There is no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ way to have S3x. S3x is about you and your partner enjoying yourselves and getting maximum fulfilment without feeling used.
S3x means different things to different people. There’s a huge range of S3xual things that you can do especially if you have done something legal and consensual then it’s no body’s business but your own.
What should really matter is it feels right for you and your partner. But let’s leave propriety, S3x should be fun, safe and with someone you feel comfortable with.
As the famous Vince Lombardi quote goes, “Practice does not make perfect. Only perfect practice makes perfect.”
When it comes to S3x there are certain insecurities that both partner nurse. Your partner may want S3x a particular way but feeling hesitant to discuss it with his/her partner.
He is worried about hurting your feelings or sending the wrong signals which might lead to a strain in the relationship.
As a result, you’re just further ingraining bad habits instead of correcting them.
Here’s what you might need to know about your performance in the bedroom, sitting room or anywhere you may deem fit to have it.
1. Don’t always wait for him to initiate.
S3x may not be on our mind until you put it there. If you’re in the mood, but he’s not acting, go for it.
Some men love women who are bold and daring. Explore every part of him because you own him, at least at that moment. Discover sensitive spot and make good use of it either with your mouth or hands.
2. He is not trusting that you’re on birth control until you tell him.
Don’t take it personally. It’s a huge risk to take. Use contraceptives or insist that you have protected S3x. Don’t be carried away that you want to satisfy him remember he will shift the blame once an unwanted pregnancy surfaces.