina, which was called the Grafenberg spot or G spot, which not only was
  sexually sensitive but which could trigger bigger and better female
  orgasms than the clit and the exterior bits could by themselves.

  Now the trouble with Dr G.'s claim was that not everyone seemed to be
  able to find this spot, which he reckoned was analogous with the male
  prostate gland, and those that did find it didn't necessarily like it
  much, and so there was some controversy, especially in the popular press.
  A number of folks who did find it and did like it eventually sussed out
  the mechanics of the spot, and over the last few years there've been a
  number of quite good books about it.

  The story is basically this: The G-spot is a flat area about as big as
  a one or two cent piece, about two inches inside the vagina. It's just
  behind the pubic bone, on the vaginal wall that is closest to the
  belly-button. You can reach it with your index finger. If the genitals
  you're playing with are not very aroused then you might have difficulty
  finding it, or it might not feel very interesting or nice to the owner.

  The trick is to make those genitals very aroused, and then have a go at
  the G-spot. The best way is probably cunnilingus, which is latin for
  having a lick, but any technique that provides good stimulation of the
  clitoris will do for starters.

  Now bear in mind that I'm skipping over a lot here. I strongly recommend
  a good deal of foreplay before diving into a woman's muff, like at least
  half an hour, and longer if you like. If you can manage dinner and a good
  bath beforehand, even better. Actually, I reckon that a bath or a shower
  before sex is a reasonably good idea anyway, because we're dealing with
  equipment that can be quite off-putting if it's on the nose when it's on
  the nose, if you take my meaning. Besides, bathing is fun.

  So, presuming that your woman is content with the preliminaries and
  you're going hunting, you're going to have to begin by relaxing. Softly
  Softly Catchee Monkey. If you're so pent up that slamming your dick in
  the door has a pleasurable side to it (sorry feminists, I'm not certain
  what the female equivalent to that state is) then forget all this until
  you've had a bloody good rogering or two.

  Once you've achieved a state of patient interest, slowly start to
  stimulate the clitoris. You've got to be really careful here, because
  clitori are damned sensitive little beggars, and too much of a good thing
  is not really a good thing at all. Also, different clitori like different

  Some like quite direct stimulation, some prefer one side or the other,
  others are so sensitive that they like you to mainly stick to the clitoral
  hood or the labia. Some like a circular motion, and others like to be
  lightly flicked back and forth. The best way to find out what your
  clitoris likes is to ask it's owner, and if she doesn't know then do some
  experimentation. That's fun too, so don't get pissed off if it takes a
  little while to figure out what's good for you.

  As I said, my preferred method is cunnilingus, but if the owner of your
  clitoris doesn't like that for some reason ("no, my dear, it's not
  germy and it does taste rather nice") then you'll have to use your
  fingers.  I find that the best thing for clitori is a nice regular
  stroke, with regular exotic interludes. Basically it's the same thing
  as for penises - you don't want all sorts of unpredictable jerking around,
  and you don't want to feel like it's caught in a vise, and you don't want
  it to feel like it's attached to a reciprocating engine going at 5000 revs.
  Take it easy.  If the owner of your clitoris wants more stimulation you'll
  notice her writhing around and pushing it at you. If she wants less then
  she'll draw away. If it's just right then she'll sit where she is and
  enjoy it.  Pay attention to what she does.

  So, you've got a nice regular stroke going - say, seven strokes and then
  something exotic, and then another seven strokes and another something
  exotic. Of course the G spot is in the vagina, and you're going to
  have to know what's going on in there if you're going to find it and
  do something with it. Slowly insert a finger or two. Don't grab, because
  that can be rude and distracting.

  Now hopefully the vagina that you're dealing with is well lubricated, but
  that won't necessarily be the case. If you spend a long time at this even
  the juiciest woman can start to dry out, so it never hurts to have a
  little lubricant handy, just in case. I'd recommend K-Y jelly, which you
  should be able to find at any chemist, but there are lots of alternatives.
  One that I wouldn't recommend is vaseline - too thick. Another is baby
  oil - too thin, and besides we should conserve the babies :-)

  You can entertain yourself by running your finger around the inside of
  the vagina, trying to discern its shape. Unless your female is coming
  (having an orgasm), you should probably find that the vagina is
  reasonably form-fitting, although some are tighter than others. If your
  female is not coming or consciously causing contractions you'll probably
  find that the vagina isn't doing anything in particular, just sitting
  there and producing lubricant. If you bring your finger to the front
  wall of the vagina then you'll find it less yielding than the rest,
  because there is a bone in front of it called the pubic bone, part of
  the pelvis. If you feel along this unyielding section or just beyond you
  may find a slightly raised area. This is the G spot. It might not be
  raised, but it will engorge once your female starts to come.

