This appears to be nature's method of informing the male that his partner's nervous system has absorbed all it can stand for the moment. A rest of a minute or so with allow the body to read just itself and the thereafter the second orgasm can be clitorally induced by the finger. When completed, this will likewise be followed by the same convulsive jerkings, whereupon another pause must be taken.
With the continuation of this procedure each pause becomes longer as the orgasms increase in number, until finally, when the system has absorbed all it can stand for the moment, no amount of pause and subsequent stimulation will enable the clitoris to regain its sensitivity. Contact with it now produces only body twitches or no sensation at all. Intercourse is now completed. Some elaboration is required regarding the pause between orgasms and other approximations.
The reader will observe certain time elements marked on the diagrams. These specific times must not be taken literally. It stands to reason that one cannot prepare a timetable which will account exactly for the reactions of every woman. One can describe their reactions because, although numerous, they are limited in number. Time durations cannot be set to the absolute second. The figures given, however, will never be too far from the reaction time of any woman now being discussed, and will give the male a sound basis for experimentation.
Further mention should be made of female body twitching, this is just as important a guide to a woman's responsiveness as is the flowing of the secretions previously mentioned. It happens sometimes that digital contact with the clitoris will result in body jerkings even before the first orgasm.
This imeediately indicates that the female is being pressed to respond too rapidly. It is true that some fluid may be flowing, but if these jerks occur, the secretion is not yet issuing freely enough, and the clitoris is being forced to stimulation before it is ready. It can also mean that too much pressure is being placed upon it; excess pressure upon the clitoris will not only result in jerking but will also deaden sensitivity completely. It has the effect of paralyzing the nervous mechanism at that spot. The only time that excessive pressure may be placed upon the clitoris is just before the orgasm. A woman feels at that moment as if she wishes the male to push upon it and will strain her body against the finger. Even so, only a firm pressure should be used. Too much pressure, even at this point, will destroy the orgasm even though the female may believe that it will increase it. At any other time, only a light stroking will produce the best result.