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We’ve got some more advice for you, gentlemen. We realise that some of you read these articles, prompting us to give you something worthwhile.

The best way to get good in bed is to tell you what not to do! Most of the time, you’ll be fine, and you’ll have nothing to worry about, but there are a few things that women don’t like in the bedroom. We have asked some of our ladies to enlighten us on this subject to give you a fighting chance!

Arguably, the worst thing you could do in the bedroom is fail to listen. If you’re not prepared to listen to your lover when she tells you what she likes and what she doesn’t, you may as well give up. She’ll find a more attentive lover if you’re not careful. If she moans with pleasure, then it’s good; if she shouts in pain, then it’s not. It’s straightforward, guys!

You may have to take your toolbox down there, but you have to make her have pleasure first. It’s etiquette, guys, and it’s simple enough to understand. Women can go over and over, but when you’re done, you’re done. She will feel disappointed if you’re not going to do it. Again, she’ll find a better lover unless you make this a focal point.

You might be bored down there, and you may well want her to climax more than anything else in the world, but asking her to won’t work! You can drag a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink. Have you heard that expression before? Well, it’s the same thing. And if you keep asking her, you’ll pressure her, and it won’t happen.

Rushing your way through intimacy isn’t something that women enjoy at all. We’re all partial to a quickie, but if it’s not a passionate, risky encounter, it’s not the same. Women are more sensual and much more sensitive than you can imagine. There is no playbook for this, however, and it could be an article alone. You must take your time and remember what we said above: listen to your lover! If she makes the right noises, she likes it. As a general rule of thumb, if she’s enjoying it, keep doing it!

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