For women and people with vulvas, getting wet doesn't just happen during sexual activity. But, when you commence any kind of sexual activity and are feeling turned on, the Bartholin and Skene glands get to work and start producing more natural lubrication. This is a perfectly normal, biological and physiological response to being aroused. It's good and healthy, and makes sex in any form more pleasurable. We might all know this, but still, it's a super common worry among women and vulva-having people that being "too wet" could turn a partner off.
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For many people with vulvas, being super turned on often leads to vaginal lubrication — better known as getting wet. Wetness is not a substitute for enthusiastic verbal consent; always take the time to communicate with your partner, and, when in doubt, ask! So how do you make your partner wet? Read on for some tips! Wetness occurs when vaginal secretions increase, often in response to sexual arousal. When someone with a vagina gets turned on, blood-flow to the tissues of the vulva increases, stimulating glands beside the vaginal opening to produce fluid; a small amount of fluid may also come from the vaginal walls themselves. These fluids help to protect delicate genital tissue from friction and lubricate the vaginal canal to ease penetration. Wetness can also increase pleasure for both partners, providing lubrication for penises, hands, pussies or other body parts! Not everyone with a vagina will necessarily get wet in response to arousal. Some trans women — as well as people who have lower levels of the hormone estrogen — may produce lower levels of lubrication, or may not get wet at all.
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With the information delivered throughout this guide, we guarantee that you can learn to unlock the sexual desire of any woman and learn how to turn her on and stimulate her in a way no other person can. While sexual turn-ons are different from one person to the next, there are a few areas on the body, known as erogenous zones, which have been consistently linked to arousal. NOTE: Have a girlfriend that you want to give one of the best orgasms of her life to?