Let it come to you (pun intended).
For something that’s been around forever, there seems to be a never-ending curiosity gap about sex. Are we all doing it? And if so, how often? And are we doing it correctly? Are what else is there to try? Of course, as long as it’s consensual, safe, and healthy, there’s not many right or wrongs when it comes to having sex. And what one person likes, another might hate. But there are some specific ways to ensure that your bedroom action will be as pleasurable as possible for you and your partner. In fact, these are the 50 best sex tips to ever come out of Cosmo. They have withstood the test of time because they work.
There are oral sex techniques for those pleasuring a woman has the giver approach you from the side, rather than face-on.
Get on top. Woman on top provides easier access to your vulva and clitoris than in other positions. Add a vibrator into the mix for even more pleasure.
Make a masturbation playlist. Taking time to focus on your own pleasure and indulging in your ~me time~ is not only fun, it can make sex with a partner better too because you’re learning more about your own body. There’s really no easier way to figure out what you like in bed than by trying it yourself.
Use lube. Seriously, enough with the stigma that lube is for dried-up older women.
Ramp up your desire all day by engaging in some light sexting at work. Foreplay doesn’t just have to be in person.
Try the Amazon sex position. Or any wild sex position. Sex is just as mental as it is physical, and trying out adventurous and empowering novelty positions can do way more for you than you’d think.
Don’t be afraid to spread your labia. Ensure that your partner has easy access to your clitoris by really getting in there and setting up the scene for them. Sure, light vulva licking is great, but why waste time and risk your partner getting lost down there?
Try a vibrator with sonic waves. Your clitoris is like an iceberg. The part that you can see is only a small portion of it. There are nerve endings underneath the visible part that you can’t see or touch.