How to Use a Clitoral Pump
How to Use A Clitoral Pump
A pumped-up clitoris is a sensitive clitoris. This is the principle used in the design of the clitoral pump -- a fun, effective sex toy. Clitoral pumps draw blood-flow into the genitals through a vacuum effect, enlarging the clitoris and making the whole area feel warm and more sensitive to the touch.
1. Identify whether you like direct clitoral stimulation or whether you like gentle throbbing stimulation.
a. If you like stronger, more direct stimulation, look for a clit pump that has a smaller head. These typically are able to generate more feeling of suction in one specific place.
2. Move it around to make sure you have good skin/cup contact. This is a crucial step. Many women will get a clit pump and be frustrated that they can't get enough suction.
Position the head of the clit pump so it sits inside the outer labia lips, then move the head so it is covering the outside of the labia majora, which gets more suction? Which do you prefer?
3. Start pumping (either with the hand, or turn on the automatic suction). Stop pumping when the suction starts feeling a flood of warmth in the area and you feel the sensation of pulling. Explore this sensation, then start again if you want more sensation.
4. Get familiar with the release valve. If the sensation is too intense, press the release valve (or turn off the device) to quickly reduce suction.
5. If you have the option of clitoris pump with vibration, turn on the vibration. Lie back and enjoy.
Tips to Effective Clitoral Pump Use
1. The most important tip when using a clit pump is to make sure you have skin-to-cup contact with no breaks in the seal. No seal means no suction.
2. Lube it up: to create less friction between the skin and the cup, and to get better suction. Position the cup over the clitoris only, or over the labia and clitoris -- whichever is more appealing to you.
3. Never use a clit pump on your genitals for more than 20 min, on broken skin or if it is painful.