Sex is full of surprises, and one of the things you need to learn is how to have sexual pleasure so you can keep the bedroom action interesting. Even when you've had years and years of sexual experience, there are still plenty of areas where you can be left in the dark. Sexual pleasure comes in all shapes and sizes, and you shouldn't be afraid to investigate the hottest and most interesting sexual pleasures. Learn the different types of sexual pleasure here.
- Try different sexual positions. You would be amazed at how many men stick with one or two positions and never, ever change to a new setup. The guys figure that if it ain't broke, don't fix it, but you'll find that you'll get bored very fast. Worse, your woman is going to up and walk out of the room eventually. Trying positions that switch to the girl on top, spooning, doggy style, side of the bed, on the floor, in the kitchen, anywhere you can think of. Bodies are wonderfully flexible things, so don't be afraid to twist around to an interesting position that leaves you looking like a pretzel.
- Explore your kinky side. Kinks and sexual preferences will help keep you completely aroused in the bedroom, whether you want to be tied up or you want to dress up in costumes for role playing. Kinky sex play can be difficult because you need to seek out a partner that is all for your kink, but even if your woman isn't down with getting tied up and hung from the ceiling fan, you can probably come to some sort of compromise.
- Use masturbation aids. Women don't get all of the interesting sex toys – masturbation sleeves and other sex aids can help out men with their solo pleasure as well. In addition to the normal masturbating tools you can also look into anal play. Lots of men shy away from anal play but exploring prostrate pleasure can add a new depth of sexual flavor.
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