How to Embrace New Positions in the Bedroom

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Every now and again, you and your significant other may want to switch up the sex positions you use in the bedroom. By no means does this denote that you two are getting bored, it just shows that you both trust each other enough to try new things. But tensions can fly if you believe that your partner wants to copy scenes seen online. Here are the best ways in which you and your partner can embrace new sex positions without dirty looks or a big fight.

Talk about what you both want
By talking about what you value during sex will help you determine what stays and what goes. Keeping good communications can help in every area. Just keep in mind that tensions can rise while doing this. You both have to remind each other that this does not mean that you are not boring in bed. This is just an interview to help narrow down your research.

Do research together
By researching new sex positions together, you will help gauge or redirect your partner’s focus if he or she is getting too adventurous for you. But do not shoot new sex positions down; instead, let your partner know that you are not ready yet. By starting slowly with positions you are both comfortable with, can help you build your confidence in the bedroom and make you want to try more difficult positions.

Do not schedule a time you will try your new move out
Scheduling time to have sex is a big no no whether or not you want to try new sex positions. Sex needs to be as natural as possible. If you schedule sex you ultimately take away the desire that helps make sex feel great. Let the desire for sex come naturally, and as you get things going take charge and go into a new sex position. But do not tell your partner you are, show them!

Do not forget foreplay
Foreplay is very important for women because it is a longer process for women. Variation is key, otherwise you risk a delayed response. This will also affect men negatively as well because they love to watch their ladies respond to their touch, desiring them more. So when looking up new sex positions, look up new foreplay moves as well, to get you both excited faster and motivated to try out those new positions.

 

About Stacy Narine

Originally from Paterson, NJ, I recently graduated from Seton Hall University with my B.A in English. I will be starting my M.A program in Literature at Seton Hall University in spring 2015. I love Pinterest, Photoshop, and writing fictional short stories about characters who are trying to establish a sense of individuality while in relationships. Ready to momentarily stray from fiction, I am motivated to write about topics that are important to women.

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