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    Express your sexual needs!
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    RobertJason posted:
    Even today's modern woman often finds herself very uncomfortable in telling her lover about her likes and dislikes in the bedroom. Why wouldn't a woman feel that way? Have you ever seen a man ask for directions?! Navigational or in the bedroom?
    However, ladies, with us, he wants a road map! Most men sincerely want to please women for a variety of reasons:
    1. In general, he wants to make you happy.
    2. A woman's body is better prepared for intercourse when she is already aroused.
    3. When a woman truly enjoys the experience, it speaks to his feelings of masculinity.
    Essentially, his meeting your needs leads to positive, pleasurable outcomes for both of you, and who wouldn't want that! So, ladies, take comfort in the mutual benefits of communicating with your man about what it is you do like and what works best for you!
    Stay tuned for upcoming posts on how to communicate this information most effectively.
     
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    An_251837 responded:
    Are you a WebMD Expert? If so, why is your screen name not designated as such. If not, why are you posting this info here??


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