Getting her to orgasm during every love-making session can be challenging for some couples. Not to blame her guy, it’s can be tricky to make a woman orgasm sometimes.

Do you want to learn the right moves to satisfy your lover every time?

That’s why our good friend, Jason Julius, has created the Female Orgasm Blueprint, an easy, step-by-step plan for giving your lover an orgasm like she’s never experienced before.

While foreplay is considered as the key to turning your lady on, knowing a few important pleasure points can help you and her reach that ultimate state.

The Clitoris

This tiny organ contains a high concentration of nerve endings and can be found near the top of the vulva. The clitoris is covered by a little bit of skin called the “clitoral hood,” which keeps it from being stimulated all the time, so you may have to coax the clitoris out by touching or licking it. Once she’s aroused, the hood will draw back and the clitoris will become erect.

The G-spot

This orgasmic area is located inside her vagina. It’s a bundle of nerve endings about two inches up from the pubic bone on the inner, upper wall. To find the G-spot, gently slide your finger inside her vagina with your palm facing up, then curl your finger up in a “come hither” motion.

Be warned — some women love having their G-spot directly stimulated, while others prefer less pressure on this sensitive area. Explore different techniques and ask your lady which she likes best.

In case you missed it, the G-spot is only one part of a whole network of connected pleasure systems in the vagina. There is another secret spot most women never find.

The A-Spot

Also known as the “Anterior Fornix Erogenous zone,” this spot is located much deeper in the vagina, positioned at the very ‘back’ or innermost point of the vagina, next to the cervix.

Stroking the A-spot can cause intense orgasms and increased vaginal lubrication. This zone is harder to reach on your own, but is usually easy to find with a toy like a gently-curved glass wand.

Still having trouble? Don’t be afraid to ask your partner for feedback, to make sure she likes what you’re doing. Women may want to consider working with a sex therapist, or getting a medical checkup to see if any diseases or medications are affecting their ability to reach orgasm. Achieving the female orgasm may require some trial and error, but don’t forget to have fun while you’re trying.