When it comes to sex, there is no right or wrong answer. Every person is different, every need and desire is different, every relationship is different, every penis is different. Regardless of how advanced you are in the bedroom, we all have questions about how to make it better. That’s why we’re featuring a round-up of the most googled sex questions; answered for your pleasure and convenience. Let’s get at it, shall we?
1. HOW DO I KISS BETTER?
Listen up. Believe it or not, kissing is one of the most important skills one can ever possess. It’s more important than the type of car you’re driving, more important than your golf game, more important than your 401k. For most women, it is the ultimate signifier of your sexual capabilities. Nothing is more repulsive than a limp tongue, or too much tongue, or a poking tongue, or any other strange and bizarre movements from the mouth. Conversely, nothing is more arousing than a fiery first kiss.
Lean in, tilt your head (preferable in the opposite direction of your partner), touch lips. Pull back a little, and then touch lips again. Gentlemen, let the lady take the lead when it comes to the first kiss. If she likes it soft and supple, she will let you know. If she likes it passionate and aggressive, she will also let you know. The key is to respond to your partner, not shove your entire tongue into her mouth and swish it around. There is 100% nothing sexy about that, guaranteed. When it’s time to slip in some tongue, do so with precaution. Pretend you are standing in front of a big, beautiful ocean but you are weary about what the temperature is like. Dip your toes in to get a feel for it before you go jumping in. Trust, if a woman is turned off by your approach, you can kiss your chances goodbye.
2. WHERE IS THE G-SPOT?
There has been much debate over the existence and exact location of the infamous G-Spot. It’s strange, but the debate pivots between whether or not women can reach climax from penetration alone, or if it requires clitoral stimulation. Insider tip (no pun intended), clitoral stimulation is always a good idea. But ultimately, it comes down to the stimulation that occurs on the vaginal wall. The G-Spot is about 2-3 inches from the entrance, inside the front wall of the vagina. The easiest way to find it (if there is an easy way) is to insert the index and middle finger into the vagina and move your fingers in a “come-hither” motion. To stimulate the front wall efficiently, it requires a deeper, massage-like pressure. Every woman is different, but practice makes perfect. You might not be able to put your finger on it right away, but once you do, it hits the spot.
3. HOW DO I INCREASE MY PENIS SIZE?
Most men spend money on lotions and pills in hopes of increasing penis size. Medically speaking, there is absolutely nothing topical that you can put on your penis to make it grow longer, that goes for pills as well. Don’t waste your money on these frivolous purchases (buy yourself an escort who will appreciate your penis size instead). Of all of the methods on the market, the penis pump is by far the most popular. This device pulls in more blood, which gives the penis a very momentary boost. The moment, however, is very fleeting.
At the end of the day, it’s all about what makes you happy. If taking a few herbal supplements boosts your confidence, then we are all for that. Give it a few pumps if it helps turn up the heat in the bedroom. If you’re happy, then your partner will be happy. And that makes for a very swell relationship in and out of the bedroom.
4. HOW DO I LAST LONGER?
Baseball…. baseball… peanut butter sandwich…. baseball!
You’ve done it all: crunched baseball stats in your head, built a sandwich, or worked through complex algorithms. But the more you try to last longer in bed, the faster you actually finish. This is something every single man has experienced at least once in their lives (most definitely the first time). Here are a few tricks to the trade that will help build sexual stamina.
There is an offbeat approach (pun definitely intended) that involves mastubatory activity that helps you contain your excitement and maintain control. It involves a lot of lotion and bringing yourself to the brink of climax and then stopping until you regain control. Also, if you feel an orgasm coming on, stop and squeeze right below the head of the penis. This creates pressure on the urethra and pushes the blood out of the penis, momentarily decreasing sexual tension. You can also do it the old fashioned way – make sure your partner gets there first. Whether it’s with your mouth, fingers or a toy, you’ll feel satisfied knowing your partner is satisfied. Last but not least, pop a pill. This is absolutely a last resort, but it can be effective if done safely (obviously, consult your physician). Follow these tips and we assure you, you’ll come a long way.