Art of Charm coach Kim assumes a guy will be bad in bed by how he moves. Quick, jerky or nervous movements show plainly that "he's not comfortable in his own body, and won't be comfortable with mine."
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You're grossed out by the human body and freak when a girl has leg hair, you spot menstrual blood, etc. Our girl Andrea, 27, tells us, "the yard shouldn't have to be perfectly groomed for you to play in it." If you're verbally or visibly uneasy with the female body or your own, she senses that you're probably going to be a pretty sterile, unimaginative lay.
Fix it: Get over it, bro. Sex is sometimes down and dirty. The more you learn to dig that, the more comfortable she'll feel letting her guard down around you both on the streets and between the sheets.
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Think "I don't know, what do you want to do tonight?" That kind of wishy-washiness hardly impresses Leyla, 26. "When he leaves everything to me on a date, it leads me to expect that he's going to be the same way in the bedroom, and women don't want that."
Fix it: Man up and plan a date. It doesn't have to be perfect-just putting forth the effort goes a long way. Quick tip: invite her to something you're already planning on doing. "Hey, have you been to the Chinese Market downtown? Some friends and I might check it out this weekend. They've got all kinds of unidentifiable things that you can eat. Feeling adventurous enough to join us?" The added benefit is, if she flakes, you're not stuck sitting around.
This is one of the top complaints women have about men regarding foreplay and sex. It's something that even many experienced guys get totally, horribly wrong. Emily, a sexologist and friend of The Art of Charm, explains that she "has to like the way his casual touch feels. If I unconsciously tense up and pull away from his touch, I listen to my body. Also, if he touches me too much or not enough, I can tell he won't know how to please me when things get more intimate."Signs He's Into You Or Not
Fix it: Your touch should be natural, and escalate from friendly to something more over time. In other words, the exact opposite of the ultra-common mistake-not touching until you're trying to "make a move." Also, don't look at the area you're touching or call undue attention to it, which will creep her out big time. All this requires practice.
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Problem: Lack of Adventure
Saying things that make you sound boring in the sack is unforgivable. Among the worst blunders is being judgmental about other people's sexual proclivities. Katie, 29, was turned off when a guy expressed a bit of revulsion about a past sexual exploit. "He basically labeled himself a dead cow in bed when he told me that the last girl he dated was 'kind of a freak' because she wanted him to pull her hair. Sorry, but almost every girl I know loves that at the right time. If he thinks that was weird, I'm going to have to teach him everything, and it'll probably fall on deaf ears."
Fix it: Keep an open mind, and, if you can't, shut the hell up. The saddest part is, the poor schmuck in the above example was probably just testing the waters to see if Katie would be into it-he just handled it all wrong. The best way to introduce something new, by the way, is to gently give it a try while you're in the act and go from there. Just, maybe don't bring out the handcuffs right away.
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