  Don't poke this spot yet. Don't do anything with it, yet. At best you
  won't have any effect, and at worst you'll be distracting. You've got
  to wait for your female to start to come. Now this might happen in
  thirty seconds, or it might take an hour, and you've just got to be
  patient and keep things regular and smooth. You'll be able to tell your
  woman is coming when:

  - she tells you
  - she moans one hell of a lot and her breathing changes
  - she flushes, over her face, neck and/or chest
  - her vagina begins to flutter rhythmically around your finger

  You may see all of these things, or you may see none of them. If you
  miss an orgasm, don't stop unless you or she wants to. Women have
  startling recuperative powers, particularly when they're receiving the
  right level of attention, and generosity is its own reward. Multiple
  orgasms are not mythical.

  Once you believe that your woman is coming you should shift your
  attention from the clitoris to the G spot. Keep up the same rhythm, but
  use more pressure. You may want to keep some sort of contact with the
  clitoris, but just as a penis becomes supersensitive during orgasm, to
  the point of discomfort, so can a clit.

  As with the clitoris, you should pay attention to whether the woman
  pushes towards you, draws away from you or just sits there to gauge the
  amount of pressure you're giving. You probably won't need to vary your
  speed much, but pay attention to what she says she wants.

  Now as you go at the G spot you'll find that your woman keeps coming
  for longer than you've seen before. You may even experience that most
  startling of sexual phenomena, a female ejaculation. I've seen three of
  these (actually I got a mouthful), but I can't say whether the fluid
  comes from the vagina or the urethra. It's quite nice, sort of like salad
  dressing. It's definitely not urine, and it is probably polite and
  hopefully reciprocal to swallow it.

  Keep going at that G spot. Eventually you will feel the vagina draw away
  from your finger - it becomes bigger and the walls get taut, and not
  form-fitting, sort of like a little cave. When it does this it's time
  to switch back to the clitoris. Keep up the same rhythm. When the vagina
  begins to contract on your finger again, go back to the G spot.

  If you keep this up for a while (and if the owner of your female
  genitals wants to stop, then stop - this isn't a competition), you'll
  find that the nature of the vaginal contractions changes. The cave effect
  becomes less and less frequent and you can spend more and more time with
  the G spot. Also, the contractions in the vagina become less simple
  squeezing and fluttering, and more a sort of reverse swallowing - a
  contraction that starts deep within the vagina and travels to its
  entrance. It feels a bit like the vagina is trying to push your finger
  out. Eventually (may take hours and patience and many tries) you've got
  nothing but these push-out contractions, and you can go on as long as the
  owner of the genitals wants to, and your tongue and fingers don't wear
  out. If you go on this long you're almost certainly going to need some
  extra lubricant, so be prepared.

  There you have it. At least in my experience, women can have orgasms
  that last orders of magnitude longer and seem to be much better than
  those that men can have. I guess I better add a disclaimer that all of
  this is only one man's experience, and I could be completely wrong about
  the female genitals that you have. I'm not certain there is such a thing
  as device independence where sexual equipment is concerned. I don't think
  that any of the things I've advocated can do you any harm, but see your
  doctor if you've doubts. The main thing is to have fun. Happy fucking.

  THIRD ARTICLE (for those who prefer a more scientific approach)

  From: N51LS801@ncsuvm.cc.ncsu.edu
  Message-ID: <167B7BB6F.N51LS801@ncsuvm.cc.ncsu.edu>
  Date: 27 Mar 92 18:19:42 GMT

  The following information about female ejaculation and the
  Grafenberg  spot is quoted from a widely used, frequently revised
  college text on  human sexuality:  Robert Crooks and Karla Baur,
  OUR SEXUALITY,  4th ed. (Redwood City, CA:

  Benjamin/Cummings Pub. Co., 1990),  117, 206-208.  [HQ21.C698
  1990]  Cited references are given at the  end of the selection.

