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723757 womans midsection 8 Different Strokes:  Everyone Is Built Differently, Learn Your PartnerThe idea that all men and all women are built the same is silly. Of course the basic anatomical ideas are the same, but each person is just a little bit different. If you’re with a new partner, it’s very important that you learn what he or she wants and needs. Some people are smaller or larger than others, and that’s true of the size of a woman’s vagina as well as the size of a man’s penis. Some people also like things more aggressive and others prefer to remain gentle and take things slowly. If you’re comfortable enough to have sex with your new partner you should be comfortable enough to talk to that person about his or her needs, as well. Communication can be very sexy, and it can make things go much better during that first encounter and all of the encounters that come after.

It’s a great thing to be able to talk openly and honestly with your partner about sex, because it shows maturity, and it also shows that you care about your partner and what he or she has to say. Feelings do matter, even if some people are only interested in the physical gratification. For those who are in relationships or who just want to make sure that they actually please the people they get involved with, remembering that everyone is different can help them along. Just because your last partner liked something doesn’t mean that your new partner will, and keeping that in mind can keep things in the bedroom much, much better.

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Aug


126795 passion Failing the Quest: What To Do When You Can’t Find The G SpotThe G spot is said to be very elusive. Some people probably don’t agree because they’ve been able to find it, but others aren’t so lucky and they struggle to see where it is and what to do with it – or they just can’t seem to locate it no matter what they’re doing. That’s true of women who want to find their own G spot and of men who are trying to find their partner’s G spot to see how much pleasure it can bring. For men this can be especially frustrating because they are trying very hard to please their partner and they want to be able to give her what she needs – not to mention that they don’t want to look foolish and inexperienced in bed. Sometimes, though, you just can’t find the G spot no matter how hard you try. If you have good and open communication with your partner, you can ask her about it. Has she found it? Could she guide you?

It shouldn’t be a race, a contest, or a conquest. It should only be something that two people are doing together out of love and enjoyment. If you treat it that way and show your partner that you’re taking it seriously but wanting to have some fun it’s much more likely that she’ll be receptive to helping you locate what you’re looking for. After all, she wants to enjoy the experience, too. Even if you don’t find the G spot, though, there are many other things you can do. Clitoral stimulation works very well for most women, and a thorough exploration of her can leave her very satisfied.

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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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