From fantasies to orgasms and how long a session should last…
From fantasies to orgasms and how long a session should last, the 15 sex questions women want answered but are too afraid to ask
With one in three women feeling unable to chat with their partner about getting intimate, what are the main things women wonder about sex but never ask?
LET’S talk about sex. Or maybe not – as one in three women feels unable to chat to their partner about getting intimate.
The statistic from online female community Scarlett Ladies reveals that the nation’s bedrooms are awkwardly quiet when it comes to saucy pillow talk.
Intimacy expert Kate Taylor says: “It is upsetting how many women cannot talk openly with their partner about sex, but it comes as no surprise. I want women to be empowered and knowledgeable, increasing their confidence in the bedroom.”
So what are the main things women wonder about sex but are too afraid to ask? Here, Kate answers the questions we all want to know.
Q: IS it bad that I sometimes think about someone other than my partner during sex?
A: Letting your mind wander is generally harmless fun. But if your brain keeps returning to the same “other” person, ask yourself why. Do they have qualities which your partner lacks? Do they offer an escape route?
It’s easy to fall into a rut with a stable partner, so try to seek excitement in other ways – swap positions or do the deed in a new venue. If you can’t climax without wishing you were with someone else, it might be a sign you need couples counselling or pastures new.