HOW TO ASK YOUR PARTNER FOR SOMETHING NEW IN BED

           

                      


There’s no one way to have sex. In fact, there are probably more ways than you can even think of. Respondents to a National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior conducted in 2010 reported having, collectively, more than 40 different combinations of sex acts.

1.“I THINK ____ IS REALLY HOT.”

Just say, “You know, I think ___ is really hot.” You can gauge your partner on this one, but it’s often better not to do this when you are already having—or are about to have—sex. People tend to more sensitive when they have their clothes off. Plus, if it’s something that falls way outside of what you’ve already done together, you want to give your partner some time to think about it and respond, rather than feel pressured to do it right then and there.

2.“THAT.” “HARDER.” “MORE…”

While clueing your partner in on a kink shouldn’t happen in the heat of the moment, there are some helpful communications that are best delivered in the heat of the moment. If your partner is heading more in the direction of what you like, say so! Mention that what they’re doing is amazing, that you love it. And provide some feedback about pressure, positioning, speed, or any other necessary info will help do a better job of getting you where you need to go.

3.LISTEN UP.

If you want to mix things up, listen to what your partner is bringing to the table too. You can definitely ask what your partner is into, but you can also pay attention to what she responds to. Is your partner reading erotica? What’s going on in those plots? Is it something you could re-enact? What about porn? Toys? Even what’s they’re watching on Netflix could offer some clues. Would they be into trying it with you? Just ask.

4.BE KIND.

If you want to get a surefire “no,” the way to do it is to start getting critical. Want them on top? Say, “Could you try getting on top?” It’s a lot different than, “Why won’t you get on top?” or, worse, “You never get on top anymore.” Pointed comments don’t leave space for much more than an argument and hurt feelings. Great sex rarely starts there.

5.DO SEXY THINGS TOGETHER.

Finding hot new ideas together is always fun, so try reading erotica to each other or watching porn to see what gets you both hot and bothered. If you’re interested in sex toys(remember, you should be talking!) you could head out and shop together, or even attend a sexy workshop—these are held at many sex-positive sex toy retailers. The key is to find some common ground and expand from there. For ideas on where to start, take a look at the The 30 Best Sex Toys For Enhancing Your Love Life.

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There’s no one way to have sex. In fact, there are probably more ways than you can even think of. Respondents to a National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior conducted in 2010 reported having, collectively, more than 40 different combinations of sex acts.

1.“I THINK ____ IS REALLY HOT.”

Just say, “You know, I think ___ is really hot.” You can gauge your partner on this one, but it’s often better not to do this when you are already having—or are about to have—sex. People tend to more sensitive when they have their clothes off. Plus, if it’s something that falls way outside of what you’ve already done together, you want to give your partner some time to think about it and respond, rather than feel pressured to do it right then and there.

2.“THAT.” “HARDER.” “MORE…”

While clueing your partner in on a kink shouldn’t happen in the heat of the moment, there are some helpful communications that are best delivered in the heat of the moment. If your partner is heading more in the direction of what you like, say so! Mention that what they’re doing is amazing, that you love it. And provide some feedback about pressure, positioning, speed, or any other necessary info will help do a better job of getting you where you need to go.

3.LISTEN UP.

If you want to mix things up, listen to what your partner is bringing to the table too. You can definitely ask what your partner is into, but you can also pay attention to what she responds to. Is your partner reading erotica? What’s going on in those plots? Is it something you could re-enact? What about porn? Toys? Even what’s they’re watching on Netflix could offer some clues. Would they be into trying it with you? Just ask.

4.BE KIND.

If you want to get a surefire “no,” the way to do it is to start getting critical. Want them on top? Say, “Could you try getting on top?” It’s a lot different than, “Why won’t you get on top?” or, worse, “You never get on top anymore.” Pointed comments don’t leave space for much more than an argument and hurt feelings. Great sex rarely starts there.

5.DO SEXY THINGS TOGETHER.

Finding hot new ideas together is always fun, so try reading erotica to each other or watching porn to see what gets you both hot and bothered. If you’re interested in sex toys(remember, you should be talking!) you could head out and shop together, or even attend a sexy workshop—these are held at many sex-positive sex toy retailers. The key is to find some common ground and expand from there. For ideas on where to start, take a look at the The 30 Best Sex Toys For Enhancing Your Love Life.


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