Learn from Watching Porn


Let me start by saying that this is not the latest re-worded version of the Kama Sutra. AnswersFromMen.com decided to give you a real lesson in love and lust, and there is no better example of pseudo-love and lust than in pornography. Porn is not just recreational; it can teach men a few things. On the surface, porn may show guys a few new nuances on certain positions, but there are basically three positions in sex, missionary, cowgirl, and doggy style. Everything else is just a variation of the aforementioned positions (standing, sitting, laying, legs in different positions, etc.) If you take a closer look at skin flicks though, you might just learn something about sex.

1. Men Are Faceless, Pleasure Givers

Having quality sex with your partner is not about you as a guy even though your performance directly affects the quality of the sex. Most young, inexperienced guys think that sex begins and ends with their own orgasms, however they are leaving a trail of disappointed ladies in their sexual wakes. The more experienced man realizes that good sex focuses solely on the woman. The prospect of intercourse is enough for some men to climax. Men are promised an orgasm if they actually do get into a ladies pants, however, a lot of women reach climax with much more difficulty. They need focused attention to their desires, lots of foreplay, and an atmosphere that is conducive to their comfort and that propagates relaxation. Men have to come to terms with the idea that sex is not about them; it is about the women. A man’s only job during sex is to satisfy his partner. Deal with it.

2. Change Positions Regularly

Pounding away behind a woman may be fun for you, but your woman is bored or in pain. No woman wants to lie in one spot for an hour with you plowing away at her. Make sure to regularly switch positions if only to insure that your lover does not fall asleep on you. Show your sexual prowess by seamlessly moving through different positions in the bedroom. Just be sure not to change positions if you actually are pleasing her. Once again, your job as a lover is to please the woman. Think of sex like a good movie. If the movie did not have high and low points, then the movie would not be worth watching. Varying tempo helps to keep sex interesting.

3. No Sexual Encounter Should Be Exactly Like Another

In keeping with that movie reference, if you watch the same movie over and over again, in time it loses some of its luster. There should never be a sexual road map of events in the bedroom like kiss her lips, kiss her neck, grab breasts, and insert manhood. Every sexual trip should be different. Some trysts should be quick and intense, and some should be slow, smoldering, and passionate. Variety is essential in keeping an exciting sex life.

4.  Always Read the Non-Verbal Cues

In porn just like in real life, people are always communicating without speaking. In the adult business, women use subtle hand gestures to talk to the male talent. A slight touch on the man tells him if he s being too rough or aggressive without alarming the porn audience. Real women use non-verbal gestures in the bedroom too. Very few women are assertive or self-aware enough to vocalize their needs in the bedroom, so their partners have to observe and observe what their body movements mean. A slight push forward of the hips or legs embracing the head or body of a sex partner generally means that a woman wants more pressure applied. In contrast to that if a woman continuously moves her pelvis away from her partner, then the sex may be too intense or she could even be in pain.

There are numerous similarities between the sex in pornography and regular consensual sex in normal real-life circumstances. Men just need to be cognizant of the more subtle likenesses. If men are focusing on their partner’s pleasure, being spontaneous and diverse in the bedroom, and watching for the woman’s body language, then sex could be better for both of them. And, porn can teach them how to do those things.

 


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