Must-Read: A Pre-Thankgiving Sex Tip
Let’s be honest here: No one is going to get laid tomorrow night. At least, if they’re going to get laid, it’s going to be disgusting and full of drunken hookups and a whole lot of gas and indigestion from that night’s massive blowout feast. That’s just the way it is on Thanksgivings. But that doesn’t mean that you can’t have some amazing sex TONIGHT. So, since it’s been awhile since we had a good sex tip for you folks, we thought this would be the perfect day to throw another one out there for you as you consider just what kinds of stuffings, and how many Turduckens you need to buy tomorrow.
And so today we’re heading over Men’s Health where they have a vital sex tip for all of you men out there. Namely, how to use your voice when you’re in the bedroom:
Steal a secret from the assertive by getting vocal in the sack: When you’re able to communicate what you like in bed, there’s a greater likelihood that your sexual needs will be met, says Daniel.
As for voicing your request, make it part of the sex act. “Most women find dirty talk extremely sexy,” says Gloria Brame, Ph.D., a sex therapist and the author of Come Hither: A Commonsense Guide to Kinky Sex. And if you’re not comfortable with getting X-rated just yet, using grunts and moans are solid ways to communicate you like what she’s doing.
Head on over to the link cited above to check out the rest of the tip, and then get to working on those vocal moves of yours. At least, after that food of yours digests.
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About Rick Mosely Rick is the editor for TSB magazine.