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Why You’re Failing at When You Want To Be A Dildo

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When You Want To Be A Dildo Lover (Or Just Have Some Fun), These 10 Sex Tips Can Help!

Some people believe that sex is purely about two people taking pleasure in each other, and that’s great! But, for other people, sex can be about power, domination, or just not liking the other person. It is those latter two that we want to focus on today.

We aren’t talking about abusive relationships or relationships in which the power dynamic isn’t equal. Those aren’t healthy, but that’s a whole different topic. Instead, let’s look at ways that you can have kinkier sex, or sex that you enjoy more, without the relationship being completely one-sided.

  1. Communicate About What You Want

Most people don’t enjoy surprises, and that includes sexual surprises. When you aren’t communicating about sex, your partner might do something that you don’t enjoy, or they might not do something that you enjoy. That can leave you feeling either frustrated or disappointed.

Instead, communicate about your desires with your partner. When you are communicating, it’s important to be clear. Don’t say, “I want to fuck you hard” and then not explain what you mean. Instead, say, “I want you to fuck me hard. I want you to really pound me. I want to feel you slam into me. I want you to grab my hair and make me scream.”

That gives your partner a better understanding of what you want, and that helps them deliver.

  1. Set Boundaries

Of course, sometimes your partner won’t understand what it is that you want. Maybe they’ve never encountered that before, or maybe they just don’t understand.

There is a chance that the partner isn’t trying to give you something that you don’t enjoy. That’s important to remember.

Still, having boundaries is important. If your partner is doing something that you don’t enjoy, they shouldn’t continue. They should respect your boundaries, and they should let you know that they are doing so.

  1. Make Sure That You’re Both Comfortable

For a lot of people, kinky sex isn’t comfortable. Instead, it’s scary, or it’s awkward. That’s okay. If your partner doesn’t want to have kinky sex, or they aren’t comfortable with you having kinky sex, that’s not your fault. It’s not something that you should blame yourself for.

Instead, you should respect their boundaries. You should give them time to warm up towards the idea of kinky sex, and you should give them time to warm up towards you having kinky sex.

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Date: December 14, 2022
Actors: Leyla Blanc