      The Grafenberg spot is an area located within the anterior (or
  front)  wall of the vagina, about one centimetre from the surface and
  one-third  to one-half way in from the vaginal opening.  It is reported
  to consist of  a system of glands (Skene's glands) and ducts that
  surround the urethra  (Heath, 1984).  This area is believed to be the
  female counterpart of the  male prostate gland and to develop from the
  same embryonic tissue  (Belzer, 1981; Heath, 1984).
        The Grafenberg spot has generated considerable interest because
  of  reports that some women experience sexual arousal, orgasm, or
  perhaps  an ejaculation of fluid when stimulated there. There is wide
  variation in  response from person to person (Zaviacic et al., 1988).
        In the last few years, a number of studies have reported that some
  women are capable of experiencing orgasm, and perhaps ejaculation,
  when an area along the anterior wall of the vagina is vigorously
  stimulated (Addiego et al., 1981; Alzate & Hoch, 1986; Belzer, 1981;
  Perry & Whipple, 1981; Sevely & Bennet, 1978; Whipple &
  Komisaruk, 1988; Zaviacic et al., 1988).  This area of erotic
  sensitivity  ... has been named the Grafenberg spot (or G spot) in
  honor of Ernest  Grafenberg (1950), a gynecologist who first noted
  the erotic  significance of this location within the vagina 40 years ago.
  However,  the presence of glandular structures in this area was noted
  in the medical  literature over 100 years ago (Skene, 1880).  Recently,
  it has been  suggested that the Grafenberg spot is not a point that can
  be touched by  the tip of one finger but, rather, fairly large area
  composed of the lower  anterior wall of the vagina and the underlying
  urethra and surrounding  glands.  Adequate stimulation of this much
  vaginal tissue may require  use of "the full breadth of the middle two
  fingers and at least two thirds  of their lengths" (Heath, 1984, p. 205)
        Robert Mallon (1984), a pathologist and medical researcher,
  recently  presented evidence of glandular material similar to prostate
  tissue in the  Grafenberg area of 42 females examined by postmortem
  autopsies.   Corroboration of this research was provided by another
  study in which  complete urethras and surrounding tissue from 17
  autopsied females and  a portion of a urethra from one surgical
  specimen were examined.  Over  80% of the specimens had
  prostatelike glandular tissue, the majority of  which contained
  substances known to be produced by the male prostate  (Heath,
        The Grafenberg spot, or area, may be located by "systematic
  palpation of the entire anterior wall of the vagina between the posterior
  side of the pubic bone and the cervix.  Two fingers are usually
  employed, and it is often necessary to press deeply into the tissue to
  reach the spot"  (Perry & Whipple, 1981, p. 29).  This exploration
  may  conducted by a woman's partner, as shown in Figure 6.9
  [Diagram  omitted]  Some women are able to locate their Grafenberg
  spot through  self-exploration. (206)
        During initial searching for the sometimes elusive Grafenberg
  spot, a  woman or her partner must rely on the sensations produced by
  manual  stimulation.  When the area is located, women report a variety
  of initial  sensations, including a slight feeling of discomfort, a brief
  sensation of  needing to urinate, or a pleasurable feeling.  After a
  minute or more of  stroking the sensations usually become more
  pleasurable, and the area  may begin to swell to a discernible size.
  Continued stimulation of the  area may result in an orgasm that is often
  quite intense.
        Perhaps the most amazing thing about Grafenberg spot orgasms is
  that they are sometimes accompanied by the ejaculation of fluid from
  the  urethral opening.  Four researchers describe their observation of
  this  event:

