The female clitoris is highly
erogenous tissue that is overly sensitive to direct touch.
Instead, it prefers indirect,
on and off (rhythmic)
rather than direct rubbing, to excite it to orgasm.
When the natural penis thrusts the vagina,
it typically uses short rhythmic strokes—which are
governed, for the most part, by the actions of the
The movement of these short
strokes, while the penis abides deep within the vagina,
allows the man's pubic mound to make
frequent pressuring contact against the woman's clitoral
Sexual researchers have determined
that there is an "ideal" rate of rhythmic pressuring
contact to a woman's clitoris that excites it to orgasm.
man's genital region contacts the clitoris at this ideal
And pressuring contact of his pubic
mound against her clitoral area becomes even more frequent as
intercourse progresses because she instinctively draws the
man in closer to satisfy her innate desire for deep penis
penetration and to pick up increased stimulation against
her most erotic tissue.
their pubic mounds/genitals are pressing
and pressure-pleasuring each other in either a gentle
grinding motion, or a rapid, rhythmic touching, which
thrills her to sexual ecstasy and builds her to
To find out
what the normal, natural thrusting rhythm is that nature
Natural Sex section
To find out how the foreskin & frenulum work to regulate the natural penis's thrusting