Thursday, December 18, 2008

Venus Butterfly Technique

The Venus Butterfly Technique is one of the oldest Tantric exercises which combine a physical, mental and spiritual way of life is and was first practiced in India around 3000 B.C. As you know, the Kamasutra - the bible of sex came from the same region and is as much yoga as it is sex.

Coming back to the famous Indian technique, the Venus Butterfly Technique is all about simultaneous stimulation of the clitoris and tapping on the G-Spot (located approximately two inches inside, on the upper wall of the vagina, between the opening and the cervix) to turn the lady into a whimpering, drooling doll. Experts say it is possible for the woman to reach both an internal orgasm and an external one which may result in multiple orgasms.

Now, what I've described is the clinical version of the technique. It's almost the spoil-sport's version of this pleasurable technique. Of course if you want to enjoy a fullfledged affair for the weekend (holidays or whatever), I suggest you get the One-Hour Orgasm to get a blow by blow account (sorry, couldn't resist the pun).

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Women will learn how to:
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* Initiate sex without effort on his part
* Avoid common mistakes in the bedroom
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* Thoroughly satisfy her every time
* Increase the frequency of sex by making it more pleasurable for her
* Avoid common mistakes in the bedroom
* Be more self-confident as a lover.


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Just to set the record right, here is some history about the famous technique:

Venus Butterfly was originally a fictional sexual technique mentioned in an episode of the 1980s American television drama L.A. Law ("The Venus Butterfly," November 21, 1986). In the episode, a bigamist client claimed to have a miraculously effective sexual technique, which he revealed to his lawyer, Stuart Markowitz, played by Michael Tucker.

The technique itself was never explicitly described to the audience, though it was implied in a hotel bedroom scene that Markowitz used the technique on his lover, the character Ann Kelsey (played by Tucker's real-life wife, Jill Eikenberry), with great positive effect. The writer of that section of the episode, Terry Louise Fisher, stated that she simply made it up, but the show received many letters and phone calls from viewers asking what it was, as well as two requests to license the term. Over fifteen years later, actors on the show reported still being asked about it.

As described by writer and sex educator Sue Johanson in 2005, the Venus Butterfly is a variant of cunnilingus. It involves using one's tongue on a woman's clitoris, using one's fingers on the vagina and using the other hand around the rectum, "even penetrating the rectum if that is pleasurable for her." A similar description was given in a 2004 episode of the TV series Rescue Me.