Sex is a life-affirming act and one of the most intimate things you can do with your partner. But when it comes to talking about it, it can be difficult. However, if you are not being honest with your partner then you are doing a disservice to the relationship.
Sex conversations with a new partner can be awkward at first but it clears up a lot of misunderstandings and pave way for a healthier relationship. Following are a few conversation starters that you should keep in mind.
The longer you wait, the harder it will become. Start things off with an easier conversation such as consent and use of condoms/contraception. It is pivotal to know what are their boundaries and it's equally important for them to understand yours. Come up with safety words that you guys can use during the act if anything feels even remotely uncomfortable.
“Some people find talking about their desires hard. But if you tell your partner in advance, then they might spend some time learning how to do it better”
With new partners, there can be certain inhibitions as you might feel they will judge you. However, if they truly like you then they will try to understand. In case they don’t, then they probably don’t care if you are enjoying yourself or not, which defeats the purpose of sex.
When all words fail, movies to the rescue! Tap into erotic stimulation from entertainment, if you can’t find the right words. For instance, if you want to add a bit of kink in your bedroom, an easy doing so is by watching a movie that features it. After that scene, ask your partner questions such as “Did you think that was hot?” or “Would you ever try it ?”. If they agree and things start to heat up, don’t forget to use your Manforce dotted condoms.
While all three of these conversations are indispensable, they are part of a larger truth: love and sex thrive in honest and open communication between partners.
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