How would you rate yourself in the bedroom?
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This is a question we should all ask ourselves and maybe our partner. If you don’t want to hear the answer, chances are, you may not be. Becoming a good lover starts from wanting to be.
Have you ever noticed how some people just ooze sensuality by the way they walk, talk, dress, their mannerisms & body language? By showing this sexual confidence, there is a very good chance they are “in tune” to the sensuous side of themselves! That is not to say that quiet introverted types are boring in bed, it is just more work to find out in the initial stages upon meeting them.
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It is really important to learn how to talk to your partner about sex before you get between the sheets. We all have different needs & preferences which may or may not be of interest to the other partner. Many things can be learned about each other when the questions are relayed gently & diplomatically without the pressure of nudity. If someone is into S&M, fantasy role playing, threesomes or fetishes, it is sex etiquette 101 to tell your partner beforehand. Blindsiding them with your Zorro cape & whip in the bedroom may not be the best idea.
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