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Want to make sure you get things right when you're with him in the bedroom?
Recently, we filmed a video on "How to tell him what you want in the bedroom" (if you haven't seen it, this is the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=af1XrdT-xHs) - To help you if he's not quite doing it for you... win the area where it matters most.
However, in helping him get it right in the bedroom, it's also important to make sure YOU don't make any of the common mistakes women make between the sheets.
There are 9 critical things girls do wrong in bed. If you are making one of these mistakes, you risk dissapointing him or turning him off without even knowing it, so it's really important to be aware of these common things girl do wrong in bed.
If you want to blow his mind in the bedroom (and never again worry about him being bored) avoid these 9 common mistakes women make in the bedroom. Learn what girls do wrong in bed right now!
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Here's a question..what if I am always the initiator? He tells me he's attracted to me in all ways, and compliments me every time I do do something special (say dress extra sexy) and still doesn't get that I'm asking him to initiate it.
It's really hard to fight that. I'm sensitive and self conscious about my...well anyway out of five partners in my 14 years of sexual experience non of my partners have been worried about it at all. They were more upset that I wasnt as adventurous as theyd have liked me to be because of my shyness over that part of me.
Im pretty open minded in bed, but sorry, if I'm not into something, I'm gonna be honest and say no or never. A women should never feel guilted into doing anything shes not comfortable with. If a guy dont like that, dump him. If hes not willing to sacrifice one or two things in bed, then he only is looking out for himself
Ummmm no. As I survivor of child rape I'm going to say this right now. If a girl is uncomfortable with you doing something to her she has the right to say so. Just like you have things you probably don't want her to do to you. I'm going to assume you're not going to feel guilty saying no if your girlfriend wants to fuck you with a giant strap on or whatever sexual act would make you uncomfortable. It is not "wrong" to have limits, no matter what your gender is. Women's feelings are just as valid, and they aren't "wrong" to have boundaries.
Tell you what else girls do wrong they grow their hair out and put it up in pretty little ponytails and make me look like an asshole when I offer to buy them a drink at the bar and they turn around to reveal its just a guy like you
guys are so insensitive. you can’t just turn off your insecurities...if you could they wouldn’t be insecurities. society makes girls feel like they have to perfect and heaven forbid they’re ever insecure about something
If it's something I 100% will never do then I will tell him that because I don't want him to have false hope in it. If it's that important then I'd rather not be with him so we both can have satisfying sex lives elsewhere
Since the beginning of my relationship (we are in a long distance relationship) we had fights and I wasn't able to handle things. I committed a lot of mistakes and fought for stupid things. Now my boyfriend (we've been together for 2 years) says he lost sexual attraction (he said his sexual attraction now is between 70 to 80%) and because of the fights he doesn't remember if he ever felt like it was 100%. Which is weird for both of us since he says I'm the most beautiful girl he's ever been with. He says sex is great (it is for both of us) and that he's really physically attracted by my. But that the sexual attraction is not what we both would want it to be. Seeing your videos I'm working on the emotional side of the relationship, trying to improve it and stop further deterioration of it. My question is, is his sexual attraction lose linked to all the problems we've had? And is there hope it will improve and be even better that before?
One i would add is I wish guys would stop taking penetrative orgasms so seriously. Thats why girls fake it...the fact is 60% of women wont be able to orgasm vaginally. But it's basically impossible to turn of a guy's ego about that sometimes, and they'll inflate themselves into being endlessly determined to get it to happen even if you already explain that that's not how you work. They just end up disappointing themselves more because they convinced themselves that youre wrong and someone just didnt do the right thing yet, which is sometimes true, but not always, and most of the time it just puts immense pressure on the girl to do something that she's not able to do just to live up to the guy's self ego. I'm sure you're not one to do this, Mark, but I've felt so shitty and guilty afterwards from faking one or two orgasms just to get the guy's stupid self-competition over with since he wouldnt listen that he was doing just fine and I was really enjoying it regardless of me not orgasming vaginally.
