If you're new here, you may want to get my discreet newsletter to learn how to make your lover sexually obsessed with you and only you. Click here to get it. It's free. It's discreet. Perhaps one of the most basic topics is how we describe sex. For many people, the idea of having sex connotes simple physicality versus the idea of making love, which is more emotionally connected and involves being in love with your partner. While mastering foreplay , learning some wonderful new positions and using a lot of variation is great for having fun sex, having sex is not the same as making love.
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Let me say here and now, without shame or blush, that I like the missionary position. Making love while lying on my back with my husband on top is familiar and comfortable. It's the meat loaf and mashed potatoes of the sex manual. If you're hungry, it fills you up; If you're tired, you can still manage a morsel. Beluga caviar it ain't, but like a Quarter Pounder with cheese, you know how it's going to look, how it's going to taste, and how long it will take to eat. And if you want to make it fancy, you can always add fries and a salad. At one time, the missionary position was sex.
There's a difference between making love and having sex. You may be nervous at the thought of learning how to have amazing, passionate sex with a man, but you shouldn't be. More importantly, you will learn how to truly enjoy the experience of having mind-blowing, emotional sex, too. In fact, if you follow these tips, you're both about to learn what it's like to have the best sex ever in your lives. We're not talking about the bed or couch here. The single most important thing that you need to take care of before having sex is making sure that you're totally comfortable with what's about to happen. If you've never had sex before, then you will understandably be nervous and hopefully a little excited. Trust me, feeling comfortable with him is the only way you'll feel safe enough to let go. However, if you aren't excited about making love or if you even have the smallest, niggling doubt, then hold off on having sex with your man completely.
What happens when a group of men talk openly about the difference between having sex and making love? In one recent discussion, what arose was the stark difference between the experience of having sex and of making love, and what that means to us as men. The men in question were able to discern the difference between the two experiences and each man was at their own unique stage of the path towards making love rather than having sex, discarding sexual energy and allowing for a deeper connection to form in their lovemaking. What was shared was very special — that each man felt drawn towards making life about love. Society does not confirm the love we are, and thus the love we could be making. The pornification and objectification of women means that to be making love our daily living is against the grain of what is imposed upon all men everywhere we look. As men we must deeply respect women and honour all that is special within them.