facebook Share on Facebook 1. Treating someone’s body like it is literally the best thing you have ever seen EVER.

“Absolute adoration of your body is DEFINITELY one.” —Erika Isme (Facebook)

2. Knowing the importance of consent.

When you’re changing from one action to another, ask if it’s OK. Once again, you can make this sexy without killing the mood, if you so please. Someone who is good in bed is someone who pays attention to their partner. Ask for consent and see what they are into first.” —Mariah Miller (Facebook)

3. Talking about sex and what each person likes/dislikes like it’s NBD.

“Someone who’s willing talk to you about what they want and what you want and then deliver.”

4. Getting a little weird.

don’t be afraid to show off those quirky sex things you’ve always wanted to try. A partner that you work well with will understand and probably show you a thing or two you didn’t think you could like.” —Bailey Parenteau (Facebook)

5. Being honest about orgasms.

“Stop faking orgasms! When you are sending out the ‘Way to go, Casanova’ vibes, they aren’t going to know they are in your belly button. Moving your hips or guiding them with your hand or moans will turn them into great lovers and they will think they did it on their own. You both win.” —Jeni Silva (Facebook)

6. Sharing a particular kink.

“Similar tastes. Among all the others (consent, communication, etc.) that are pretty obvious, there’s nothing better than finding out that your partner has a kink that is perfectly in line with your own.”

7. Being a giver.

“Acting like all that matters is my pleasure and how I feel. That makes me sound selfish, but it makes me want to do to the same to the other party and makes me want to try to match their efforts. It can make for a very intense sexual experience.”

8. But also being a ~little~ selfish.

“You need to get the balance between being a totally selfless lover, one who is rewarded by seeing your lover’s pleasure, and being just selfish enough to be able to intensely enjoy the sex.” —Cheryl Garvey (Facebook)

9. Laughing when it’s acceptable to laugh.

“Giggling and being playful is a must. Taking sex too seriously is really awkward. Laughing really takes things to a much more relaxed and comfortable level.” —Meg Lacy (Facebook)

10. And legit having fun while you’re at it.

“Sex is funny. It’s awkward. It’s let’s-get-naked-and-bump-our-gross-bodies-together. Weird things happen. Weird noises, wet spots, falling off the bed, and don’t even get me started on having a dog in the room with you! The best sex I’ve ever had is whern we can laugh at each other and the situation. Sex doesn’t have to be so serious! Laugh at each other, have fun with each other, and make sure your partner is taken care of.”









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