Sex talk

Sex Talk: What Your Sex Partner Can Really Tell You

Are you dating a man who doesn’t talk about sex and sex alone? Do you feel that your partner is more interested in getting you into bed than actually having sex? Do you hate to think that there’s something wrong with your relationship and you hope that with some advice, you can change that? You’re not alone. There are plenty of women out there who are confused by what their partners are doing.

Women of all ages and backgrounds are increasingly frustrated with how men are making sex. In the past, people used to be more sexually communicative. Divorcees and sexually frustrated women sit at home wondering what’s wrong with their sex life and what they can do to change it. Even women who are married are confused by their partner’s sexual reluctance to get frisky.

The good news for women is that the men found out about their STD’s like you were, and they are supportive of you and your desire to have a clean relationship. The bad news for you though is that being yourself is just that: a choice. If you want to change your sexual practices and relationship desires, your best bet is to seek out the advice you want, right from the source. You have the power to change yourself and your partner’s attitudes about sex.

Years ago, sex was a big deal for men and women

It was an unfortunate fact of life that there was something freakish to have sex and one of the only holidays where people celebrated was Christian Thanksgiving. Couples bound by affection and passion were rare and couples were determined to avoid the break-up of society’s ideal of sex. Society was looking for the perfect innocents to have sex with and few people complained when, suddenly, normal, healthy, successful couples found someone to have sex with. It wasn’t sexual lack, it was just lack of use of that potential. Today, in the light of day, sex is not so much a part of dating and romance, but there is still hope for that idea.

Start by making a list of all the ways you have found to have fun in the sack without having sex

Start with the list of things you have had sex with and then add all the experiences you have had that you feel qualifies for a more satisfying relationship. Lastly, add your hobbies, interests, and all the people you know that would be opportunities and possible partners if you would give them the chance to venture into bed with you.

If all these things are clearly listed, then you feel confident enough to share your wishes, needs, desires, and anything else you have to the man you want to be with. Nailing these things down is easier if you don’t have an obvious list of things to complete the list. Having a general idea is easier, because there are a ton of things you could want.

Never be afraid to ask for what you want because men are typically easily attracted to women who are sure-fire and straightforward. It’s not that difficult. In fact, coming right out and saying that you want sex will be a good start.If you have found someone who you really like, don’t confine your feelings to just being a lover. Take the time to really get to know him, including the sex part. He may be a good friend at work or somebody you travel with, he may be an athletic honour-ably scuffle, he may even be a good business partner. Often women gauge a man’s success in life by his sexual prowess, so the more 🙂