Follow bedroom manners and have great sex

According to the civilized social norms, if you want to blend yourself in any society then you have to follow and keep in mind some manners while interacting with another social being. However, apart from your social life, there also exist bedroom manners, which must be maintained if you want to experience great sex with your partner. Bedroom manners are not like saying ‘please’ or ‘thank you’ while you are engaged in some amorous activities with your partner. Bedroom manners are as normal etiquette which if applied during sex can allow both of you to enjoy it fully.

Entitlement to your favorite sex positions

Entitlement to your favorite sex positions

Everyone has their own favorite sex positions and it is not compulsory that you and your partner must like the same positions. You are entitled to your own favorite sex position as much as your partner is and so, in order to make it work between both of you without hurting each other’s feelings, a clear communication is very necessary. For example, you may face situations when he wants to go for doggy-style while you just want to have sex by being on top of him. Such situations are quite common and also perfectly normal. All you need to do is communicate with each other honestly. Being honest about your sex preferences also increases the chance of having a better orgasm because in such events you partner will not have to suffer from the pain of confusion regarding your sexual likes and dislikes.

Faking orgasms is not polite

Faking orgasms is not polite

It is a well-known fact that many women think that faking orgasms might make their partner feel better instead of being honest. However, author of the book, “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Etiquette,” Mary Mitchell believes otherwise. She says that faking orgasm is not only bad for a woman but for her partner as well. It might not cause immediate damage to your relationship, but continuing this habit will definitely have negative impact on both of your sex life in the end. According to Mary Mitchell, it is better to be honest and truthful regarding the way you feel about your climax and if it was satisfying for you or not. Although it does not suggest you to speak bluntly to your partner that you didn’t climax well. All you need to do is tell your partner in a nice way that you had a lot of fun and then tell him or her that next time you can do even better.

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