Is it the technique?
Is it the sex toys?
What really makes a Great Sex with your partner?
These are $1000,000 question that many have failed to answer.
There are books, Phd, Sex psychologists, doctors and the plethora of information lists on.
We have our own simple answer to this:
Trust, Communication, Relaxation and Variety
Sex is a roller coaster ride. It is fun, but deep inside we want it to be safe. Safe from embarrassment, safe from diseases, safe from breaking relationships, and other things. For different people, sex means differently. But the one ingredient is there. Can you trust and be trusted by your partner from whatever fears and insecurities he/she has? This has to be earned by all parties involved, whether it is a long committed relationship, or a simple open one night stands.
This does not mean how many words you speak with one another. 55% of what we say is from body language, 37% is from our tone, and 8% is only from words. Both parties have to communicate from the touch, gesture, breathing and gaze to each other's eyes. Words are whispered and dirty talk arouses the imagination.
Yes you can get orgasm but it is only limited to the genitals if you are stressed about the past or the future.
You can get a full body orgasm if you live in the present, and focus on the present. Foreplay is great in helping the mind to focus more on the body, at the present.
If men are biologically programmed to spread the seeds, and women programmed to select the best of the best from a variety of seeds. what does that tell you about our preference for sex?
Just like most of us cannot eat the same hamburger for breakfast, lunch and dinner, every day, every week and every months.... we need variety in sex as much as in diet. Variety can mean trying
out new sex toys, new roleplay, different environment, or also for some, different sex partners.
Experiment different ways of making love. Be dominant, then be submissive. Try changing roles. You will be amazed at the results