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How do I talk to my partner(s) about orgasm and sexual pleasure?

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If you want to experience a successful orgasm your partner should know what offers you pleasure. You ought to talk to them because they can’t read your mind. Be clear about what makes you feel good and what doesn’t. What you want them to do and what you don’t want them to do.

More knowledge = Easier orgasms

The orgasm discussion might seem daunting but keep in mind that your partner will usually be glad to know what makes you feel good. Sexual pleasure is a relative matter and each person’s body and experiences are different. Your partner will probably need to learn how to best help you have an orgasm. When you tell them what your sexual preferences are you don’t judge their abilities or skills in bed.

If you want to go one step further you and your partner should do a little research together. Find books, websites and people related to orgasm and sexual pleasure. Agree to try new experiences in order to achieve satisfying orgasms. Learning about sex together can be fun and definitely non-threatening.

Source: Brown University

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