Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Secrets to Having Rough Sex - Safely

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Rough sex. It's something that's crossed your mind as a possible addition to your sexual repertoire, but you either don't have it enough, or you haven't tried it. There could be many reasons for the latter – you don't know how your partner will react, for example, or you're not sure how to do it. Several Canberraescorts reassure that most women are into rough sex, to a certain extent.

This is because there are some acts associated with rough sex that don't work for all women, so only certain aspects will appeal to them. Others like it only mildly rough, others want to go further and further into more extreme territory – it really depends on your partner. What you can do, however, is make sure she enjoys these rough sex sessions as much as you do. Here are some tips to do that.

1.      Talk about it first. Find a way to bring up rough sex in your conversations, and discuss how you think it would feel. Perhaps you can ask if she's fantasised about being spanked, having her hair pulled, or just having a lover have his way with her.

By talking it over before it happens, you're preparing her for the possibility. If you don't, she's likely to be surprised and maybe a little scared when you suddenly start getting rough.

2.      Discuss a safeword. Just as with role playing, you need to make sure you know when you're taking things too far or she's uncomfortable with something. It really helps to choose a safeword that has nothing to do with rough sex. For example, she could say 'potatoes', because that word will instantly call you back to reality since it's out-of-place.

3.      Start small. You're not going to jump directly to hardcore bondage and, say, spanking. Try spanking, hair-pulling, and other smaller acts to see which ones work for you both. If it doesn't do the trick for both of you, discard it. Otherwise, it's tantamount to you forcing her to have sex with you, and that's what you don't want to happen.  

Once you're done with a trial run of the smaller, less aggressive acts, you can then progress to the rougher ones, to see how she reacts to those. Experimenting little by little helps you both get used to the idea, and helps you learn what her comfort zone is, exactly. This is where she can experience both the pain and pleasure of rough sex, without feeling scared.

Otherwise, your rough sex sessions become non-consensual sex, and that's pretty much rape. Again, you don't want that happening.

If you need to hone your own bedroom skills before trying them with your partner, or you don't have a committed partner, just browse online for Canberra escorts to help you out. 


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