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When it comes to sex, it goes without saying that men and women have very different expectations as well as likes and dislikes. None of us are exactly the same when it comes to what turns us on or off, but there are some things that most women agree on when it comes to determining if we allow him back in our bed or not.
Guys, if you’ve managed to have sex with her once, but you now find that she’s MIA after your encounter, chances are you did or said something wrong in the sack and she’s not eager for a repeat. If you get your cues from adult videos or your boys, you might’ve been led astray…and here are 9 things that you might be doing that SOME women hate in bed.
We can all become consumed by our bodily sensations during sex. We can scream obscene things, make strange faces and in general lose control over what we say and do. But, don’t let the carnal nature of it all be an excuse for a man to act like a complete jerk in the bedroom. The ability to control one’s animal instincts is what makes one human (read: sensitive). And if a guy can’t be sensitive in the bedroom, you can almost guarantee he won’t be out of it either.
Learning how to touch your man is essential to your relationship’s success, growth and development. Many women do not know how to touch a man, and learning this skill is needed for a healthy intimate connection. Touching is a skill that, for the most part, has been forgotten and replaced with other activities, like shopping at the mall.
Most women just assume that because they are beautiful and smart, have a great body, know how to dress and have a great job that they have the full package men are looking for. But some of these “perfect” women have no clue how to properly touch a man. You can only be good at what you spend your time practicing. What men truly desire is as simple as being touched the right way.
Check out the five right ways on YourTango.com.
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You’re watching TV with your man. You’ve had a laid back night with not a lot of talking. And then suddenly, out of nowhere he says, “Let’s have sex.” And even though you love him, and even though he usually turns you on just by laying one finger on you, this doesn’t do it for you. In fact, it’s kind of killed the mood for the whole evening. Here’s why:
Sure, he seduced our senses as the stunning Sheriff Troy in Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married and Why Did I Get Married Too movies and gave us lots to laugh about in the sitcom Meet The Browns. Most fans can and will appreciate his fine acting chops, but there’s so much more to the man. For instance, he’s a founding member of the Black Gents of Hollywood, an all-Black male theatre company. The current production, Black Angels Over Tuskegee, is one of the longest running off-Broadway productions in New York City.
He’s a relationship coach, of sorts anyway, freely doling out sage advice to his female friends. “You have to know where to find us [men]. You have to know where to go and sometimes, pay a little more attention to some of the men right under your nose,” Lamman says. “We’re here.”
If you’re single and looking, take note. Lamman even recommends a few places to find brothers including the aforementioned theatre company and the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE). He emceed a gala for the latter recently and happens to enjoy the company of mathematicians, engineers and scientists. Oh yes, he holds a Masters in IT and a Bachelor’s in education (image how exciting parent-teacher night was).
And alas, he’s co-founder of unisex signature body line called, forplai (forplai.com). “Often, a lot of bath and body products smell like flowers and vanilla. I’m not really trying to smell like [that],” Lamman says. With body butters and mists called passion and purity, it’s easy to image what his definition of for play and foreplay are. Want to know more about the actor-activist-educator-entrepreneur? Keep reading.
It’s something every girl has wondered: am I good in bed? Sure, like kissing, much of it may have to do with compatibility—what might be hot for one guy could be just plain freaky to the next. But no matter what your guy’s preferences are, here are the 7 signs to know that you’re rocking his socks off:
For the signs, visit YourTango.com
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There are just some things that men should never say or do to a woman. Unfortunately, many of the them don’t know it and they later find themselves in the dog house with no sign of getting out anytime soon. To save face, we’ve outlined a few of those things so everyone stays happy and reminded…
After enough men and enough mishaps, you realize that there are some things men just didn’t get the memo on when it comes to the woman’s body. Like these:
Sometime after high school, all guys learned—no more hickies! But, that doesn’t mean bruises are a thing of the past. Ever woken up the next morning with black and blue finger prints on your chest? Some men get a little too excited and in the heat of passion, don’t realize that they’re grabbing your breasts as if they’re planning on stealing them. And while it’s nice we get them that excited, it’s not nice wearing turtlenecks for the next week.
Sex is a major force in relationships, but intimacy is even more important. Though sex plays out into the mind of men and women differently, intimacy often translates similarly. Where there is love, sex is more than an act; both parties need to feel connected. Much of that connection comes from freedom and vulnerability—letting go and truly enjoying the physical and emotional pleasure of lovemaking.
Your man isn’t like the other men you’ve casually dated and shouldn’t be given the same half-hearted, selfish sex. For those we love we make exceptions; and, with him, it’s alright to be naughty. Let your hair down, because when it comes to a bout with your man, superficiality and certain rules are not applicable: