Women are seriously misunderstood. So it's not really surprising that when it comes to sex, women still don't always get an equal opportunity to have a great time. I Here’s how to:
ForeplayInsist on getting foreplay to get you ready for the grand finale. We know he might get too excited and want to get it on quickly, but take your time to get there as well. Not does foreplay feel good, but knowing that you're focused on making your entire body tingle will make you want to return the favour.
Be selfish in bedYou need to put your pleasure first – ask for what you want and not worry about whether he's having as good a time. According to research, younger women spend more time attending to men's sexual needs than their own. It should be balanced, but if you're always concerned about him, you won't focus on you and may never get your pleasure.
Stop chasing orgasmWhen it's not happening, the pressure to reach orgasm can start to mount, which makes everyone uncomfortable. Sometimes you just have to accept it may not be your night, and that's fine. Concentrate on just enjoying the ride. You never know, being more relaxed may help you to be pleasantly surprised at the end of it.
Target your PS spot'PS' stands for 'perinea sponge', a nerve-rich erectile tissue that swells during arousal and may appreciate a little manual stimulation. If your man can be a little bit rough with your clitoris, this is the perfect spot.
Wear something seductiveWearing lingerie can really help boost your sexual confidence. It gives you a chance to get into your zone and detach from everyday, normal life. If lingerie isn't your thing, try a pair of stilettos or red-hot lipstick, instead.