Sexpert’s kinky tips to be better in bed for mind-blowing orgasms every time

Are you struggling to reach the big-O in the bedroom?

It’s not always simple for women to achieve orgasms during sex, but luckily there are ways to boost the chances.



Trying these sex tips could guarantee a mind-blowing orgasm every time

Being better in bed is often described as a specific art, so if you perfect the technique then you’re winning in the bedroom.

While being good under the sheets is a learned skill, the other bits, like communication and respect is all down to you.

We spoke to Marlena Segar, a sex and relationships educator at Healthy Pleasure Group, to give Daily Star her kinky sex tips.

She detailed 7 tricks to help you conquer the bedroom, so are you ready?



Trying different things in the bedroom could boost your sex life
Trying different things in the bedroom could boost your sex life

1. Ask yourself what good sex means

The idea of good sex is often overlooked as we don’t always question if it’s really what we want.

Marlene suggests taking the time to think about what it is you want from the experience.

Just remember, it’s likely it will evolve and change over time as well.

2. Research things you want to try

The word research and sex doesn’t seem like an exciting combination but done right can be extremely arousing.

Go online, explore different products or try other kinds of play out there, like BDSM to mindfulness sex.

Look into courses or classes which you could go with your partner and see where it takes you!



You can both find something that you enjoy under the sheets
You can both find something that you enjoy under the sheets

3. Feel your body

If you’re up for it, try doing it in front of the mirror to understand what is going on with your body.

Whether it’s with your hand or toy, listen to what your body really wants.

Femtasy is a great site to explore different audio stories if you fancy plugging in.

4. Keep a sex diary

Reflect on the sex you have, whether that’s solo or with a partner.

Ask yourself if you enjoyed it and whether you wanted to try something else?

Putting pen to paper will help you actively realise what you’re experiencing and what you really want.

5. Tell your partner what you’re experiencing

Whether you prefer to do this as part of your play or not.

But telling your partner how things feel is a good way to communicate during sex.

Remember, no one is a mind reader so even if something’s obvious to you, it might not be to them.

6. Listen to your partner’s experiences

Good sex with others means mutual pleasure.

If they’re not upfront about what they’re experiencing, ask them rather than guessing.

Just remember, good sex doesn’t mean seamless sex without breaks and check ins.

7. Allow for things to go differently

Like with anything, our bodies don’t always respond the way you want them to.

It’s normal to experience problems at points throughout our sex life.

Having an issue with sex can feel quite isolating but it’s important to communicate your problems to a partner or professional to help.

Source: dailystar.co.uk

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