For a French woman, every aspect of life is romantic, passionate, and pleasurable. After all, France is referred to as the romance capital of the world, where seduction and sexuality is a way of life for the ladies. It's in everything they do – from the lingerie they wear to bed and the way they apply their makeup, to how they strut down the boulevard in stilettos when they shop. (Lingerie is a French word, by the way!) Why do you think we call that special, sensual tantalizing kiss with the tongue a French kiss? Because when it comes to creating a hot and steamy sexual encounter, no one does it quite like a French mademoiselle.
French women are somewhat theatrical when it comes to sleeping with a man –the stage is always set for seduction. They pay attention to the most seemingly insignificant details to maximize a romantic experience so it can be as pleasurable as possible for both parties. By wearing beautiful undergarments, bathing with perfumed soaps, using skin lotions and creams and always keeping a bottle of good champagne in the fridge, French women are always ready for a little ooh la la. This way, she always feels beautiful, confident and geared up to truly allow herself to be carried away by the sexuality and passion of the moment.
By creating a kind of psychic "path" in her life, the French woman generates a way for love to find its way to her front door. Using her senses, she is able to seduce her lover in such a way that he keeps coming back for more, all the while treating her like the lady she is –not some tramp who is desperate for a little male attention. The mystery of the French woman is that her man knows he can lose her at any moment. French women understand that romance and seduction take time. Love is a ritual and is meant to be appreciated slowly, just the way good food is appreciated.
We can learn a lot from the women of France. Here are a few simple and easy tips that will teach you how to use your five senses to seduce your man and keep him on his toes:
French Technique: Use Conversation to Arouse the Intellect
Our sense of hearing is an integral part of conversation and intellect. Stimulating the ears can stimulate the intellect, which, in turn, stimulates the libido. Edith Kunz, author of Fatale: How French Women Do It, tells us that in France, “scintillating repartee is highly prized. Electronic entertainments and mindless parlor games are slow to catch on in a country where human spontaneity and quick wit is revered.” She goes on further to say, “French women know better than to bore male suitors,” with mindless talk about subjects only interesting to the speaker.
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