Usually we don’t care about words we say during sex. And they can start fire between two people or make this fire go away forever. Psychologists from family and sex education center “Secrets” tell which phrases should be prohibited during sex.
And it doesn’t matter who says them.
Forget about this phrase and never say it! Looks like these words must be prohibited for ever. First, such phrases won’t improve your sex life if you want to give a clue to your partner how to please you.
And the second, nobody ever liked to be compared with ex-partner.
“Will you finish soon?”
This phrase can be understood this way: “I got everything I could get from this sex, now I wait till you finish”. It’s not the greatest thing you can hear in bed. Sex is the process in which both partners are interested, and such phrases devalue all feelings of one the participants of the process.
And if you want to know when your partner climaxes or want to make it faster, do it with the following phrases. For example, “I want you to climax right now. Tell me what should I do for it?”.
“Let’s do it fast!”
Quick sex is a concentration of emotions, feelings, desire and wish. But if it’s accompanied with a phrase “Let’s do it fast”and then explanation why it should be done fast follows, it won’t help to get hot sex.
For example, “Let’s do it fast cause my parents will soon be back” sounded good when you were 17, but today it won’t lead to anything good.
“It’s not so small…”
Any phrases about size of penis must be selected carefully. Always remember that men are very vulnerable and associate sex with their penis. So it means that opinion about his penis is the opinion about his sexual experience and abilities.
No need to tell that the length of penis is not enough. In such case you’d better don’t talk about it.
“Did you climax?”
When you hear this phrase from a man, you understand that he doesn’t know anything about sex at all. Moreover the question can confuse you or make feel uneasy if you didn’t get orgasm.
Of course there are cases when your partner is really interested in it but in this case the question has another form.
“What are you thinking about?”
Most probably each partner thinks about sex during sex. And if somebody has other thoughts, he won’t admit it and such
question can make him distract from sex even more.
As a result, it can distract so much that you’ll have to forget about sex at all.
“Is it all?”
The question itself is not bad, bad is its form. If you din’t get enough sexm no need to accuse your partner who already
got his piece of cake. It’s better to let him understand that you are not satisfied yet and want some more.
It takes men to recover some time after sex, so don’t hurry him. During this recreative phase you can kiss him, exciting him with words while fondling yourself.