When it comes to knowing what makes your partner tick in the bedroom, tutorials on mind blowing sex positions, only get you so far. To discuss a few practical ways couples can actually have more stimulating and gratifying sex
Tell Him What Turns You On
Research suggests that better communication is key to better sex, and we usually don’t necessarily mean dirty talk. If he’s doing something that you like, say so rather than gestures or noises.
And if it’s something that you’re not into, communicate or guide him in a new direction. Want to try a different angle? Suggest one. If simultaneous orgasm is your main goal and you’re close to climaxing, don’t be mum about it.
Keep Things Spontaneous
Even great sex can start to feel sometimes monotonous over time if it’s more or less the same old routine. To mix things up, it is suggested that “if you’re in bed with someone and have a sense of something new you or your partner that might enjoy, be it some teasing, a change in position, anything…then go for it. Men love it when women are spontaneous and also confident in their ability in the bed.”
Go for Morning Sex or Afternoon Delight
Men, see sex as a stress reliever while women want to have sex after they’ve had the time to unwind. As a result, women usually tend to go to bed exhausted, their minds focused on preparing for the next day.
Her solution? “A best alternative is to have sex in the morning. Set those alarm 30 minutes before your usual time and see what happens. Men’s testosterone levels are at peak in the morning so you might be pleasantly surprised. One another alternative would be to have afternoon sex on weekends. Women usually tend to ovulate in the afternoon, meaning that the optimal hormone level for female sexual desire mainly happens at that time.”
Think of Foreplay as a Long-Term Act
Setting the mood for sex is vital, especially for women, and that foreplay should usually start long before sex even begins: “I am talking here about the mental foreplay that usually happens days in advance, not the one that you have just before sex.
Make sure to be very attentive to your partner. Small gestures and nice comments are very significant to setting the right mood for sex.”
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Tell Us One Kinky Thing
We all have at least one thing in bed that feels lovely. Most of us assume that our partner would be repelled if we tried that, or told them we like to talk dirty or be spanked, or pulling her hairs lightly.
Give your lover the benefit of the doubt; tell him one or two simple things that turn you on, and you’ll be pleasantly surprised.
Keep the Lights On
You get in bed and are making out. Clothes start to come off and then…she asks you to turn the lights off: really sucks!
I don’t know what women think they have to hide. If we’re getting in bed with them it’s probably because we want to see them.Naked.
These things kill the mood more than interrupting sex to try to hide yourself from your beloved partner. If the lighting is unflattering, or if you have some scar you want to hide, it’s understandable that you might get tempted to turn the lights off.
Have faith that if a man is getting in bed with you then he will accept you, no matter how you look with the lights on. Sex shouldn’t be about hiding any aspect of yourself, so leave the lights on -literally and metamorphically.