What To Say During Sex
Okay, maybe sex isn't the best time to debate the president's new economic plans for the country, instead this article provides ideas about what to say during sex. If you communicate effectively, you can guide your partner towards doing the things you want her to do and she can help guide you as well. Sometimes a moan can be hard to distinguish between "Oh boy, that's good. Keep going" and "Please. move. Your elbow has my hair pinned to the bed." Sex is about the meeting of two individuals and sometimes a little verbal guidance will help complete the task.
- Tell her how beautiful she looks. Some individuals are a little self-conscious about how they look in the nude. If she is nervous about how attractive she looks, it might be harder for her to get into the act of sex. Make sure you compliment her, tell her how beautiful she is with her clothes off and what you love about her body.
- Oral stimulation isn't just for phone sex. If you have ever "talked dirty" to your partner over the phone, you know how to create a scene to turn the two of you on by choosing what to say during sex. Just because you are in the same location doesn't mean the role-play has to be ignored. Create a scene for her: You can pretend she is a stranger you have picked up at the bar or create a romantic setting by describing it. Telling her what you are going to do to her in explicit detail before you do it can be a turn-on as well.
- Don't be afraid to ask for what you want. One thing you should say during sex is exactly what you want your partner to do. If there is something she is doing that you want her to keep doing, tell her. She might not be able to interpret your moan without you saying something during sex. If there is something she's not doing that you want, tell her that as well. She wants to please you as much as you want to be pleasured.
- Get a little adventurous during sex. Suggesting something new is something you can say during sex. Suggest a new position or location to have sex. Remember, the worst thing she can say is no, and then you can scrap that idea and try something else.
- Let her know when you are about to have an orgasm. Depending on the situation in your relationship, one thing important to say during sex is that you are about to have an orgasm. This can help her choose what to do next, especially if you are having unprotected sex and she wants to reduce the risk of getting pregnant. It might also be a cue for her to relax and orgasm at the same time as you.