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Ask Self Serve – Using a Clit Pump

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Question: I just saw an amazing video of a woman having sex with another woman via clitoral penetration! As an owner of a very big clitoris, I was extremely turned on! Even though I think I’m as big as the girl in the video, my clit doesn’t get anywhere near as hard as hers. I’ve heard that sometimes girls “pump” their clits and that can get them hard?  Do you know what I could do?

Answer: This is an excellent question, we’re very excited for you to explore your clit more. Many women have shame around their genitals because they think everyone’s vulva and clitoris should look the same. Just like other body parts such as butts, feet and noses, vulvas and clits come in different shapes and sizes. All clits are capable of incredible pleasure, therefore clits of all sizes often enjoy pumping.
Women, trans guys, and anyone with a biological clit may enjoy pumping it for physical pleasure and because it looks hot.
 
Some people will change the size of their clit through hormone therapy, and some are just born with big clits. If you want to explore intense suction and sensation, clit pumps are an incredible tool to make a clit bigger and harder.
 
We carry the Sparkle Clit Pump. It’s a 3-speed vibrating pump with a soft, jelly rubber sleeve with sensation tinglers on the inside. All you have to do is lubricate the pump and your skin to help create a seal over your clitoris and start pumping. The suction will draw blood into the clitoris, and as long as the seal remains in the place, it should keep the blood in the clit, making it harder. For some, pumping is a real turn on, but too much stimulation for others. Go slowly and if anything hurts, stop.
 
There are lots of clit pumps on the market but this is one of our favorites because it’s shaped to fit to your body, so it won’t dig in as much as other pumps that aren’t curved. We’re very excited that you found videos to give you new ideas for what you would like to try with yourself and with partners.

 

 

Email your questions to askselfserve@gmail.com.
 
Questions are answered by Self Serve Staff and edited by Hunter Riley.
 
Always seek the advice of a qualified healthcare provider for any medical condition.

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