Our nips are super sensitive, with varying degrees of sensitivity throughout the month, so play accordingly.Gentle licking and sucking can be truly spectacular, so long as it doesn’t feel like you’re trying to milk us.Actually, no girl ever expects the best sex of her life, period.
Same goes for men who wear magnum condoms, when they -- ahem -- don’t need to.
Editor's Note: Some names in this story have been changed at the request of the interview subjects to protect their anonymity.
Also, in case you were wondering, humming the theme music to “I once slept with this amazingly hot guy who was great with his hands, but he was silent as a log.
I just felt like he was bored having sex with me, and I couldn’t even tell when he was cumming.” - Helen, 28 Sleeping with a sexual mute is like trying to dance with no music.
The benefits go both ways; unless the idea of starting a fire with your dick is your idea of a good time. Also, you’ve been wearing those things around all day, so don’t bring them into bed; that’s just gross. If she’s consented to sleeping with you, giving her the Spanish Inquisition is only going to make her feel like maybe she shouldn’t have. “I hate it when a guy throws me a towel, so that I can wipe HIS cum off my back.” - Pamela, 29 A dry hump (see above) is only a little worse than being thrown a dry towel afterwards.
“This one guy kept asking me to tell him how I loved his big cock. I was actually confused the first few times he asked me, ‘Do you love my big cock? Now she’s thinking about John Cleese instead of you. If a woman lets you finish anywhere else than in a condom, show some gratitude and at least wet the towel a little with some warm water before politely handing it to her.
Do yourself a favor: don’t raise the bar out of pride, when we’re setting it low as courtesy.
No girl is expecting the best sex of her life the first time she sleeps with you.
On the average, women are way more verbally responsive than men; think of your words and sounds as added sex moves to your repertoire. It doesn’t matter if you “just got tested,” or if she’s on the pill. It is a medical fact that we are more physiologically susceptible to STDs than men, not to mention the risk of pregnancy.