African couples, particularly women, have been enjoying out-of-this-world sexual intimacy with the ancestral sexual technique called kunyaza.
Kunyaza is a technique that enables women to experience intense multiple orgasms through the correct stimulation of the vagina. It has been the ancestral love-making practice of central Africa, mainly in Rwanda, Burundi, eastern parts of the Democratic Republic of Congo and western parts of Uganda and Tanzania.
According to Rwandan folklore, kunyaza came about during the third dynasty rule when a royal guard and the queen chose to get intimate, but the guard became anxious about failing to please her and resorted to rubbing his penis against her labia and clitoris to ensure her satisfaction.
The tradition has been passed down orally from generation to generation, but recently, Rwandan sex expert, Dr. Nsekuye Bizimana has brought knowledge of the practice into the mainstream sexual health space in order to help women who have trouble experiencing an orgasm.
Gentle vaginal stimulation still remains as the basic principle of Kunyaza. According to the technique explained by Dr. Bizimana, the man to holds his penis between his index and middle fingers and uses the head to tap his partner’s clitoris, labia and vaginal opening. The best motion to use is a circular one, and it’s advised that women use lubrication to increase pleasure and prevent pain from dryness.
After a certain level of arousal, the man proceeds to stimulate the internal surfaces of the urinary meatus or external urethral orifice (popularly known as the G-Spot), clitoris, vulval vestibule, labia minora and the vaginal opening in the same circular manner with the tip of his penis.
This is usually followed by penetration, with the male partner alternating shallow thrusts at the vaginal opening with deeper thrusts while maintaining exaggerated circular movements between vaginal walls. The movement is facilitated by holding the penis between the middle and the index finger, and moving it in a circular motion.
It won’t take long for a woman to experience intense multiple orgasms and ejaculation, and both partners will definitely feel exhilarated.
Dr. Bizimana discusses the technique of kunyaza in depth in his book “Le secret de l’amour à l’africaine”, which means the secret of African lovemaking, which was released in June 2008.
Couples who have tried kunyaza swear by it, saying that it has revolutionized women’s sexual pleasure and overall intimacy between partners. So ladies, go on and get your multiple orgasms, and gents get yours too while enjoying the awesomeness of your partner 🙂
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