5 Bedroom DON’Ts for Men
April 08, 2013
Great lovers aren’t born; they’re made – at least that’s what we believe here at LELO.
And what with the mixed messages regarding sex and sensuality that we’re all exposed to, it’s now harder than ever to know what’s expected and accepted in today’s bedrooms.
Just like the bedroom blunders women are capable of, a man’s mistakes in the romance department are likewise rectified with communication, as well as some of the helpful ideas we offer here;listen up gents, this one is for you.
DON’T bolt below the belt
So rather than pouncing straight for her panties, take the time to build the anticipation with some gentle touches and deep kisses, all while slowly working your way ‘down there’ – only to start all over again and drive her wild.
And before you finish your foreplay, don’t always assume that every woman likes to be touched in the same way – there are women who climax from clitoral stimulation, usually before penetration even occurs, while some experience orgasm from direct g-spot massage during intercourse.
This is knowledge that you’re going to have to glean yourself however, be it by trial and error or by asking her directly (which is always a good idea).
DON’T believe foreplay begins and ends in bed
Allowing your woman space when she needs it, intimacy when she wants it, and support when she least expects it is just what she needs as a reminder that you’re the one for her.
DON’T assume you’ve got unmatched sex drives
So in the event that you’re being turned down by your partner, or she’s just not taking as much of an interest, perhaps turn the focus inward and consider what you could do to better facilitate her needs before being frustrated that yours are not being met.
DON’T be disrespectful
When it comes to positions, subjects for talking dirty, sexual role-playing and some, shall we say – methods of finishing – always, always, always have her wholehearted consent rather than just giving it a try in the heat of the moment.
DON’T stop learning
But you know what the best, most effective way there is to learn your partner’s preferences and how she takes her pleasure? Ask!
It’s certainly not information that is inborn in all of us, and the more you learn, the closer you’ll get to being not only a better lover, but the best lover for your partner.