Photos: Top 10 things you should avoid while having sex
There are a number of different types of orgasms and trying to achieve them all is known as having a blended orgasm. While it might sound like a lot of fun to try this, but it might take away from the fun you might have if you focus on what works for you and your partner. Forget about focusing on one spot like the bresat, G-spot, clitoris or even her back and enjoy her. This will not only help her orgasm, but it will also make the experience so much more fun!
Don't invite distress into your current romance by reminiscing about the good or bad times you've had with other jerks, hotties, players or loves. Focus on the present and make it the most memorable one.
While it's wise to get into a routine to make sure sex happens, don't let the sex itself get routine. This only invites monotony and the mundane. To keep things hot, be sure to keep it new and fresh.
Remember you and your partner are having sex with each other. So, it makes no sense to just lie there and have him or her do all the work. Be active and take initiative. Not only will this help your partner know that she is pleasuring you, but it will also make the sex oh-so-hot!
Things didn't work out the first time for good reason. Maybe you love each other, but if you're incompatible or fight too much, it's better to cut your losses and move on to a situation that does work.
Don't set yourself up to be someone's gassy guest. Get the walk of shame over with sooner rather than later, lest you stink up someone's bedroom and bathroom. This is not the kind of lasting impression most seducers are after.
While spirits can do a lot for one's spirits, sexual self-confidence, and libido, keep your booze to a minimum. More than a couple of glasses can cause erectile difficulties in men and vaginal dryness in women. Being buzzed or drunk can also lead to high-risk sexual behaviours.
Don't mindlessly copy magazine sex tips. Think about the suggestion first. Is it hot or completely ridiculous? Will it work for your sexual relationship? Or does it have the potential to sabotage your sex life?
Despite popular belief, douching is not a safe or healthy way to clean the vagina. Doing so upsets the vagina's delicate chemical balance, increasing your chance of developing pelvic inflammatory disease or other health problems. Let the vagina naturally cleanse itself and worry about other much sexier activities pre-sex.
Stick with pursuing sexual positions that are comfortable for you.
- With inputs agencies and Yvonne K. Fulbright, author of ''Sex with Your Ex & 69 Other Things You Should Never Do Again... Plus a Few That You Should''