This simple demonstration can be done anytime and anywhere to describe how a woman usually likes to be touched during the early stages of foreplay or sex.
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Note: I’m not saying she never wants you to rub her like you’re trying to start a fire, but wait for her to signal that’s how she wants to be stimulated.
What does it mean to feel her?
Let’s do a little demonstration.
- Take two fingers and rub your wrist with them. Remember how that feels.
- Now, put a little lube, oil, or saliva on your wrist, close your eyes and use two fingers to feel the veins under your skin.
- Move your fingers back and forth and feel your pulse, veins, and muscles under your skin.
That’s what we mean by feeling her. It’s a soft, gentle touch. Try feeling her during foreplay next time, and see how it goes.
Tip: Try feeling her with your penis during intercourse. Feeling her is a great way to start intercourse. The Tortoise Intercourse Technique is a perfect way to do this.
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I never really thought about this issue in all the years I have been married to my wife. Our sex life has not altogether been anything to write home about due to her having significant discomforts around her hip area and lower back. I praise God though for the moments that we do get intimate so will explore the wonders of touch as outlined in the article.