Sensible Seductress

Though you do enjoy sex, it's just not something you think about on a daily basis. After all, if it ain't broke, don't fix it, right? For you, sex is about friendship and companionship, not violins and red wine.It has been working so far, but you might be surprised to find that there's more to sex than the good ol' stuff you've been doing. "It sounds to me like that dismissive attitude could be covering up embarrassment, and fear of exposing your deeper self to your partner," says Joan Elizabeth Lloyd, author of Naughty Secrets: What Your Neighbors Are Really Doing Behind Their Bedroom Doors (Warner Books, 2003). "Try whispering a four-letter word in the dark, and see if the embarrassment that rises has a delicious frisson to it -- I'll bet it does."Try to connect with your guy, maybe by reading sex-advice books together, and bookmarking the things you'd like to try. It's a pragmatic and indirect approach you're comfortable with, but it might lead you into titillating territory that's new to you. "It's okay to laugh and feel silly," Lloyd assures us. "There's a lot of fun to be had with a wonderful and trusted lover."

I do like to subtly seduce my men at times.
AndiSissy AndiSissy
56-60, M
Sep 20, 2012