From Sheer Panties to Brains

You know those panties that are so sheer you can see right through the fabric? Yes, they can create a visual effect for the eyes of your partner; however, one can take advantage of the fabric and provide a nice surprise and array of feelings for the lady you are engaging in intimacy.

For example, Try pressing your warm mouth on the vagina area and breathe through the fabric so that your lovely lady can feel your warm breath. Then try pressing your tongue against the clitoris so she can feel your wet mouth along with the warm breath. Tease that area until it becomes wet with ecstasy. Next, rub the area by running your fingers up and down the vagina; enough pressure to feel the fingers, while leaving enough desire for the women to want the fingers to penetrate and feel the wetness.

After a while, slowly move the fabric to the side and lick the wetness while leaving the panties on, because this gives a sense of slow sensual seduction as though you are appreciating the process of turning the woman on. Women like to feel as though men enjoy the process of getting a woman hot, even though the end result may be to get laid. We do hope men enjoy the process of getting a woman to orgasm.

Women are all about the seduction, and because our brain waves operate differently from the opposite sex, we need a longer process to wind down and get ready to experience the orgasms provided by our partners. Men are fortunate in that they can dive into sex and get off. They were blessed with the focal point thinking process where women have brain waves that work both right and left side of the brain, that constantly moves with information and thinking processes. Our brains literally need to wind down.

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Yes, men can have that one spot focal point of getting to the orgasm, while women are left with their busy mind needing to the process and filter out much in order to achieve an orgasm. It’s no wonder why women have great sex lives with other women, they obviously understand each other.

If understood properly, the brains of women and men can be quite complementary.

Below are examples of the gender difference:

  1. Brain size: The male brain is typically about ten percent larger than the female brain. Although the extra mass does give males more processing power, this doesn’t make men more intelligent. Rather, science believes the reason for the increased brain mass is to accommodate the bigger body mass and muscle groups of the male (human).
  2. Brain hemispheres: Many men are sharply left-brain dominant, while women tend to be more evenly balanced between left and right-brain processing. Women are therefore thought to be slightly more intuitive and sometimes better communicators. Men are often less socially adept and are more task-oriented thinkers than females.
  3. Relationships: Women are purported to have better communication skills and emotional intelligence than men. Women tend to be group-oriented, and apt to seek solutions by talking through issues. Men can have trouble picking up on emotional cues unless they’re clearly verbalized – making for tricky communications between the sexes.
  4. Mathematical skills: The inferior-parietal lobule, which controls numerical brain function, is larger in males than in females. On standardized tests, men often score higher on mathematical tests than women.
  5. Stress: When faced with stressful situations, men usually employ ‘fight or flight’ tactics, while women use a ‘tend or befriend’ response that is rooted in their natural instincts for caring for their children and establishing strong group bonds.
  6. Language: Women often excel at language-based tasks for two reasons: two brain areas that deal with language are larger in females, and females process language in both hemispheres while males favor a single brain half.
  7. Emotions: Since women tend to have a larger deep limbic system then men, they’re more in touch with their feelings and are better at expressing their emotions. This makes women better at connecting with others, but unfortunately also more prone to different types of depression.
  8. Spatial abilities: The parietal region is thicker in the female brain, making it harder for them to mentally rotate objects – an important spatial skill. Women often report difficulty with spatial tasks, both on tests and in real life.
  9. Susceptibility to brain function disorders: Men are more likely to be dyslexic or have other language disabilities since they’re more often left-brain dominant. Males are also more prone to autism, ADHD, and Tourette’s syndrome, while women are more susceptible to mood disorders like anxiety and depression.

On average, men are more likely better at learning and performing a single task at hand, like cycling or navigating directions, whereas women have superior memory and social cognition skills, making them more equipped for multitasking and creating solutions that work for a group. They have a more busy minded approach, so to speak.

So no, we are not alike in thinking so it is important to fulfill the needs and have a better understanding of where women and men are coming from, especially when it comes to having great orgasms. Patience is key when it comes to turning a woman on.

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