Who cares if you can't stand on your head and tie a cherry stalk in a knot with your tongue...the only people who care about that are porn stars and cheesy movie producers.
Here are three things that most women worry about and a few reasons why you shouldn't bother stressing.
1. Being too enthusiastic/experienced
If you're really looking forward to some action, you might come across desperate, right? Or what if he finds out you've slept with 20 men, what will he think then? WHO CARES! Because our families are our strongest influence on our sexual morals, many women are automatically wired to worry that they are somehow disappointing their nearest and dearest by their actions.
From a very young age we're told to hold off giving a guy what he wants because giving in too soon is bad. So what about what you want? Stop feeling guilty and start enjoying yourself.
2. Having a full body orgasm
Most men orgasm every time they have sex, women don't. Lots of things determine your orgasm (not just how turned-on you are) like stress, mood, illness and the point you're at in your cycle. Remember it's not you, it's your exceptionally complicated body.
Learn more about your sexual response cycle here and discover what works for you through masturbation. You can then pass this valuable information on to your partner.
3. Not wanting sex as much as him
It's okay to get bored with sex if it becomes predictable. Both of you are responsible for keeping things fresh and exciting and it's hard to orgasm when you're brain is lost in washing-up and tax returns.
Instead of panicking that you're losing interest in each other, start experimenting and trying new things. Ask him to write down ten new things that he'd love to try but is too scared to ask, then you do the same and swap.
For more advice on following your sexual fantasies, click here.
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