The clitoris is like an iceberg; only a small part of it is exposed, and the majority of it is internal. So it’s not the easiest thing in the world to tell your partner how to touch your vulva, let alone how to find and stimulate your g-spot.

There’s a lack of information on female pleasure available to the general public, and I’ve seen many of my clients unsure of how to figure out what their partner enjoys. In addition to increasing cliteracy, I teach my clients how to find what works for them.

That’s why I coined the concept of pleasure mapping, which allows you to map your internal and external arousal, as a way to guide individuals and couples through an exploration of what turns them on. In this article on Psych N Sex, I share some of my favorite hacks and drills that I use with my clients to explore their pleasure possibilities!