        [Begin quote]  With the aid of the subject's husband, four of us
  (Addiego, Belzer, Perry, and Whipple) were able to observe her
  response to digital massage of her Grafenberg spot, which led to
  expulsion of liquid, and reportedly and apparently to orgasm, on
  several  occasions.  On none of these occasions did stimulation of the
  clitoris,  direct or otherwise, appear to occur.  Orgasmic expulsions
  occurred  after less than a minute of stimulation; they were separated
  in a multi- orgasmic series by similarly brief periods of time.  The
  urethral area was  clearly exposed in bright light, and there was
  absolutely no doubt that  the liquid was expelled from the urethral
  meatus.  Sometimes it exuded  from the meatus.  At other times it was
  expelled from one to a few  centimetres.  On one observer occasion,
  expulsion was of sufficient  force to create a series of we spots
  covering a distance of more than a  meter.  (Addiego et al., 1981, p.
  17) [End quote] (207)
        Research indicates that the source of this fluid is the "female
  prostate" .... The ducts from this system empty directly into the
  urethra.   In some women Grafenberg orgasms result in fluid being
  forced  through these ducts and out the urethra.  In view of the
  homologous  nature of the Grafenberg spot tissue and the male prostate,
  we might  speculate that the female ejaculate is similar to the prostatic
  component  of male seminal fluid.  This notion has been supported by one
  study in  which specimens of female ejaculate were chemically analyzed
  and found to contain high levels of an enzyme, prostatic acid phosphatase
  (PAP), characteristic of the prostatic component of semen (Addiego et
  al., 1981).
         Many women report that the fluid has a mild semenlike scent.  A
  later study of six female ejaculators failed to differentiate samples
  of their urine and the fluid they ejaculated during sexual response
  (Goldberg et al., 1983).
         However, a still more recent study of  seven women who ejaculate
  reported that the collected urine and  ejaculate samples differed
  substantially in the amount of PAP present  (Belzer et al., 1984).  The
  inconsistency in these findings may be due,  at least in part, to a
  methodological problem arising from the fact that  both ejaculate and
  urine are delivered through the urethra.
        A very recent study reported finding concentrations of fructose in
  the  female ejaculate (Zaviacic et al., 1988b). (... fructose is a major
  component of male ejaculate.)  The fructose level in the orgasmic
  expulsions of women is considerably higher than that found in their
  urine, a finding that "suggests that the female ejaculate cannot be
  simply  regarded as urine ..." (Zaviacic et al., 1988b, p. 323).  We
  can expect  that the controversy over the biochemistry of the female
  ejaculate will  continue until, hopefully, further research clarifies the
  precise nature of  this fluid.  (208)

  References cited:
  Addiego, F. Belzer, E., Comolli, J., Moger, W., Perry, J. and
    Whipple, B. (1981) Female ejaculation:  A case study. JOURNAL OF
    SEX RESEARCH, 17, 13-21.
  Alzate, H. and Hoch, Z. (1986) The "G spot" and "female ejaculation":
    A current appraisal. JOURNAL OF SEX AND MARITAL THERAPY,  12, 211-220.
  Belzer, E. Orgasmic expulsions of women:  A review and heuristic
    inquiry.   JOURNAL OF SEX RESEARCH, 17, 1-12.
  Goldberg, D., Whipple, B., Fishkin, R., Waxman, H., Fink, P. and
    Weisberg, M. (1983) The Grafenberg spot and female ejaculation:  A
    review of initial hypotheses.  JOURNAL OF SEX AND MARITAL
    THERAPY, 9, 27-37.
  Heath, D. An investigation into the origins of a copious vaginal
    discharge during intercourse -"enough to wet the bed"-that "is not
    urine."  JOURNAL OF SEX RESEARCH, 20, 194-215.
  Mallon, R. (Oct. 1984) Demonstration of vestigial prostatic tissue in
    the  human female. Paper presented at the Annual Regional
    Conference of  American Association of Sex Educators, Counsellors,
    and Therapists,  Las Vegas.
  Perry, J. and Whipple, B. (1981) Pelvic muscle strength of female
    ejaculators: Evidence in support of a new theory of orgasm.
    JOURNAL  OF SEX RESEARCH, 17, 22-39.
  Sevely, J. and Bennett, J. (1979)  Concerning female ejaculation and
    the female prostate.  JOURNAL OF SEX RESEARCH, 14, 1-20.
    Skene, A. (1880) Two important glands of the urethra.  AMERICAN
    JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS, 265, 265-270.
  Whipple, B. and Komisaruk, B. (1988) Analgesia produced in women
    by genital self-stimulation. JOURNAL OF SEX RESEARCH, 24, 130- 140.
  Zaviacic, M., Zaviacicova, A., Holoman, I., and Molcan, J. (1988a)
    Female urethral expulsions evoked by local digital stimulation of the
    G-spot:  Differences in the response patterns.  JOURNAL OF SEX
    RESEARCH, 24, 311-318.
  Zaviacic, M., Dolezalova, S., Holoman, K., Zaviacicova, A., Mikulecky, M.,
    and Bradil, V. (1988b) Concentrations of fructose in female ejaculate
    and urine:  A comparative biochemical study.  JOURNAL OF SEX RESEARCH,
    24, 319-325.


c3-10. How can females ejaculate?  (read c3-9 for related G-spot info)

  From "Christopher K. Howard  "
  Date: 4 March 1992 11:00:27 CST

  I have recently come across an very interesting short film of 15 minute
  length and is entitled "Nice Girls Don't Do It" by K Daymond.  It is a
  documentary styled film which discusses what it is how it is done and then
  gives directions of "how to do it"

  The remaining text is printed without permission

  Female ejaculation, once thought to be normal and a pleasurable part of
  female sexuality came to be a symptom of the hysteric, the content of male
  fantasy, and the property of pornographic woman.

