4 Things You Didn't Know About How to Turn a Woman On

logan levkoffTime for an embarrassing confession. I pulled up sexologist Dr. Logan Levkoff's latest video on sex confident that I'd know all the answers to her questions about female anatomy. I'm a woman, of course I know about a lady's sex parts, right?

Um. Yeah. Just like the woman and the man CafeMom Studios' sexologist pulled in to quiz on the names of everything "down there," it turns out I have a lot to learn about how to turn a woman on. Good thing Levkoff's video series has been dubbed "Mom-Ed: In the Bedroom," because she is willing to educate us all.

Bet you won't know all of these tips on how to get a woman off ... even if you are one!


Deeper Isn't Always Better. The bulk of the nerve endings are actually in the front third of the vagina ... as in closer to the surface.

The Vagina Is on the INSIDE. Everyone and their 5-year-old refer to what you see when you look between a woman's legs as the vagina. But it's not. It's the vulva ... and if you're not both referring to the same area by the same terms in the bedroom, chances are you're not going to get the right results!

The G-Spot is real. Maybe. The scientists don't know if everyone has one or if it works to bring every woman to orgasm. Buuuuut, if it's there, you are going to find it a third of the way into the vagina on the front wall.

The Clitoris Is Where It's At. You always hear that a man can get off anywhere anytime. But there are only 4,000 nerve endings in the head of the penis. I say only because there are 8,000 in the clitoris, and they are all about pleasure.

Want more tips on getting to the "O"? Check out Logan Levkoff's tips: 

Be honest, what did you get wrong and what did you get right?


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