Every person has different taste in bed, but there are a few things that are pretty common. If you want to make sex better for your partner, start here.
Build sexual tension
Foreplay doesn’t start in the bedroom. It starts in the morning when you stroke her ass as she is lying next to you. It continues in the afternoon when you send her flirtatious and dirty texts. When you are leaving and whisper exactly what you are going to do to her once you get home.
Have lots of foreplay
You are possibly not doing enough of it. While men are ready to go in 30 seconds or less, most women need to be geared up. The more turned on she gets before sex, the wetter and better it will feel for both parties.
Kiss every inch of her body from her neck down to her thighs. Rub her crotch over her panties. Take her panties off slowly. Relish in the feeling of her soft skin.
I know many women say they always enjoy missionary position but human biology is attracted to new. And we often can’t know what we’ll enjoy until we experience it ourselves.
Let her take control
Have phone or video sex when you are apart. Tie each other up or use a blindfold. Turn off the lights and have sex by candlelight. Put on sexy instrumental music. Use a toy…or two.
Try new positions. Try new places — both indoors and out. Have sex against the wall, on countertops, on laundry machines, in showers, and in jacuzzis. In cars, in clubs, in a lake, at the park, on the beach and in public bathrooms. Having sex in public is against the law but the point is to open your mind to sexual possibilities and realise how fun it is to experiment together.
While this does not apply to everyone, the overwhelming majority of women crave a dominant partner. Keep in mind, dominance and romance are not mutually exclusive. This is a touchy subject. Do is scare a woman or make her uncomfortable. That is why you always talk to her about what she likes and what she is comfortable with. And you are always conscious of her body language.
Sex should be fun and if you cannot laugh with your partner, you are doing it wrong. Do not take it too seriously and both of you will have a better time.
Author: Gesture Chidhanguro