For Men – Sex Positions To Make A Girl Feel Big And Tight During Penetration

 

 

 

 

Anxiety is part of our life. For men, anxiety about performance in bed is the next biggest concern they have besides work-related activities. Modern messages about sex seem to demand that men must get it right for the first time or they will be judged as a lousy lover.

 

You want to make it special for her and want her to feel the ultimate in satisfaction. However, out of the blue, all kind of paranoid thoughts flood your mind. What if she thinks I am too small? What if I cannot last long enough? What if I cannot make her orgasm?

 

To tell you not to worry is easier said than done. So, let’s take a look at these worries and see how you can deal with them.

 

(1)   I am told that size does not matter. But I am sure it does.

 

You heard it right. Size does not matter a great deal as long as you know what you are doing. Whether it is the length or the girth, many men still assume women prefer a larger penis. In fact, this is rarely the truth.

 

Being well-endowed will not make you a great lover if you do not know how to please your partner. The most sensitive nerves are on the outer part of the vagina around the clitoral region. This means you can still pleasure your woman even if you are small. What you lack in size, you can compensate for this with your skill.

 

How to do it? Well, you pay attention to stimulate the clitoris and the surrounding area using your fingers, tongue and choosing those sex positions which can both make you feel big as well as increase the chances and time for you to rub against her clitoris.

 

You can choose doggie (enter from behind). If you choose the normal man-on-top position, you can slip a pillow or a love cushion under her pelvis and rest her legs on your chest or shoulders to create an angle of entry that allow your penis to hit on her g-spot directly.

 

Another way you can try is you still slip a pillow or a love cushion under her hips, spread her thighs and draw her legs up until her knees are close to the chest. As you thrust, you squeeze her thighs together to give you this tight feeling.

 

If your woman likes to be on top, get her to move back and forth or in circles, rather than moving up and down. This can prevent the penis from slipping out and can enhance her sensation as her clitoral area rubs against your pelvis.

 

Besides playing with the different angles of penetration, you can arouse your woman by simultaneously stimulate her clitoris either manually or with a vibrator or she can do it herself.

 

(2)   What if I cannot last long or cannot get it up?

 

Climaxing too early or premature ejaculation is probably the biggest male bedroom worry of all. This can make men feel embarrassed and inadequate. However, it is worth remembering that women rarely orgasm through penetrative sex. Penetration is usually less important to your partner than other kinds of stimulation.

 

What you should do is not to get your mind fixated at penetration alone. Instead you aim for pleasant sexual activity by making sure she enjoys herself thoroughly. Talk to her about what makes her feel good and what you need to do to help her orgasm. If you focus on doing what she enjoys, you should never worry about not being able to satisfy her and your mind will be too busy to think about whether you can last longer. The main thing is as long as you can get her to reach orgasm before penetration she is not going to be too concerned about how long you can last inside her.

 

As for the problem of getting it up (if you do not have medical problems), this is probably due to performance anxiety. This can get into a vicious cycle. If it happens once and you feel embarrassed, worrying that it may happen again, which makes it all the more likely to happen.

 

You are not alone if this happens to you once in a while. According to a study, 52% of men suffer erection problems to some degree at some point during their lives. It will only be a major issue if it happens all the time, which is less likely in younger men. In this case, you should see a doctor.

 

How to cope? Do not drink too much alcohol and try to get plenty of sleep because tiredness can affect performance too. Fear of failure leads to failure. If you focus on the penis and how it behaves, this can only increase performance pressure. So, do not focus on it. If you sense there is a problem, take your time over other areas of sex, which means putting more effort to please her. Giving and getting pleasure from pleasing her will ease the performance pressure on you.

 

The first step to overcome bedroom anxiety is to recognize the reality that at some point in our loves, most of us do suffer some minor sexual malfunction temporarily. The key is to focus on pleasuring her. So, talk to her to explore some mutually agreeable experimentation in the bedroom. You can get help from Hot Sex  to get you started and if you need some extra help, click Hard Erection.

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