Fuckbuddy

Fuckbuddy

Communication is the key to a lot of things and one amongst them being sexual intimacy. Yes! Being communicative helps you feel closer to your fuck buddy which results in a great sex. But not everyone is talkative or expressive about their sexuality, some feel shy and embarrassed to talk about what they get up to in the bedroom. Everyone is different and some really don’t feel the need to talk, but if you are somebody who’s interested in talking, but don’t know when and how, then the below written can help you take the first few steps in the direction:

Before sex

If you have never talked about sex with your casual sex buddy, then the best time to do it is before sex. Yes! Do it before you people get into bed together. What to talk? Well, talk about what you like in bed, your preferences, your dislikes, your sexual fantasies, etc.

Having this kind of conversation will help you lay the background for better intimacy. You’ll be able to satisfy your partner well and the vice versa.

During sex

Nothing is more enduring of a good time during sex than an equal or better participation from your partner’s side. And, you can always make your partner feel good about your casual sex by telling him/her how you feel about it, right away. If you like some act or position more than the others, then reinforce that, if you want a different speed, tell your partner, also tell them about your discomforts, if any. In short, voice your opinion by talking to your partner during sex.

After sex

You might feel awkward about talking to your fuck buddy after sex, but if you have missed talking to them before and during the sex, you should talk to them after sex. And, like we have mentioned before that it’s always better to communicate your feelings, so… do it. Talk to your partner about how your experience was, ask him/her how was their’s, what you liked, what they liked, what you didn’t, what they didn’t, etc.

Talk about it when you feel is the right time

Though we have told you what to talk about sex, before, after and during sex, it’s not mandatory that you can only talk about it on these three occasions.

You can talk about the topic in general. Just talk about it much the way you do about other topics. What are the points you can consider for discussion, you ask? Well, to begin with, you can share facts about it if you know some… or simply what you think about it (remember not to say something that might let your partner think bad about you). Also,don’t just go on and on about the topic.