Things to Say During Sex by Dr. Limor-Sexologist

“What are the good things that you can do while in bed? What can we do to make it more pleasurable? What should I say to her? What is the no-no in bed?”

Transcript From Dr. Limor Blockman on
‘Things to Say During Sex’

We have many Floridians writing to us, and I encourage everyone from every state to do that. So David from Florida wrote, “What are the good things that you can do while in bed? What can we do to make it more pleasurable? What should I say to her? What is the no-no in bed?”

So many factors come into play, and we’re going to start really quick with the Dos because that’s the most important thing. So the main thing to do is to be attentive, and complementary. Now as opposed to the video that we recorded before regarding “What to do before you get intimate?” It’s really very valuable if you do comment on body parts, areas that you find attractive, everything to make her feel comfortable and good.

Ask her for directions. Don’t think about how you’re doing it in a manner that makes her feel uncomfortable, but in a manner that will tell her that you want to be a better lover and you want her direction when it comes to it. So take it in a kind manner, and of course put her first. That’s the main thing. You should always keep in mind that her pleasure comes first. That’s the staple of a good lover.

And of course, the Don’ts, which are very important as well. Don’t force her to do anything she doesn’t like to do. That applies to everything and anything. You may have a conversation out of bed if you choose, but not while in bed. That’s not a good thing to integrate into your lovemaking. Don’t ignore her pleasure. As I’ve said, put her pleasure first, but don’t even ignore things that may contribute to it.

If she wants to do something that you’re less keen on, try to go with the flow and accept everything that she’s asking because female pleasure and female sexual cycle is, by far, more complicated than males. Don’t keep your eyes closed. I get that comment from many, many women that I come across as clients and patients. Many of them tell me, “Look. I can’t find any cues in his eyes, and it’s frustrating.” So try to keep your eyes open, look at her, and give her some information within your eyes. It’s very relevant.

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