Communicate for better sex

by | Sep 28, 2018 | Arts & Life, Uncategorized

Men no need to stress, for once. This may not have anything to do with you. Putting the blame on ourselves isn’t something us women commonly like to do, but when it comes to the research we can’t necessarily turn this one around on you. In this day and age women are becoming far more open to sharing things about their sexual experiences.

A hot topic frustrating both men and women is the unfortunate truth of the shocking amount of women who struggle to reach climax during sex. When it comes to the men, many are expressing feelings of failure and inadequacy because they can’t figure out that sweet spot for their partner to climax; leaving them discouraged in the bedroom. On the other hand, we have the women feeling like there is something wrong with them. This leaves them asking themselves, “is there something wrong with me?”

Of course, this is not the case. We must shine the light on ourselves. An ABC news item reported that, “75 per cent of all women never reach orgasm from intercourse alone, that is without extra help.” With that whopping number, we ask why?

Well, it’s all about knowing your body and what you like so you can communicate it to your partner. Former Passions Consultant of three years, Laina Matys, said, “Communication is the number one sexual stimulant.”

Gals, if you aren’t telling your man what works for you then they won’t know what does, as we all know they ain’t no mind readers as much as we wish they were!

“Ladies know what they want and how to achieve it,” Matys says. She added that if women are to use products to help assist them to climax with their partner, be sure to direct him on how to help so he doesn’t feel “left out or not satisfied.”

This allows him to feel involved and will give him the satisfaction he longs for.

– Eden Joseph

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