We thought it would be interesting too privy you too this stimulation technique that is based on using the right alignment to be successful. It is our goal to bring you the latest information on everything from sexual enhancement products to sexual enhancement techniques that will help to improve your sexual enjoyment.
This technique has been proclaimed the new way of achieving orgasm and is designed to superbly enhance the woman’s opportunity to accomplish orgasm through genital intercourse. (CAT) or Coital Alignment Technique simply allows the womans clitoris to be better stimulated during sex. It is generally known that the stimulation of the clitoris region is the trigger for orgasm to take place. Intercourse in the typical missionary position can often fall short of triggering that stimulation needed to produce a fulfilling orgasm in a woman. The CAT technique is designed to be effective when the participants work as a team. With this technique the man in missionary position will thrust from a angle that is higher than normal to ensure clitoris stimulation and in time with her thrusting her pelvis.
Coital Alignment Technique is not based on penitration, but on stimulation. No matter how hard you thrust or penetrate the vagina, if you are not stimulating the clitoris in some form or fashion then the male is mostly pleasing himself. Whether the man is on top of the woman in missionary style or beneath her, this technique can be successful. The man just wants to enter a bit higher than usual so as to rub the clitoris with each thrust. With the woman working her pelvis and the man thrusting at the right angle this technique will become a win, win situation for both participants. Quite often the ability to achieve or not achieve an orgasm is based on using the right technique.
The only way you will know if this Genital alignment technique will work for you and your partner is too give it a try. We hope it enhances the experience and reflects well upon the technique. We look forward too hearing from our readers so that you may let us know what works and what does not.