In your relationship, who does usually initiate sex? You or your partner? If the answer is “him”, then this blog post is a must-read for you!
Generally, men have fewer qualms to initiate sex, while women tend to struggle a bit more. In fact, it has been scientifically proven that men and women enjoy having sex at the same level and that both are keen to initiate it every time they feel like. Yet, most of the time are dudes who show their interest first, while women simply hesitate. But why!? Forget about the stereotype of men being more into sex than the ladies. Women love to get physical and have very deep sexual desires too. So, what is that stops them from making the move on their partner?
Here is what really holds them back…
Used to be sexually pursued…
As mentioned above, men and women do like sex at the same level. But what differentiates them is their attitudes towards it. See it this way: While men don’t think twice before pulling down their pants, women commonly tend to ‘wait’ until he would make the move, simply because they want to feel desired and sexually pursued. This is a big mistake!!! Because same as women, men love to be wanted too! Initiating sex with him more often would make him a happier partner if not the most blessed man in the world! So, stop waiting for his move and show how much you want him. He will not stop you! 😉
Yes, but it’s not so easy…
Some women may find initiating sex overwhelming or even intimidating. This is absolutely normal when you’re not used to it or if you’re feeling in the dark from his preferences. Yeah, it can be a tricky thing to navigate initially, but in reality, it’s way easier than you think! Just be confident, keep it simple, and make sure you get the sex you want when You want!
Think of all those benefits!
Throwing him around in the bedroom for a change can pay off big times! Yes! Making the move on your man does a lot of good to your relationship and can have significant benefits also to your personal life. Regarding your relationship, you will notice a stronger bond between you and your partner. Healthy physical intimacy is the best thing to increase emotional attachment for a happier relationship. This will also raise the willingness to put effort and solve problems in a better way, or even reduce the number of arguments! At the same time, initiating sex will boost your confidence and make you feel better about yourself. It’ s all about getting out of your comfort zone and receiving from your partner what you have demanded!
Remember that a healthy sex life it’s not only about the act of sex itself. Instead, it is about ensuring that both partners are satisfied to the fullest. So, make sure you’re both sexually fulfilled and stop holding yourself back from making the move!
Read also: Sex on a first date? Hell yes!