Top Sex Tips for Men

Dr Thomas Stuttaford and Suzi Godson

Dr Thomas Stuttaford

1-Men aren’t irresistible and not all women are desperate for sex. Good lovemaking starts long before you reach the bedroom, so before any sex, have a bath. Everyone smells: some women like the smell of male sweat, others don’t, but no one likes the smell of stale sweat.

2-Teeth are as important as the groin and armpits. Don’t forget to brush them after your bath. When kissing a girl, or even sitting close to her, she won’t want to smell your bad breath or notice salad between your teeth any more than she’ll want to smell yesterday’s sweat.

3-Avoid a heavy meal before sex. Oysters and asparagus are assumed to be aphrodisiacs, but this is only because of visual or olfactory associations. Be careful with drink. We all know drinking increases a man’s desire but decreases his ability, but not everyone realizes it also affects a woman’s sexual response.

4-Any penile discharge or sore, however apparently trivial, means that sex is out. Chlamydia in the male may be almost symptom-free. It may show only as a mild inflammation of the end of the penis, so that the lips are stuck together in the morning.

5-Aways use a condom in the disease of Chlamydia. Regular partner should still have Chlamydia and blood tests.

6-Don't rush into sex and focus attention immediately on the genitalia. Take it slowly. Learn to massage. This can easily shade into great foreplay, especially if your partner is tired or stressed. Use plenty of lubrication.

7-Make certain that your partner knows how attractive you find her by paying as much attention to kissing her, complimenting her and generally spoiling her. Don’t neglect the breasts and other erogenous zones.  

8-Both sexes have off days. Most men occasionally have poor or tardy erections and even fit, athletic, overenthusiastic men, as well as the inexperienced and anxious, may suffer premature ejaculation.

Suzi Godson

1-There’s no substitute for excitement. The range of lubricants on the market can add slip and slide, but should never be used as a short cut.

2-There’s more to sex than pushing the right button. Men have discovered that the key to female orgasm is clitoral stimulation, and many now rub the lamp rather than poking around inside it. The upside is that women are climaxing more often but the increase in emphasis on genital manipulation has made for some very mechanical sex. Going straight to the erogenous zones is the equivalent of fast forward. Men who focus on left breast, right breast, genitals, reduce their partner to a set of body parts.

3-Though clitoral orgasm is easy to achieve, most women want to experience penetrative orgasm. Intercourse is the ultimate connection between man and woman and the sensation of fullness that it creates is intensely pleasurable.

4-Women are slow burners. They take longer to become aroused and get as much pleasure, if not more, out of tenderness, kissing and cuddling. Though quickie sex has its place, for women on the whole, the longer sex takes, the better it feels. If arousal is allowed to build gradually, it floods the whole body rather than being confined to the genital area and a delayed orgasm is infinitely more powerful than an orgasm induced by five minutes of digital manipulation.

5-Sexual gymnastics are often distracting. Chopping and changing positions and techniques can make a woman’s sexual excitement plummet.

6-Trusting for hours without climaxing doesn’t make you a stud muffin. It does make the vagina numb and sore.

7-Don’t assume your partner is comfortable in her own skin. A survey of 3,500 British women, by the bathroom equipment company SHUC, found that one woman in ten feels so embarrassed about her body that she turns the lights out before taking off her clothes. The average woman still spends a lot of time every day beating herself up about her weight and looks. Nakedness increases that vulnerability, so be sensitive to her insecurities and, if you think that your partner looks great, for God’s sake tell her.

8-Be polite. Definitely warn her when you think you are going to come. With regard to orgasm, always operate a ladies-first policy.

9-Remember to take your socks off.

Losing Erection During Intercourse - 3 Tips to Fix It

By Bobby Kolfax

Are you losing your erection during intercourse? I know what you're going through, along with millions of other men. It's an embarrassing and humiliating problem that makes us afraid to have sex. The issue is that it's an endless cycle. You're so worried about keeping your erection hard that you end up losing focus along with your wood.

I used to be like that, too, until I discovered how to finally keep my erection stiff for as long as I want, all the way until orgasm! A few tricks that have helped me were:

Relax: This may seem obvious, but many of you may not be aware of how tense you actually are during intercourse. Your entire body freezes up and you flex your genitals. This restricts blood flow to the penis and numbs the sensation of sex. Try to make your body limp, specifically your lower body.

Concentrate: Focus your entire mind on how good it feels. I constantly find my mind wandering and once I notice, my erection starts going soft. It takes a strong, conscious effort to keep your erection strong.

Masturbate Less: Let those hormones build up! It'll help keep you more aroused and in the zone. The only problem I've found with this is if I wait too many days without any type of release, I turn into a mix of a premature ejaculator while suffering from erectile dysfunction. When I am erect and fully concentrating, I feel like busting early, but when I'm going soft, I don't feel anything.

Relaxing, concentrating, and masturbating less are a few things you can do to help if you're losing your erection during intercourse.

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