  To accept female ejaculation one has to accept sameness and the equality
  of male and female bodies.

  Both male and female bodies have prostate gland structures along the
  floor of the urethra and have potential to ejaculate fluids during
  sexual stimulation.

  The female body, can ejaculate fluid from 31 ducts, can with stimulation,
  ejaculate repeatedly; and as well, can enjoy a plurality of genital
  pleasure sites; the clitoris, urethra, vagina...

  Female ejaculation can serve only one purpose:  Pleasure

  The film contains scenes which show or describe the following:
  - hot sticky fluids very fluid in nature (looks like urine IMHO)
  - female ejaculation is so much more powerful that it belittles what we
    have always seen to be powerful in man.
  - visible pushing of vagina and urethra through vaginal orifice.
  - forces mans penis out to ejaculate.
  - shows scenes of woman in self bondage
  - 40% of all women ejaculate
  - no high content of urine, contains prostate gland fluid (IMHO the color
    is wrong it is clear where it would need to be opaque)

  The following has been printed without permission:

  Directions on how to ejaculate:


  Find the muscle and spongy tissue around that part of your urethra that
  is inside your vagina.  It is about half a finger (more or less) inside
  your vagina and about a finger long across -- about two inches.  If the
  muscles that go around your vagina have not been used much, they can be
  built up by doing contractions:  pressing the top of your vagina against
  the bottom and releasing.  This is fun and you could have an orgasm or
  two.  DON'T WORRY: Strong muscles will not hold the penis in place; they
  will push it out when your ducts get full and you want to shoot.


  Take two or three fingers and rub them against the part of your urethra
  inside your vagina.  Press hard and notice the feeling of having to pee.
  You don't - this is the signal that you are ready to ejaculate.  Now,
  place the middle finger slightly below the external part of your urethra
  and begin to masturbate the same way you rub your clit.  As you are doing
  this you will notice that the two ducts, one at each side of your urethra,
  feel full and perhaps somewhat painful: you have another 29 ducts
  scattered over the top of your vagina.  They are located in a pyramid
  from your clit to just above your ovaries.  Once you get into the body
  feeling you will be able to locate them on the lower abdomen. (sounds like
  the urinary bladder IMHO)


  Take your other hand and press down on one or more of the ducts from the
  outside.  Push your urethra out and push the way you do when you pee.
  Liquid will come out  -- perhaps in a steady stream or jet.

  My Summary:
  This seems to be a form of propaganda to make it a way for women to do
  the same thing as a man can do.  I have dissected and studied human
  anatomy and there is no way this much fluid can come from anywhere but
  the urinary bladder.  Plus during this film there is a tremendous amount
  of man bashing.  Since I have posted these instructions I invite any
  woman to try it and report back!!!!   I am from Missouri  "SHOW ME"

  The summary is strictly my opinion, responses can be directed to me.


  Subject: women who squirt
  Date: 1 Apr 92 05:51:00 GMT
  Organization: Carnegie Mellon, Pittsburgh, PA

  Female ejaculation does not require direct g-spot stimulation.

  A few days ago, I read a summary of research concerning the g-spot
  and female ejaculation.  The summary described the location and
  activity of the g-spot, stressing that stimulation of the spot required
  at least two fingers, quite far in, against the anterior wall of the

  It talked about female ejaculation as if it were a direct consequence of
  hands-on stimulation of the g-spot.

  Interestingly enough, two days after reading all that, I had the privilege
  of observing a woman ejaculate.  As in other reports, this was in the
  form of a pearly liquid squirted out of the vagina (travelling a
  centimetre or two) at the onset of an orgasm.  For what it's worth,
  the ejaculate tasted saltier than the normal slippery stuff.  Also, it
  left a strange aftertaste in the back of my throat that was very
  similar to what I've observed of male ejaculate.

