I remember many of my girlfriends in high school complained about getting fingered. There are a few reasons I remember not liking it.
One was because, let’s admit it, your partner probably was stimulating the wrong places. However, the only way to fix that is to speak up!
Another reason was because those nails need to be take care of every once in awhile.
And finally, we need to spice it up!
1. The best finger job technique I have ever received was from a guy who placed the back of his finger between my lips so it was against my clit. He proceeded to rapidly move his hand back and forth, almost like a shaking movement. It was literally like a human vibrator.
2. Moving your sex life off the bed can be quite exhilarating. When most couples decide to switch it up, they don’t tread to far, usually standing or against the wall. It is a good start because it is still within the bedroom walls, but new, exciting and almost naughty!
When transporting to the new destination, your partner can pick you up, with your legs wrapped around them. They will then slide their hand down, maybe give your bum a little squeeze, and enter their finger in your vagina (or clit stim, if that is what you prefer) through the back. You can bounce up and down to help the stimulation and also give your partner some eye candy with your bouncing bosoms!
3. The next one can work with either you on top or the bottom. Your partner will have their finger inside you and their palm against your clit, but they do not move. Instead, you can be the one in control. If you are on top, you can ride their hand just the way you like it. If you are on the bottom, you can hump into it. This can help your partner get to know what kind of motions you like (fast, slow) and where you like it.
4. This one is like an advanced dry sex position. You will be on top, straddling your partner. Move his erect penis so the top shaft is laying flat on his body and the underside is now facing you. Sit on top so that his penis is between the lips of your vulva. Start riding away!
Remember, intercourse is not the end-all-be-all of sex. Some people like foreplay before or after or always, so these tips are for everyone!