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Kunyaza, also known as kachabali, is a traditional foreplay technique originating in Central Africa that has garnered international attention for its focus on the female orgasm.

Media in the West has often made a joke regarding whether men know what a clitoris is and where to find it, while in Central Africa generations of men have been able to trigger squirting orgasms in their female partners.

What Is The Secret squirting technique?

The clitoris is a small sensitive bundle of nerves, covered by a hood, that sits near the top of the vagina. In the Western world, discussions have often centered around the clit, at least the exposed portion, while Kunyaza takes advantage of the clitoral glands in its entirety. The clitoris extends inside the female body in a wishbone shape, meaning that the sensitive organ is actually larger than what many people realize. 

Preparation For Women

For women, it is important to relax and try this technique with a partner you trust. All women are capable of squirting, however, you should not feel pressure to do so. Instead, remain present in the moment and give yourself permission to experience the pleasurable sensations. Let your climax rush over you, squirting or not.

The vast majority of women who experience Kunyaza report gushing much more than they would from other forms of foreplay or from penetration alone. If you are concerned about the inevitable wet spot, you can consider purchasing a waterproof blanket. For example, the No More Wet Spots Blanket provides a waterproof barrier while the plush fleece is comfortable for both partners with this squirting technique.

Preparation For Men

For men it is also important to remain present in the moment and keep your focus on her. Notice her reactions to each strike, from her breathing to moans. Be patient and take your time teasing her most sensitive areas. This technique requires you to study your partner and learn exactly which movements elicit the response you desire.

How To Perform Kunyaza

  1. As with all sex, lubrication can be the difference between a pleasurable and uncomfortable experience and those practicing Kunyaza for the first time are encouraged to consider using their favourite lube.

  2. The goal of Kunyaza is to stimulate the entirety of the clitoral glands by rhythmically tapping the erect penis against the clit and the surrounding area. Men often grip the base of their cock, tapping the hard member in vertical, horizontal, circular or even zig-zagging patterns across the clit, surrounding area and sensitive labia. This technique ultimately stimulates the larger portion of the clitoris which sits below the skin to bring pleasure to the female partner. 

  3. Some women enjoy spreading their labia, or the folds of the vagina, to help intensify the sensation caused by each strike. 

  4. If the female partner is feeling bold, she can take over by tapping her partner’s erection against the areas that cause her the most pleasure. 

Kunyaza With Penetration

This can be done as foreplay alone or while the man alternates between Kunyaza and either shallow or deep penetration. However, Kunyaza can also be practiced from inside the woman as well. 

  1. Partners should experiment to find a position that works best for them. Some options include a missionary with the man kneeling between the woman’s thighs or the woman straddling her partner and facing him. Another technique involves positioning a sturdy pillow or piece of furniture behind each person’s hips and back. Both partners face each other, with the woman draping her thighs over the man’s. This setup allows for continuous contact between the penis and vagina.

  2. In the West, in-and-out thrusting is considered the standard, while in Central Africa they have explored further options. While penetrating the woman, the man can use his hips or hand to move his cock from side to side or in a circular motion, stimulating the walls of the vagina from inside. 

 Consider putting the woman’s orgasm first by trying out the traditional method with your partner.


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