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Why You Need To Know What Women Want In Bed!
December 21, 2010
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Life's a little crazy here man, how 'bout you? Are you ready for the holidays?

Well, before I share today's tip, I have to tell you this joke I heard. Got a good chuckle out of it!

An elderly couple, who were both widowed, had been going out with each other for a long time. Urged on by their friends, they decided it was finally time to get married. Before the wedding, they went out to dinner and had a long conversation regarding how their marriage might work.

They discussed finances, living arrangements and so on. Finally, the old gentleman decided it was time to broach the subject of their physical relationship. "How do you feel about sex?" he asked, rather trustingly.

"Well," she said, responding very carefully, "I'd have to say, I would like it infrequently."

The old gentleman sat quietly for a moment, then, looking over his glasses, he casually asked, "Is that one word, or two?"

Okay, now onto the real meat of this message!



What She Wants In Bed

What Women Want In Bed

, what women want in bed first and foremost, is YOU taking the lead.

You must remember that nothing seems more masculine to a woman than showing her that you have direction. That you know what you want and that you're going for it.

In short, she wants you to hold the "space" for her so she can completely relax and surrender to your enjoying her.

That's when she gets crazy turned on (and instantly wet).

Did you know that the most common sexual fantasy for women is to be dominated in bed? It's true!

So here's a quick tip to try tonight in bed or even on the couch. Go on top of her, gently take her hands and place them over her head while you kiss her neck and whisper "You like this" - make sure that it is NOT a question.

Avoid asking questions. Not in bed, EVER.

Why?

Well, because in bed, nothing turns off a woman more than being asked questions.

Have you ever asked your woman, "Should I take off your shirt?" or, "Do you want me to come on top?" or, "Would you like me to stop?"

Big NO NOs.

Instead, tell her (in a soft voice): "I'll stop if you want me to" or, "I am going to take off your bra now" or, "I want you to spread your legs" or, "Next time, I'm going to f*ck you even harder".

These statements convey a strong sense of direction, certainty and that you know what you're doing. When you do that, you create a deeper intimacy so she can trust you more (emotionally) and feel safe to relax and open up to you completely.

, remember this. Women want to be taken, to be ravished. Your partner is going to be wildly turned on by mildly rough sex and explicit, downright sexual talk that would make her blush outside the bedroom. She wants to feel that you are going wild for her, and BECAUSE of her.

Here are a couple more juicy tips on what women want in bed (darn, if clicking on the link doesn't work, copy the whole thing and paste it in your browser)

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