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How to get everything you want and need in the bedroom

Ivana Pelisek | Interrobang | Opinion | November 23rd, 2009

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A touchy subject to bring up between both sexes I'm sure, but how does a female get everything she wants and desires in the bedroom?

Even if you are a woman in charge of knowing what you want out of your sex life, there are individuals who may not share in your enthusiasm.

There are people and couples out there who do, in fact, settle for second best when it comes to intimacy with their partner and should know at this very moment that is not a way to live. Either move on or have fun learning new ways to entice the inner you. At the very least do not settle thinking this is as good as it gets.

To say the least, it is not always that we may feel uncomfortable or even shy away by asking for what we want in the bedroom, but have you ever stopped to think that it may be because we are unsure of what exactly it is we need in order to satisfy what is missing?

A new study conducted explains how merely 20 per cent of women do not get sexually turned on by their partner and about 26 per cent of women are unable to reach orgasm. Shocking fact I know.

The numbers are based on women who partake in these random surveys, so imagine what the reality of women who cannot climax actually is?

Scary thought to think really. That a woman who is too scared to learn about her own anatomy would feel too scared to even begin to ask her partner what it is she requires from him.

First things first, learn your body and what it is you need in order to feel good when you are with your partner. The last thing you want is miscommunication with your significant other about whether or not he is pleasing you in a way that you need in order to make you feel content and satisfied.

The female body even for most females is a foreign land and takes time figuring out. Imagine how a man must feel when we are unable to fully communicate what it is we need in order to feel satisfied?

The worst-case scenario would be to lie to the poor schmuck and pretend what he does do is indeed the right thing. Do you really want to keep lying to your sweetie and have him continually do the same awful thing every single time thinking it does actually please you? I don't think so.

So, instead share with your partner what it is you need in the bedroom so you actually enjoy doing the deed, together.
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