Thursday, December 25, 2014
Modern Sex Rules
The new century and the modern lifestyle brought new rules in the field of sexual relationships between men and women. Only a small number of men still adhere to the traditional rules that were applied in the past, although many women still have great expectations from their partners. Maybe it is time for all of us to forget how it used to be and revise the things that we are used to do. Times have changed whether we like that or not.
1. Long sex doesn’t mean good sex
In the past people believed that the length of sex is the only thing that counts when it comes to quality sex - the longer – the better. Many men in the past were frustrated because of their inability because of their lack of endurance, but today they can relax. The new rules suggest that the most important thing is to have sex in which both partners enjoy no matter how long it lasts. In fact even a quickie can improve the sexual relationship, love and sexual pleasure of both partners. Besides that, there is only a small number of people who have time to arrange a romantic dinner and a bedroom with candles and rose petals on the floor. Of course, you can do this one in a while, but until then enjoy in fast sex.
2. Anyone can make the move
The old rules suggest that the man should be the first to make a move, but this rule is long gone. There are no longer male-female division of tasks and actions. Women have long fought for their rights and emancipation, but some of them still expect men to approach them first and call them out on a date, pay dinner or let them know that they are interested. It is clear that women still want to be desirable and that men still need to put some effort to seduce them, but this is no longer a rule. Women need to be independent and this rule applies for intimate relationships too.
3. Share your intimate thoughts with your partner
Decades ago, women kept their sexual fantasy in their heads and they even avoided sharing these fantasies with their best friends. Today, you can tell everything about these fantasies to your partner. In fact, this kind of conversation/confession can heat up the atmosphere in your bedroom and it will increase your self-confidence and intimacy. Sometimes we should treat our brain as a potential sex organ. Even certain stories and daydreaming about some sexy place or position can boost libido and spice up the things in your bedroom. Don’t feel ashamed to talk about your fantasies with your partner.
4. Partners are equal in the sex act
The common belief that men are the main initiators of sexual intercourses is changed. Men are no longer viewed as leaders in the sex game. Being dominant is the right of every man and woman. This means both partners can initiate sex, change of sex position and add new elements in the sex game.