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Aug


439197 man and muscles 1 Making Your Size Count: Small To Large And The Position That Can Put You ThereWomen may say that size doesn’t matter, but it really does, and being too small or even being abnormally large can make your sexual encounter less enjoyable for your partner. So, what do you do if you weren’t blessed with a whole lot and you want to make sure you’re pleasing your partner? You find a position that’s more fulfilling for her, and that makes you feel larger to her. This could be different for different women, but certain positions tend to make a woman feel ‘fuller’ than others, such as entering from behind. It’s all about the angle at that point, and it can cause more pressure on the front wall of the vagina, resulting in a better experience and outcome for her.

If that’s not comfortable for you, though, or if she isn’t interested in that, you can always experiment with other positions and look for the ones that bring the most pleasure to her. There are times when it really isn’t about the size but about what you’re doing with it, and it’s important to pay attention to her signals so that you can take your cues from her. That way you’ll know what she enjoys the most and you won’t have to be guessing about it. Open and honest communication about sex can make a relationship much more fulfilling, as can allowing her to show you what she likes, so that you both can find what you really enjoy. A lot of men don’t take the time to do this, but women appreciate a partner who’s receptive to their needs.

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8
Aug


508417 welcome to hillside Be Well Equipped For Your G Spot Quest: Manners and Etiquette In The BedroomSome women honestly don’t care that much about their G spot. They’re quite content with clitoral orgasms and don’t need anything else to please them in the bedroom. However, if you and your partner want to do a little bit of experimenting there are plenty of other things that you can do, and looking for the G spot is one of them. If you’re going to do that, you can’t just dive right in. Any kind of sexual experimentation is something that should be discussed with your partner and isn’t something that you want to try without asking. Some people don’t react well to surprises, especially of such a personal nature, and it’s always best to have open lines of communication when it comes to your relationship in the bedroom. It’s not a place where you want to misunderstand each other.

In addition to that, it’s important to be sensitive to what your partner wants and needs, so don’t just assume that she will be receptive. If you know your partner very well, you already have a good idea of whether she’s going to welcome the experimentation or whether she’s just going to find it uncomfortable. If you haven’t been with your partner long and your bedroom life is relatively new you’ll need to be even more careful, since mixed signals and other communication issues can arise. By being respectful, following your partner’s lead, and paying attention to verbal and non-verbal clues, you’ll be a lot better able to please your partner.

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7
Aug


507959 warning  If She Thinks She Has To Pee, You’re Almost ThereIt may sound crazy, but the right kind of stimulation can make a woman feel as though she has to pee. She actually doesn’t, so neither one of you should be worried about that happening, but that pressure in just the right spot can indicate that she’s about to have an orgasm. This ‘need to pee’ feeling can be much more pronounced with an impending G spot orgasm than with an upcoming clitoral orgasm, but any orgasm can give a woman that feeling sometimes. Don’t be concerned that something is wrong if that feeling occurs, because it’s actually fairly common in a lot of women. It has to do with the pressure that’s put on the bladder during intercourse, and it’s based on the angle of the penis.

Some women may get it a lot and some women may experience it very rarely or not at all. A woman who has gotten it with one partner may not experience it with a different partner, either, because of a difference in penis size. If you notice your woman is experiencing this, though, because she comments on it to you, you can be sure that she’s getting very close to experiencing an orgasm. It’s not the time to stop and discuss it or let her get up to see if she really does need to pee. Changing position or rhythm could also slow her progress, so just keep doing what you’re doing when she makes that comment, and you’ll both be on your way to a great sexual experience.

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