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Great Sex Guide: Your Guide to better Sex

Improve Your Sex Life

One of the secrets of a good sex life is spontaneity. On occasion do not plan a thing, except to have a good time. Pick unusual places for foreplay or making love, e.g. Champagne and candles in the bath.

One of the main things is to always have care and consideration for each other. Just talking, listening, sharing time being honest and respecting each other's thoughts and feelings is very sexy. Ultimately, just enjoy having lots of fun together. Also the psychological impact of what you are doing makes sex very satisfying. Let your mind explore the outer limits of your sensuality into a world of fantasy.

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  • Tell her what you want her to do to you, gently without force. Whisper to her how you want it. This seems to really excite one another.

To give her extra pleasure:

  • use three fingers, one on the G Spot, one inside and the third to stroke where it wants
  • when giving her oral sex, use your tongue and lick from the back near the anus to the clitoris and then to the belly button to send her into a frenzy


  • Tell him how you loved to be touched. Get him to work down from the top to the bottom of your body - your way.
  • Get him to read Tips on pleasing your woman

Foreplay Tips

Foreplay includes all things that seduce the couple into wanting to make love.

Foreplay can include:

  • Back rubs, foot rubs and body rubs
  • Body painting with water based body paint
  • Caressing, tickling, pinching,and nibbling each other through clothes
  • Dry sex (simulated sex through clothes - very sexy)
  • Fantasies
  • Holding each other
  • Kissing and hugging
  • Kissing, licking or fondling
  • Licking whipped cream or flavored water based oil off your partner's body (not on unprotected body openings)
  • Listening to music and/or dancing together
  • Masturbating while your partner watches or holds you
  • Mutual or simultaneous masturbation to orgasm with your hands
  • Mutual or simultaneous masturbation with a vibrator
  • Petting with no clothes on
  • Playing strip poker or spin-the-bottle. Click here for other fun and sexy games.
  • Reading erotic literature and looking at erotic pictures together
  • Rubbing body oil or lotion on each other or yourself
  • Rubbing your penis against healthy, unbroken skin between the breasts, lower thighs or buttocks (do not ejaculate)
  • Rubbing your vulva against healthy, unbroken skin on your partner's body
  • Showering together
  • Sleeping together
  • Stroking, brushing, or playing with each other's hair
  • Stroking, caressing, and fondling of genitals and anus
  • Talking sexy
  • Undressing each other
  • Vaginal or anal penetration with a sex toy
  • Watching each other undress
  • Watching erotic movies on the VCR

The Art of Kissing

There is an infinite variety of kisses that lovers can exchange, from playful or tender lip kissing to deeply arousing open-mouth kissing with tongue play. Kissing can be one of life's great pleasures. The art of kissing is worth pursuing.

French Kiss

This kiss involves the whole mouth and tongue.

How To Do

Considerations of hygiene and today's associations of mouth-to-mouth contact with sexual arousal make this type of feeding unacceptable in our society, but the action lives on in adult erotic behavior.

  • Find out with your lips and tongue where his or her teeth are, so you can avoid banging into them with your own teeth.
  • Push your tongue into your partner's mouth and with searching movements explore the tongue and the inside of her mouth .
  • Vary the pace and the movements

Tips For Enjoyable Kissing:

  • Non-smokers do not like the taste or smell of tobacco. If your new partner does not smoke and you do, now would be a very good time to give up the habit
  • Do not eat strong tasting food, such as garlic or curry, unless your partner is eating it too.
  • Good oral hygiene is essential if you want your mouth to look and taste good. Have regular dental visits and eat a healthy diet so that your breath is fresh.
  • Do not kiss or have oral sex if you have a mouth, gum or throat infection. An estimated 250 different bacteria and viruses carried in saliva can be transferred through kissing. Although AIDS has been found in the salivary glands as yet there is no evidence to suggest that it can be caught from kissing.
  • Most w omen prefer being kissed passionately by a man who has recently shaved rather than one with a beard stubble.
  • Make full use of all the muscles in your mouth and tongue. It is much better kissing someone whose mouth responds to yours and who knows how to use pressure, than someone whose mouth is flabby and slack.

Great Sex Guide:
Sexual Awareness

Birth Control and STD Prevention


Almost all women and men are abstinent at some time in their lives. It can be a positive way of dealing with sexuality, body, mind, spirit, and sexual health. Sexual energy can be channeled into creative, physical, or intellectual activities.

There are two types of abstinence. Periodic abstinence and continuous abstinence Both prevent pregnancy and keep sperm out of the vagina.

Periodic Abstinence

Women who are familiar with their fertility pattern abstain from vaginal intercourse on the days they think they could become pregnant.

Continuous Abstinence

Continuous abstinence is not having sex play with a partner at all. Continuous abstinence is 100 percent effective in preventing pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.

Continuous abstinence:

  • has no medical or hormonal side effects
  • is endorsed by many religious groups

Women who abstain from sex until in their 20s, and have very few sexual partners in their lifetimes are less likely to:

  • get sexually transmitted infections
  • become infertile
  • develop cancer of the cervix

Abstinence is often chosen:

  • until the person is ready for a sexual relationship
  • until the person finds the right partner
  • in support of personal, moral, or religious beliefs and values
  • after separating from a partner
  • while getting over a breakup
  • after the death of a partner
  • after an illness or infection
  • to prevent sexually transmitted infection and pregnancy from occurring

Abstinence may be beneficial for young people:

  • to have fun with friends without sexual involvement
  • to pursue school, career, or extracurricular activities

Abstinence can be difficult for some people:

  • especially in a sexual situation
  • if using alcohol and other drugs which affects judgment and decision-making ability.

Contraception Needs

Your contraception needs may change throughout your life. One method may not suit your lifestyle at all times.
Choose a method that will work well for you.

Take into account:

  • affordability
  • convenience
  • effectiveness
  • lifestyle
  • prevention of sexually transmitted diseases
  • reversibility
  • safety

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General Advice for lovemaking

The main thing to take into account with any kind of sexual activity is that every woman and man is different. People have various needs and desires. Pay attention to what feels good for you and your partner. So always strive for honest open communication with your partner. Listen to her as to what she likes especially as regards comfort and intensity

Partners need to be honest with each other and make sexual decisions together to keep a relationship happy. Talk about your feelings before things get sexual. This may not be easy to do as you may feel awkward or embarrassed. It is important to know what you are thinking and feeling and what you need. Then you can tell your partner about it. Be straightforward about the limits you want to set.

People get closer as they build trust and intimacy by:

  • being honest talking
  • having fun together
  • listening
  • respecting each other's thoughts and feelings
  • sharing

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Further Advice

Contact your local health care practitioner, the Family Planning Association or a local Family Planning Clinic. Visit our support page for a clinic in your area.

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