What to Do and Not Do During Sex
When you’re having sex, are you sure you’re doing it right? Everyone’s sexual compatibility is different, but it’s important to understand the fundamentals of sex. We’re here to help you make the most of the intimate moments.
What to Do
Express Your Pleasure
Communicating your pleasure is a critical part of any sexual activity. You could express pleasures in natural ways such as moaning pleasurably. Also, make sure your partner is aware of when and what feels great, so they know your pleasure preferences. Communication is key.
If your sex life has become boring and monotonous, it may be because you’ve been doing the same thing over and over. Try experimenting with different activities and positions to spruce up your sex life. Sprinkle a little surprise into your sex life the next time you do it. It could be the best sex you ever had.
Did you know that a lot of couples rarely kiss their partner during sex?
Whether it’s because the sexual position is limiting or you just want to get after it without any foreplay, kissing your partner during sex is a must-do to increase the connection.
Make Eye Contact
It may not seem like a big deal, but it will increase intimacy with your partner. Try making eye contact every so often, but not too long where it becomes a staring contest. During downtimes, focus on the different parts of their body before taking another look.
Focus on Certain Body Parts
No doubt that genitals are awesome, but other parts of your lover’s body also need attention. Take time to focus on other places such as the stomach, back, and wrists. These are very sensitive erogenous zones for everyone. Caress these areas gently to turn on your lover further; it increases the chances of reciprocating the pleasure.
What Not to Do
Resting Your Weight on Your Partner
This is an unspoken no. It is completely fine to lose yourself during sex and go nuts on your partner (as long as they’re ok with it). However, when you are on top in any position, be sensitive and try not to rest your weight on them. Hindering your partner’s breathing can kill the moment.
Don't Stay Quiet
Things can get awkward if you’re getting down and dirty if no one has made a sound in the last 10 minutes. Give feedback by moaning, biting your lip, or communicating what feels good.
It’s a great way to learn more about yourselves. By doing so, both you and your partner can explore your sexualities with confidence.
Biting Your Partner (at least in the beginning)
Though a lot of people enjoy having aggressive sex, biting your partner’s body without any warning or consent may cause them pain or take them by surprise. The discomfort may reduce your chances of getting more action or scare them completely.
Be sure to communicate this type of play with your partner beforehand, to avoid any issues during sex. Remember, communication is everything!
Avoid Kinks (for now)
If you’re having sex for the first time, it’s probably best to stash your kinks in a safe place if you haven’t talked about them beforehand. It’s important to take baby steps and understand more about your partner, before pulling out anything like a pair of handcuffs on the first night. Be considerate, because your partner may not like the same things you’re into.
Now that you know what to do in the bedroom, don't forget to protect your member.
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