How To Perform Sexual Intercourse

Knowing how to perform sexual intercourse will come into question if your partner is dissatisfied with your performance. Sex involves other parts of the body being stimulated, such as the brain. When endorphins are released, it makes you feel relaxed. When a healthy sex life is achieved, more endorphins are released during sexual intercourse. Remember to always practice safe sex and use a condom to prevent STDs and prevent pregnancy.

To perform sexual intercourse, you will need:

  • Condom
  • Saran wrap (for oral sex)
  • No clothes
  1. Begin by applying foreplay. To perform sexual intercourse it starts with a man and a woman getting sexually aroused. A woman's vagina has to get wet before you insert an erect penis inside her. A method to get her moist is foreplay, which includes: kissing, fondling, oral sex and other sexual activities. Avoid going straight on touching her private parts, such as her breast, buttocks and vagina area (you're creating a tease that will make her go crazy). The targets of your partner's body you want to focus on is her neck, ears, back, lips and hair (be cautious, if your woman has a weave or a wig). Begin to gently kiss and lick your partner's neck. Go to her ear, whisper her name and tell her how beautiful she looks, how good she smells and how she makes you feel.
  2. Foreplay. Begin kissing and gently sucking on her lips. Touch every part of her body as previously discussed. As you get horny, she will feel you and grab you closer to her. This is when you begin to grab on her buttocks and gently fondling her breast. You can tease her more by stroking her inner thighs, but don't place your hands on her vagina; only close enough to let her know you want it.
  3. Perform oral sex. Most women can only have an orgasm if their clitoris is stimulated. All women are not the same, so ask your partner, how does she like it done.
  4. Good and ready for sexual intercourse. Select one of many sexual positions and insert your penis inside her vagina. Half of having sexual intercourse is still foreplay. Touch, kiss and moan to your partner. This may take practice, but you will become a multi-tasker.

 

 

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