During Kunyaza, the man rhythmically and continuously strikes the clitoris with his erect penis, holding it in his hand or between the index and the middle ﬁnger. He moves it from top to bottom, left to right, or any combination, until he eventually makes circular movements, clockwise and then counterclockwise. Using a zigzagging motion may also stimulate the clitoris. As the women's area moistens, the execution of movement will be easier; in some cases, the woman will moisten her clitoris with her saliva.
As Kunyaza is a technique, a number of steps are involved. The following is performed: 1) vaginal lubrication through foreplay, 2) insertion of penis, 3) removal of penis and performance of Kunyaza (stimulating, always in the same movement, the clitoris, the vestibule, the labia minora and the vaginal opening, as well as perineum), 4) reinsertion of the penis, and 5) repetition of procedure until female organism is reached. To enhance stimulation it is recommended the man alternate superﬁcial and deep penetrations (often in a specific ration), actions that are respectively named gucuga and gucumita in Rwanda. He can also stimulate the walls more directly than with the simple use of penis-vagina penetration contact by moving his body vertically and horizontally from one wall of the vagina to the other or using circular movements along the vaginal walls, each through a progression from the vaginal opening towards the neck of the uterus and back again.
To clarify the essential technique, Kunyara combined both internal and external stimulation, with rhythmic, yet slow and sensuous movements that are adjusted to the response of the woman. Men must be careful not to irritate their penis because of the woman's public hair. In fact, many practitioners of Kunyaza remove the woman's pubic hair.
The woman's role in Kunyaza is not as a passive object. She works reciprocally or cooperatively; first by choosing the form or position of Kunyaza; second by regulating the intensity of the rhythm; third, by showing her mate the zones of her genital area that best respond to the sexual stimulation; lastly, if the man tires before the end of the sexual encounter, she can take his penis in her hand and continue the process. If he has difficulty stimulating the vestibule, she can help him by spreading apart the labia minora with her ﬁngers until the whole vestibular area is accessible to his penis. Also she can spread her labium minus and the labium majors apart for better stimulation.
Kunyaza is done in many different positions, such as sitting positions, lying positions, position from behind, standing positions and positions used during pregnancy. For many Afrikan women Kunyaza is highly effective in triggering female orgasm. In fact, a woman may reach orgasm within 3 to 5 minutes, often before the man reaches orgasm, thus precluding the possibility of premature ejaculation. The stimulation of the clitoris, which is called rugongo in Rwanda and Burundi, is considered to be indispensable for triggering female orgasm. However, there is an aspect of Kunyaza, which suggest that it is not simply triggering what the West calls clitoral orgasm. Kunyaza, which translates as urinating on the penis, is actually making reference to vaginal secretions. Though the literal translation of Kunyaza seems to suggest that the liquid is urine--it is not urine, since in Rwanda the word for urine is inkari, whereas the liquid secreted during Kunyaza is called amavangigo or ibinyare. Hence, Kunyaza is the secretions that emanate from what the West calls the G or Grafenberg spot. Men reported that when the women orgasm they get a warm liquid on their penises. Moreover, the liquid released during Kunyaza is described as colorless to milky, thick in consistency, and odorless, whereas concentrated urine is usually yellowish, smells of ammonia, and has the consistency of water. (Not all women release this fluid, and those that don't are called in Rwanda, rwasubutare, which means granite splitter, an expression, which insinuates that these women are more difficult to please sexually. On the flip side, there are women who expel enormous quantities of liquid during Kunyaza.)
P.S. Rather than spend so much time studying the West and its misguided and even perverted notions, we need to return to our practices. We have to reevaluate what will help strengthen us as a race, and use it, and those practices that are reactionary and do not contribute to our restoration, must be discarded.