Dr. Matt Chapman and Dr. John Giesbrecht are both former doctors who now run a massage practice in California.
They’re not the first to teach this technique, and it’s still not the most common way to achieve vaginal orgasms, but they’re among the best.
For starters, the technique is very simple, with no needles, and takes only a few minutes.
The first time I tried it, I was not disappointed.
I went straight to the doctor’s office, took a deep breath, and went in.
He was kind and professional, even though I was still trying to get to know him.
It was a moment of pure bliss, and I was hooked.
I’m a big believer in “going home”, as Dr. Chapman put it, and this technique allowed me to have a nice, safe, and enjoyable time.
But it’s not the only way to do it.
For those who are into the whole clitoral massage thing, there are several other methods to use, including: A lot of vibrators: Dr. Chapman has been recommending the vibrator, the Tango, for some time.
The Tango is so comfortable, so easy to use.
You just insert the tip, and the vibrators vibrate for a while, which makes it really relaxing and sexy.
Bounce your fingers: There’s also a little vibrator you can use that can bounce your fingers.
You can get it at any sex shop, or even the doctor.
Dry rubs: Dr. Giesbracht says to dry rub your clitoris on a cotton pad to get a good, hard, but gentle sensation.
He recommends doing this every couple of hours, but says he can do it every two to three hours if you want.
Another option is to massage the clitoris with a tissue, like a tissue from your hand.
You put a tissue in a cotton ball, and put the cotton ball into your vagina.
And finally, some guys are doing it by hand, rubbing it with a damp cloth or paper towel.
Dr. John Chapman says this technique is the one he uses most.
It’s easy, safe and works best if done in the afternoon.
He says it’s a great way to “get your feet wet”, as it can be really pleasurable.
If you’re not a fan of the clitoral massage, you can try something else, like using a dildo or a vibrator.
Dr Giesbrach also has a video on how to do this technique.
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