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Tips For Women to Improve Sexual Confidence And Lovemaking Performance

Posted on October 9, 2019 in Uncategorized

Embrace your sexuality – You are a woman. Embracing your sexuality means knowing what you like in bed. You need to be honest with yourself and figure out whether you are straight, gay, or bisexual. Most women are hesitant to pursue what they like in bed because of the fear of being classified as deviant. No one can help liking the things they like. Embracing your sexuality simply means being aware of the things that excite and please you. Explore your body and find out for yourself the places that make you tingle.

These are called the your erogenous zones. The ears, neck, palms, inner arms all the way to the armpit, the areas around your breast, your nipples, sides, inner thighs, the spots behind your knees, and even the soles of your feet. Let’s not forget the clitoris and the famed G-spot. The clitoris is located at the top, right at the point where the two ‘cheeks’ or labias meet. It is just as sensitive as the glans of the male organ, in fact; it is the stimulation of this area that brings most women to orgasm. The existence of the other sweet spot, the Grafenberg spot is still controversial to this day. It is described as a rough textured bean-shaped area about an inch to two inches along the anterior wall of the vagina. Stimulation of this area is said to cause powerful orgasms. A lot of women say to have it but there is still very little objective data to support their subjective claims.

Make your partner want more – Knowing that you can drive your partner wild with passion can be a major confidence booster for women. Of course satisfying your partner should not be at the cost of sacrificing your own. The only tested and proven way to bring yourselves to a mutual orgasm is simple: communication. While orgasm does have a few telltale signs, for the most part, it is felt, not observed. Ergo, it is a subjective phenomenon. You and your partner need to be able to communicate openly with each other while making love so that you can nurse each other’s passion to greater heights.

Being good in bed is so much more than just looking good and being well-endowed, it’s a skill you have to have to master. Explore what makes your partner feel good; his favorite speed, rhythm, and position. Don’t be afraid to experiment.

Making love isn’t the end-all and be-all of a relationship; it is merely another way to establish intimacy with your partner. It is best enjoyed when satisfaction comes from mutual efforts to please the other.