Sex for men is a lot like starting up an engine and going full throttle until the finish line, but for women, it’s more like a slow ride, enjoying the scenery and stopping every once in a while for an ice cream or two.
Sexual chemistry is something you can brew, and continue to brew, as the night goes on. It involves increasing and decreasing anticipation in the girl and making her look forward to more. Read on to find out how to make love to a woman the right way.
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1. Increase sexual anxiety
Sexual anxiety is always present when you are interacting with a girl you like. It can lead to sex, or to a romantic encounter at least. One result of sexual anxiety is excitation of the senses, which makes you more aware of how close she is to you and how nervous you’re feeling when you’re around her. This sexual awareness can be increased to a feverish degree when you’re preparing for sex.
2. Charge her senses
When she’s fully aware of the inevitable, her perspective narrows down to instant action and reaction. This means when you kiss her, her eyes move to your lips. When you touch her, she notices how rough or smooth your hands are. In addition, when you lean over, she can smell the cologne you put on that morning. This is the phase when she’s absolutely mesmerized with you, and her attention is 100% on you. When you reach this point, don’t hold back.
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3. Invite her to engage in the action
It’s time to let her act on her desires by guiding her hand to where you want to be touched and reacting accordingly. Making a woman feel that she’s partly in control and that she can make you lose control if she feels like it, makes sex all the more exciting for her. However, you have to do this without taking your hands off her so that she continues to be under your spell, even when she thinks you’re under hers.
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