When it comes to s*x, men make a whole lot of mistakes which ruin their happiness. Here is what you need to know.
If you want to blow her mind in the bedroom don’t get caught out with these frisky faux-pas. According to research, here are three slip-ups men often make between the sheets.
1. Skip the foreplay
Breezing straight through to the final act won’t help in the long run.
Women like to be stimulated mentally and physically during sex, so pay attention on your seduction techniques to make sure she’s in the mood.
On average it takes a woman between 15-40 minutes to climax and the warm up is one of the most important parts for her.
2. Stress about the G-spot
The elusive erogenous zone has long since been a mystery to men even though it has been dubbed the second most effective way to make her orgasm.
But don’t focus too hard on hitting it because some sexologists believe it is just a myth.
Urology expert Helen O’Connell, who’s inspected more than 50 vaginas, claims she’s never come across it.
She told News.com.au that her work “did not seem to show anything in the vaginal wall that would be a direct anatomical structure leading to that experience”.
3. Expect her to orgasm from intercourse
The majority of women can’t actually climax from sex alone.
According to stats from Planned Parenthood, one in three ladies have trouble reaching their peak at all during sex.
Meanwhile 80% find it difficult to get off from vaginal intercourse.
To blow her mind in the bedroom, make sure to focus on the foreplay and stimulate her clitoris during the act.
4. Give her the cold shoulder
A post-s*x cuddle is just as important to her pleasure as foreplay, according to recent research from the Sex Information and Education Council of Canada and Trojan condoms.
In fact you could boost her sexual enjoyment by a whopping 30% if you do this one thing after your steamy romp.
But more than half of lads (53%) are making the easily-avoidable error by skipping it.
A massive 71% of women who cuddled for between six and 10 minutes rated their romp as “very pleasurable” compared to 41% of women who cuddled less.