#MenAskLikely: Is Foreplay Missing From Your Sex Life?
‘’How can I be better at foreplay?’’ – Joshua
For such a large number of reasons, foreplay can be as hot and exciting as the main event—if done right. It can trigger physiological and physical responses that make sexual activity enjoyable and even possible. In short, focusing on foreplay can improve confidence, trust, and a felt sense of safety, creating a deeper connection and bond between you and your significant other. Ready to get freaky? Here are some tips to foreplay with women;
Focusing on foreplay can improve confidence, trust, and a felt sense of safety, creating a deeper connection and bond between you and your significant other.
- Worship her body
Women often treat their body like a temple. So, in order to reach her to a climax, adore her body. She is not a consolation prize—smile at her and kiss her, take their body in with your eyes. Don’t forget to whisper in some dirty secrets onto her ears. Tell her and show her how much you appreciate her. After all, who doesn’t like to be adored? (We do!)
- Be more verbal
Bear in mind, women prefer men who aren’t afraid to speak their mind. Nothing turns a woman more to be with someone who is confident in what they’re doing. Suggest some ideas or new positions that you would like to try. Women like messy talk and want to hear you gasp and groan. Verbal feedback gives women more confidence, it shows that you are enjoying the moment.
- Find your fantasy
Ever heard of role playing? It is basically an act of impersonating a character and behaviour of someone who is not yourself (Says.. your favourite tv show character?). Discuss along your partners about possible scenarios that both of you could pull off. To help you get past any awkwardness, the experts recommend just trying to keep it up for 30 seconds.
- Do not rush
Convey what you like. You don’t need to follow the exact certain order or agenda to enjoy either. Sexual vitality is a fundamental life force; it’s a base for creativity in all structures, literally and figuratively. Remember to give constructive feedback so they can learn what works for you and what doesn’t.