I've never faked anymore since because it's just deceitful but I still run into that problem SO much, like you mentioned, about how validated most men are by being able to sexually please a woman. But listen to them too...and don't obsess over doing something they've told you doesn't work for them just to prove something to yourself...just wanted to mention this in response to the faking thing. There are CERTAINLY girls who fake it because their man isnt pleasing them enough, but that wasn't the case for me personally. I'm fully in agreement with you there on not convincing a man he's sexually skilled in a place where he isn't for the sake of the next girl 😆
kaara's mom I relate to this comment so much. My EX husband was so messed up about my inability to orgasm through just penetration and it really put pressure on me and made me feel like there was something wrong with me. He ended up having an affair because he "just wanted to be with someone he could have an effect on". I was just 23 and had just had our baby. Was very terrible time.
Sincerely, I think boys are who must strive more because they always have orgams. You can give advice to girls in your opinion but to say "you do wrong in bed that...." it's offensive.
I don't have much sexual experience but I was better in bed that the three men who I sleep with . Every one is responsible of its own pleasure, but boys are worse in bed because they don't listen to you when you talk about that it's more pleasurable for you and they don't respect your desire. With two I finished crying when they don't watch me. The curious thing is one of them thougth he was a great lover because he lasted a lot of time, but it's because he was doing wrong!! (he lasted so much because he moved so bad that he and me didn't have any pleasure)
Lmao if a woman is starfishing and doesn't look like she's enjoying herself then obviously YOU are not doing something right. Not stroking properly, no foreplay, not wet ...etc She's probably thinking about pushing you off and wish you'd just nut already 🙄
What about when HE never initiates sex? I am the only one that ever initiates and when i do, 9 times out of 10 i get rejected for stupid reasons that I would never be able to get away with if the shoe was on the other foot! I'm so sick of it that i dont even try anymore, talking to him does no good. Its really depressing :(
But if a woman is behaving like this, she’s obviously not fully turned on and probably rushed into sex mentally or physically, for whatever reason. She’s just not that into it, not ready. If a guy sees her not reacting, he might want to back off or slow down a bit...find out what’s going on-if she’s worth it to him.
I have two questions about this subject: 1, what are ways to initiate without you having to step outside of your comfort zone (as in you don't feel like some bombshell fox like in the movies and what they do in movies is something you don't feel comfortable with). 2, what if a guy asks you what you like and that actually completely depends on the dude (like you did one thing with boyfriend A and hated it, but with boyfriend B it absolutely blew your mind), like how do you respond?
Also being vocal just feels unnatural and weird to me. And it feels weird to me that a dude whispers/moans your name. Like, yeah I know that's my name??
I'd also like to add that when it comes down to the facts, some people are just not sexually compatible. And I am very patient and vocal. I make a strong point to ask what her preferences are or what she likes. Alot of the time what a man says is perceived by the woman as something entirely different and vice versa. For example I told a woman I was dating I could at times be sexually submissive. Only to my significant other of course. Her being my significant other at the time. After being together for three years she actually brought that up saying I lied about being submissive. She heard me say sexually submissive yet took it to mean that I would literally do what ever she wanted me to do. See women desire to control men. Thats why they say men control women. It's their way of controlling us. First women learn what men want. Then they learn how to make men want what they want. True honesty and equality is the only way.
Thanks for the video! One question I have is how do I deal with my situation in which my boyfriend of 3 years has a really low sex drive but we are very much in love and happy together...? I’ve expressed my concerns to him and practiced a lot of your advice but nothing seems to be doing trick. I try really hard not to take it personally but sometimes it’s hard.
In the beginning of our relationship he was so into sex and I took his virginity and experienced a lot of firsts together. But now he hardy ever initiates sex. I’m tired of always being the one to get us going I guess.
Also no matter how many times I tell him I want him to do whatever he wants to me no questions asked, he still doesn’t do hardly anything. It’s almost as if he’s afraid?
Maybe I’m just whiny. I’m just a girl who wants more of his... you know.
I am just so uncomfortable with how I look down there, and a guy can't know what I look like there from looking at me with clothes on, and so of course I'll be insecure when I take my clothes off. I do still have sex with the lights on, but I don't want to receive oral sex. I have had two guys do that to me though, and one of them was really good at it, but I felt like he was only using me for sex, and the other guy was a one night stand, and he was so bad at it.
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