Make the Sex Special for Your Woman: Make Love to Her

By:Ariba Khaliq, Onlymyhealth Editorial Team,Date:May 20, 2014

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Here we tell you some tricks that can help you make your woman wet than ever and get down and dirty with her.
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    The Hot Little Fantasies

    Women love sex; if not more, at least as much as their male counterparts. And you don’t want to be like Josh Meyers who is unable to satisfy Krysten Ritter in bed in the film “How to Make Love to a Woman”. Women make you the object of their desire and can constantly fantasize at great lengths. How do your fulfil those fantasies? Here we tell you some tricks that can help you make your woman wet than ever and get down and dirty with her. Pull the curtains down. Image Courtesy: Getty


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    Emotional Setting

    Setting, not just physical but emotional is crucial in deciding how the night will unfold. Men happily neglect the emotional setting for women. A women needs to feel relaxed before she feels like making love. And you must help her in that. The simplest way is by encouraging her to talk and you listen. Ask her about the things on her mind and be prepared for she may have a lot to talk about. Once she will be able to relieve her stress, she will be able to focus on you and your evening. Image Courtesy: Getty


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    The Physical Setting

    Home or outside- wherever you are planning to spend your time together, help her to relax further with lighting, music and overall ambience. With the help of some candle and soft music, she will be able to focus her own desires to be touched and to touch in return. You could also treat her to a hot bath. Run the warm water, add some bubbles and join her in the tub; nothing works better than that. Image Courtesy: Getty


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    Setting Out to Touch

    Begin by touching the non-sexual parts of her body like caressing her hair and kissing her hands. Offer to wash her hair in the bath or give her a soothing shoulder rub. Women need to warm up slowly and this process connects a woman to her sexual desires. Image Courtesy: Getty


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    Touching Further

    Kiss slowly at first. She must feel wanted and not to be devoured. Women are particularly stimulated when their many erogenous zones are kissed, nibbled, and suckled. Before removing her clothes you can kiss her mouth without tongue, and then with tongue. Kiss her neck, ear lobes, shoulders, and upper chest. Image Courtesy: Getty


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    Removing her Clothes

    Undressing your woman should be slow and enticing; remove one article at a time. Teasing her does the trick; leave on something which will make the love making erotic. Remove her top but not her bra. Continue kissing and caressing her through her bra, until she is ready for you to touch her directly. Image Courtesy: Getty


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    Increasing Her Desire

    Do not leave her upper body unless you have caressed it fully. When her longing increases, begin to slowly move your hands towards the lower half of the body. You should touch between her legs only when she is already wet. This will stimulate her on multiple levels and her arousal grows. Image Courtesy: Getty


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    Exploring Her

    Eventually you can explore her without clothes on and caress her erogenous parts. More than 98% of the orgasms women experience comes from direct stimulation to the clitoris. You must do it. Image Courtesy: Getty


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    Bringing Climax

    Most women reach orgasm after having their clitoris stimulated for 5-20 minutes. You may bring your partner to climax before or after you make love, depending on your choice. You may try both ways and see what works best for you. Image Courtesy: Getty


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    Joining Together

    Once a woman has had an orgasm, her body is the most ready for a man to enter her. A woman’s longing to join with her partner is her primary concern, so it doesn't matter to her if the sex lasts for 2 minutes or 10. If you are overwhelmed and come in early, you can stimulate your partner until the erection returns and you can start again. Image Courtesy: Getty

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