Thursday, 20 March 2014

4 THINGS MEN WISH WOMEN KNEW ABOUT SEX

Posted By: Jamaican Relationships

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1)  Men Respond to Praise 

It’s believed that men are so consumed by our libido that we have no self-consciousness surrounding sex. But men are no different from women when it comes to compliments as catalysts for sexual confidence.

This praise can be delivered before reaching the bedroom (give us the once-over and tell us how buff we look), and after (give us the once-over and tell us how buff we look naked). 


Along those lines, men worry about the size of their guts (and other measurable organs), their hair (or lack thereof) and other attributes. Try to be extra affirming about those sensitivities.

2)  It's Not Just the Penis 

The penis gets all the press, but men have “many erogenous zones,” says psychologist Melodie Schaefer, PsyD.

“Men tend not to correct women because they’re afraid women will shut down and not touch them at all. But there are many places a woman should touch.”

Like the chest, the inner thighs and face. Two other key areas: Gently gripping a man’s testicles can be a real turn-on, as it blends control with release. Also, stimulating the perineum, the area between the scrotum and anus, will heighten pleasure during oral sex.

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3)  Men Like It When You Talk 

Talking during sex stimulates more than our ears. What kind of talk? Dirty, praising and instructive are great starts. As amusing as it may sound, a woman’s words can make a guy feel as potent and virile as a Roman gladiator, even if he’s a suburban banker.

4)  Men Always Need It, But Not for the Reason You Think 

Men are accused of being sexually insatiable, but women should rethink this. “Men see sex as a celebration,” says Dr. Schaefer. We move through life at the speed of sound, with multiplying challenges and pressures.

It’s easy to allow demands on our time and energy to rob us of the joy, pleasure and opportunity that sex affords us. On the long list of priorities, it should not be on the bottom rung.”''

If that doesn’t make you want to “seize the day” (or something else), consider the health benefits: Orgasms release oxytocin, which has been called the “bonding hormone,” bringing couples closer together while it alleviates anxiety and stress, reduces blood pressure and promotes healing.

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