Sex Therapists Share 8 Sex Tips for Women

These sex tips and sex advice for women come straight from men and are co-signed by sex therapists—so you know it’s the real deal.

Chances are, you’d never grill your best friend’s boyfriend for details about their sex life in order to give your BFF some sex advice-but you’re not wrong to think that the most valuable sex tips for women come straight from men themselves.

Good news: Sex therapists are more loose-lipped, at least when it comes to sharing guys’ secrets and sex advice that will strengthen your relationship and help you learn how to have better sex. Sometimes, it’s all about exploring new techniques, toys, or even mindfulness techniques during sex, to expand your comfort zone while still staying in it. Learn what men are dishing out behind that closed door and how you can use those sex tips for women to have better sex than ever. (Related: How to Have An Orgasm Every Time, According to Science)

Be Open to Trying New Things with Me

One of the main pieces of sex advice that guys tell sex therapists: They’d like you to act more uninhibited and confident when it comes to sex, and be more open to experimenting with new things, to see if they’re pleasurable for one or both of you.

“Variety is part of what keeps the spice alive in a relationship and men definitely need that,” says Laura Berman, Ph.D., director of Dr.LauraBerman.com. Keep in mind that your boyfriend or husband doesn’t want you to do things you don’t enjoy-but at the same time, give at least a fleeting thought to his desires (and air yours too!), and see what you’re both curious about, whether that’s new positions, locations, or costumes.

“Sex is about give and take,” Berman says. “At the end of the day, the best sex happens when you are connected and truly open about your needs and desires.” (Consider warming up with these partner stretches for better sex.)

Source: www.shape.com