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Express Yourself: Positions That Encourage Bedroom Communication
Even cavemen knew that verbal communication was the easiest and quickest way to express themselves. They did so with varying grunts, which still persist today. Those moans and sighs used by cavemen are now demonstrated in the bedroom. Using these verbal cues to showcase pleasure is fine, especially when you can’t think beyond animalistic noises. But research shows that talking—not moaning or groaning--during sex leads to more satisfaction in the bedroom.
 
Talking furthers your confidence. When you’re comfortable during sex, you can talk at ease with your lover about either what feels good or what you want done differently. Even the shyest people can learn to speak openly and seductively during intercourse. All it takes is a little practice and the right positions.
 
Sit Down as Words Amp up the Pleasure Factor
It’s difficult to overestimate the power of words during intimacy. While sex is generally perceived as too awkward for conversation, your partner will not know what you’re thinking or feeling unless you share it. Couples who engage in “sex talk” are more satisfied because they reveal their emotions to each other. 
 
If you’re nervous about opening up verbally, remember that sex is about pleasure. On that note, Magic Wand is a position that puts you and your partner within easy reach of each other’s ears. The woman straddles a piece of furniture in a slightly upright position while the man goes between her legs for penetration. As you both enjoy the moment, whisper in your partner’s ear how you feel. Tell that person what feels good and how much you enjoy being with him or her. You’ll be delighted with the results.
 
Watch the World Spin in Passion
Talking during sex isn’t just about expressing yourself. It’s also about listening to your partner to discover what he or she wants. Communication creates a deeper connection with your partner and allows you both to enjoy sex on an emotional and physical level. It's a Bird. It's a Plane. It's Just Stars makes it easy to express your thoughts. The man lies on his back and, after penetration, the woman lies so her back is against his chest. With a slight tilt of your head, you can freely convey your innermost thoughts and feelings.  
 
Talk and Play at the Same Time
Sex expert Pepper Schwartz, Ph.D., believes communication during intercourse allows couples to “share more positions and experiment more…” Each partner knows what the other wants and needs, so he or she feels comfortable with trying new things. Even variations on traditional positions, like Heat Wave, are fun and exciting. In this position, the woman gets on top but leans forward so her mouth is near her lover’s ear. Meaningful words will flow easily between you, and you’ll be within easy reach to kiss ardently, lick and nibble on each other.
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