  The woman reported a much more intense orgasm than usual, but wasn't
  immediately aware that she had ejaculated.

  The reason I am posting about this experience (aside from the
  opportunity to brag ;-) is that it differed from published reports in
  an interesting way: no direct stimulation of the g-spot was involved.
  In fact, no penetration at all was involved:  stimulation of the
  clitoris and entrance to the vagina and previously, the nipples
  brought the ejaculation on.  Others who are not into penetration might
  want to keep this in mind, though I don't think i can offer a formula
  for ejaculation as the scientists seem to.

  By way of idle speculation, I have started to wonder how much
  conditioning goes into sexual response.  Currently, we see men as easy
  to bring off and uniquely capable of ejaculation.  Since women are
  apparently also capable of ejaculation, it is not obvious that the
  common view is at all justified.  Perhaps if female children were
  taught as much as males to expect to ejaculate, they would acquire this
  ability while learning to masturbate.


c3-11. What about Oral/vaginal sex during a woman's period?

  What about it?  For oral sex, this is a taste/smell issue; some
  people like it, some people don't.  If both partners have no objections,
  go for it!  I know women for whom orgasm is a wonderful reliever of cramps.

  As for vaginal sex, well, you need less lubricant.  It's messy; use
  something (perhaps a red towel) to protect the bedsheets.  Or do it in
  the shower, get clean and dirty at the same time!


c3-12. What percent of men and women masturbate? and at what frequency?

   According to Masters and Johnson in their book 'On Sex and Human Loving'
   third printing, page 295:

    Data about masturbation are a bit tricky to interpret. You may
    recall that Kinsey and his colleagues found a wide discrepancy in
    the incidence of masturbation between male and female adolescents,
    but some recent studies suggest that this difference may be
    narrowing (see chapter 6).  A similar trend may also be occurring
    in regard to masturbatory behavior in adulthood.
         The kinsey reports stated that 92 percent of the males and 62
    percent of the females queried had masturbated at least once in
    their lives.  More recently, two separate studies came up with very
    similar statistics:  The _Playboy_ survey (Hunt, 1975) found that
    94 percent of 982 males and 63 percent of 1,044 adult females had
    masturbated, and Arafat and Cotton's study (1974) of 435 college
    students found masturbatory experience in 89 percent of males and
    61 percent of females.
         However, Levin and Levin (1975), summarizing data from a
    _Redbook_ questionnaire survey answered by 100,000 women, found
    that almost three-quarters of the married women had masturbated
    since marriage.  Providing additional evidence that more women seem
    to have tried masturbation today than in the past decades, Hite
    reported that 82 percent of her sample of 3,000 women had
    masturbatory experience.

  For more details and speculations as to why the rise, techniques used,
  frequency, etc -- buy the book.


c3-13. How are the bases defined again? (ie. 1st base = kissing, etc.)

                            < 2 >  2nd Base: Groping, copping a feel
                           / `.' \
                         /         \
                       /             \
 3rd Base:        ,^./        _        \,^.
 Finger-fucking, < 3 >       |O|       < 1 > 1st Base: [French] kissing
 mutual masturb.  `.'\        -        /`.'
                       \             /
                         \         /
                           \ ___ /
                            | H |
           Home Run: 'Going All The Way', Sexual Intercourse


c3-14. What's the average length and width penis?

   From: klaus@diku.dk (Klaus Ole Kristiansen)
   Date: 16 Sep 91 07:49:09 GMT

   According to the book Mandens Krop (which is translated from English,
   but does not give the original title) the average is 15cm and 90% are
   between 13 and 18cm.

   The records for a fully functional penis are 1.5 and 30cm.


  Source: "Race Differences in Behaviour: A Review and Evolutionary
          by J. Philippe Rushton, Dept. of Psychology, University of
          Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada N6A 5C2
          in "Journal of Personality and Individual Differences"
          Vol. 9, No. 6, 1009-1024, 1988.

  According to a paper by J. Philippe Rushton, the average size for erect
  penises is:

    Group              Length           Diameter

   Orientals           4 - 5.5"          1.25"
   Caucasians          5.5 - 6"          1.3 - 1.6"
   Blacks              6.25 - 8"          2"

   Clitoral lengths:
    Europeans 1.2"
    Africans 2".

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