Explicit, Freaky, X-Rated Photos A porn star shows you the ultimate tip for better sex

Embracing who you are and being open about your fetishes will help you get there faster.

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Jessica  Drake

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Popular porn star, Jessica Drake has opened up on the one problem most couples have when it comes to their sex life - fetishes.

Drake explained that she gets a lot of mails from people who have some odd preferences in the bedroom and she gave such examples as:

I love the arch of women’s feet!

I can only orgasm with a partner if they spank me and call me dirty words.

“I get hard when women call me Daddy.”

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Jessica  Drake



Drake added that most people who talk to her about these fetishes often wonder if they are weird.

She explains that it is the fear of rejection that causes us to feel hesitant about opening up when it comes to our sexual needs;

"And that’s exactly why we’re often hesitant to share our deepest ingrained desires with our partners. Fear. Fear of rejection, fear of repulsion, fear of not being understood. Acceptance is such an inherent need for humans. We crave it to the extent that we’re posting pictures exposing TMI and counting likes on social media, yet we can’t admit what turns us on to the person who might be able to help."

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Jessica  Drake

 

She encourages people to be more open about their fetishes, adding that, "assuming that what you’re into isn’t illegal and doesn’t involve hurting someone who doesn’t want to be hurt, you aren’t weird. You may be different, but we all are.

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Jessica  Drake

 

"So tell your partner. Tell them what gets you wet, gets you hard, curls your toes, makes you scream or tremble or gasp or quiver, what gets you off, what leaves you breathless. Not only is it a vulnerable exercise in trust, it’s also a claiming of your own sexuality—and I cannot tell you the number of times I’ve surprised people by bestowing upon them this truth: We are all responsible for our own orgasms, and that includes informing our lover how best to gift them to us. Don’t deny yourself satisfaction and fulfillment to protect the image you think your partner holds of you, because either you’ll feel shorted and eventually resent them for it OR you’ll get it somehow, some way … with someone else."

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Drake also weighed in on when the right time to talk about your fetish is.

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Jessica  Drake

 

"In the beginning of your relationship when you’re first getting to know one another. But, if you’re reading this 10 years into a marriage, I suggest you take small steps and discover your fetish together, as if it was the first time. Find erotica that showcases it, whether it be a book or a movie. Maybe you overheard someone talking about it, or read an article online. Tell them you’re curious. And then … ask them about theirs."

She concluded by adding that being open about yours makes it likely your partner might open up about theirs.