Sex Tip of the Week: How to Talk Dirty To Each Other – The Dos and Don’ts
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The great thing about sex is (apart from the big O) there’s so much you can do to make it interesting. And erotic talk or dirty talking is one of the best ways to spice up your sex life. But if you’d rather show than tell, you don’t know what you are missing out on. There’s nothing sexier than knowing what’s exactly on your partner’s mind. And if you thought dirty talking is only best suited for phone sex, boy you are wrong! Communication is key to any happy relationship, and the best place to begin is the bedroom. But let’s face it, not all of us are great at expressing ourselves. We clam up when it comes to talking our deepest, darkest desires. If you want to get your partner’s motor revving, here’s how you can talk dirty. Sex Tip of the Week: Have Sex in the Morning!

Why Should You Talk Dirty?

The question should be: Why shouldn’t you? It’s fun, it costs nothing and it gets your creative juices flowing (among the others). The best part is that it’s an extremely erotic experience for your partner to know what you are thinking about.

How to Talk Dirty

Most people are afraid of getting embarrassed in front of their partners. What if it comes off as too perverted? Will they get turned off? Here are the dos and don’ts.

Do

• Start where you feel comfortable.

Don’t

• Get graphic right at the beginning.

Do

• Talking about how they make you feel.

Don’t

• Don’t venture into topics like love, commitment and marriage. That’s where things can get uncomfortable.

Do

• Read your partner’s reactions and take it up or down a notch.

Don’t

• Disregard their reactions and continue with what turns you on.

Do

• Talk about what you wish to do to your partner, but stay subtle and respectful.

Don’t

• Disrespect them.

Do

• Talk about how they look, smell and taste.

Don’t

• Get too descriptive that you both lose the plot.

Do

• Exaggerate a little bit, enough to stay believable. For example: “I’ve never been so turned on before.”

Don’t

• Exaggerate too much.

The thumb-rule is to go with the flow and find your footing as you move. There may be times when you feel whether you are overdoing it. Read your partner’s reaction to gauge the situation better.