And when it comes to sex we all make mistakes, men and women. Scroll down to see the most common mistakes men in the bedroom.
1. Skipping foreplay
On average, it takes a woman 20 minutes to orgasm, and it takes a man just five.
Hence the reason why foreplay is hugely important – it’s what gets us all worked up and excited about the main event.
We know, we know, sometimes you just can’t wait to get to act two, but what is act two without act one?
You know how it goes, you’re in the middle of bedroom rodeo when you lean down to your woman and whisper sweet dirty nothings in her ear. Then you blurt out something obscene which makes her stop in her tracks.
We know you like it dirty, but maybe wait a few more dates before you let your inner freak out.
If real life were to replicate porn (which it most certainly doesn’t), then we are to believe the woman makes all the noise in the bedroom. And like most porn-to-real-life comparisons, this is not true.
Women like to hear men feel gratified, so if you’re naturally a loud person, don’t be afraid to let it out.
One of the most common mistakes is lack of communication in the bedroom. This can be caused if you’re self-conscious around the other person or nor confident to ask for what you want.
Break down these barriers by talking to the other person about what they like. This will open up your sexual experience completely and allow you to feel comfortable and experiment with new things.
Men, we’re sorry to tell you but many of you have a bit of a reputation for being selfish in the sack. When you climax that’s end game for you, but what about the woman?
Again, this is why foreplay is so important. Only 20-25% of women can climax from penetration alone, they need clitoral stimulation of some kind.