Sex Etiquette You Should Know!
March 5, 2016
When you think of the things that you need to do during sex, being polite tends not to really appear on the list. Yes, you should always be polite, but thinking of the sex etiquette you need to follow doesn’t really take precedent with many of us. In fact, most of us wouldn’t even think that there is a sex etiquette to follow!
Well, there is. You might not realise it, but there are certain things that you need to do in bed in order to make it as good for your partner as possible, and these are things that most of us have learned to do naturally. Want to know about the sex etiquette? We here on the XEscorts blog take a look at the sex etiquette you should know.
There is nothing worse than fucking someone who is pretty much silent the entire time. It makes you feel really uncomfortable and as though you aren’t doing enough to please them.
If you are quite quiet in bed, try to be a little more vocal. You don’t need to scream their name from the rooftops as this can often make them think you are faking it. Instead, let them know what is working for you.
Love the way they wiggle their hips and sink your cock deeper inside of them? Tell them that. Say that you love the way their tits bounce or the feeling when their pussy clenches on your dick. It will turn them on and let them know that you are actually enjoying the sex.
Give them space
Communication is a huge part of sex. You might not think that it is, but if you don’t take the time to talk to your partner about what you want in bed, it isn’t going to work out for you.
You need to be vocal. If you have a fetish, talking about it is a great way to discover if your partner shares those interests. If they do, let them explore what it means at their own pace. You can talk about it some more afterwards, and figure out just where you want to start.
However, you should also know when to back off. This is when you give them space, which is a key part of sex etiquette. If they aren’t interested, or take their time researching, that is fine. Just give them space, as pushing the issue will make them not want to do it even more.
Taking it in turns
Turn taking is something we see a lot of the time, and is another important part of sex etiquette. Instead of hogging all the attention, we might take it in turns.
The 69 position is nice, in theory, but often is just doesn’t work out for us. It just feels awkward and you can’t give as much attention as you might like to when someone is pleasuring you. Taking it in turns for oral sex can actually be a huge turn on, especially if you have a timer so that you can only touch them for two minutes at a time.
Want to spice things up a little? Try a new position. Flip so that the other person is in control and see what happens. Let them take charge. Then, when they get bored or a bit achy, change things up. It shows that you are both there and involved in sex, and that you are really enjoying your time together.
Let them know what is going on
Porn videos don’t have a lot of sex etiquette going on at the time. However, it is there. Often it is just behind the scenes, so we don’t get to see what things have been said, done, or agreed to.
This is something you should take forward when you jump into bed with someone. They can’t read your mind, so if you want to do something, you have to let them know. Talk about it first, as you might with fetishes, and see what they have to say about it.
Don’t spring something on your partner in the middle of sex. Whipping your cock out and sliding the condom off so you can aim your cum at her face is great – if you’ve talked about facials before. If not, your partner isn’t going to be happy about it. It is common sense to talk about it first and at least check if they are interested in it. It means you won’t give them a nasty shock and ruin the moment.
Following etiquette is just as important in bed as it is as a dinner, so make sure you are following the rules. Of course, there are some times when you don’t need to follow the rules as much, such as when you are being dominated, but your mistress will make the rules for then very clear to you. The rest of the time, the rules are left unsaid.
Can you think of some other rules for sexual etiquette that you think we might have missed? Are there any of these that you don’t do?