Post courtesy of Dehypnotize
With the new millennium came a new attitude towards sex. It’s actually not new at all, openness in sexuality has been around for centuries. Religious teachings about sex merely ran sexual behavior underground. This has caused deviance, passive aggression, shameful and all sorts of confused behavior in our societies.
The conversation of sexual satisfaction is rarely addressed in long term relationships. One partner may feel inadequate when given suggestions on how to please the other. In most cases someone ends up unsatisfied, fakes it or ends up cheating. This is all due to the inability to communicate our most intimate feelings about our most intimate moments.
Kandi Burruss of Xscape and Reality TV show Atlanta Housewives has launched Bedroom Kandi an adult toys store and Kandi Koated Nights, an accompanying talk show to address open communication in the bedroom. I commend her for her professional approach to such a taboo subject. She’s an Emotional Suggestible/ Physical Sexual by the way; a lady in the streets and …
It’s ok to want sex to feel good and it’s ok to communicate to your partner when it doesn’t. So, how do you tell your partner that things could be better without hurting their feelings? Speak their language! Are they Physical or Emotional? Are they visual or kinesthetic? These things matter because one partner will be into fantasy while the other could be more into physical stimulation. Why not communicate about what you like in their language and allow them to do the same for the purpose of both people achieving satisfactory results.
The common misconception about sex is that everyone likes to do it the same way. With just a little patience, you might find a whole new world to explore with each other if you’d only begin to have those forbidden conversations. Sex in your relationship is not evil or shameful or bad, irresponsible sex is.
Take time and get to know what the other person’s likes or dislike may be or get into each other before getting into each other. Everything that we experience is realized through the mind so why not start there and finish with the body?
In the end, our lives are ultimately what we make of them and we only have a short time to realize the benefits of making them what we truly wanted. So, what are you waiting for?
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- Kandi Burruss Expands Sex Toy Business (thehollywoodgossip.com)
- Kandi Launches Bedroom Kandi Boutique Party In Home Network (theindustrycosign.wordpress.com)