Mutual escalation, 2-steps-forward-1-step-back, and fractionated escalation: all ways to use touch that drive her absolutely wild.
Last time we discussed some basics of escalation from a practical perspective: how to touch, how to calibrate, and how to smoothly follow a ladder – basically Touching 101.
In case you are just tuning in, here are the first two installments in this how to touch series:
Today we go deeper, and I will share a few more advanced escalation techniques so that you can increase your effectiveness.
Some techniques here are more advanced than those covered in my previous posts, but still not too hard to pull off. So, this post is a good fit for basically anyone, no matter what your current level is.
This post will function as a toolbox for efficient techniques that will push your escalation to a whole new level. Enjoy.
Without further ado, let’s get right into it.