These sex tips and sex advice for women come straight from men and are co-signed by sex therapists—so you know it's the real deal. Chances are, you'd never grill your best friend's boyfriend for details about their sex life in order to give your BFF some sex advice-but you're not wrong to think that the most valuable sex tips for women come straight from men themselves. Good news: Sex therapists are more loose-lipped, at least when it comes to sharing guys' secrets and sex advice that will strengthen your relationship and help you learn how to have better sex.
A lot of men want women to be more physically active in bed -- starting with the hands. Ass-grabbing if you can reach. When I get closer to her she'll wrap her arms around my back and clench.
But dudes actually think about all kinds of things before, during, and after sex. Here are just a few of the thoughts most guys like me have during sex. Michael Reitanoto tell you what to do if you have the same thoughts when you get down.
Men need to be seduced too! Here are 17 things all men want to experience in bed but may not have the right words to tell you. Luckily, there are ways to introduce these into your sexual routine in the least awk way possible.
I would even go as far as to say that men want the same things women want but are too afraid to admit. Think about that for a moment. From birth, we are taught to be modest even in the United States where women are supposedly equal to men and that if we are sexual, we are also somehow dirty.
Freud once called female sexuality "the dark continent," and if that's true, then male sexuality might as well be the dark planet. Because when it comes to sexmen are far from simple. As much as they may try to convince us otherwise.
It's no surprise that sex is super important to men. Most times, men will admit that it's number one on their list for what they want in a marriage. Husbands don't always ask their wives for what they want, but many of them have thoughts and feelings that they keep to themselves.
Our sex and relationship columnist Dr Pam Spurr regularly brings you must-know info for the bedroom and beyond. Follow Dr Pam on Twitter drpamspurr. While many people want to try new things in the bedroom, often they can be afraid to ask. Here's what men could secretly be after.
Men, whom many women have been taught would rather have sex than breathe oxygen, do have preferences when it comes to positions. And get this: Many even favor quality over quantity. Don't believe us?