Yes, there are exceptions to every rule and you could be dating a guy who isn’t that sexual, but overall I think it’s a pretty fair statement. And sex helps create that deep, intimate, and emotional bond that is necessary for a healthy, lasting relationship.
Today I’m going to get a little “dirtier” than I normally do, but I’ll try to keep things as PG as possible. After all, this website is intended for a general audience and there’s a chance Grandma could stop by and read it. Sorry Grams.
I think what I’m about to share with you regarding how to touch a guy and make him want you can greatly enhance your relationships with men. And I’ve got good news for those of you who don’t like “going down” on your man.
How To Touch A Guy – The Survey Results That May Shock You
Relationship expert, Michael Webb, recently did a survey that uncovered this…
“82% of guys would rather get an AWESOME hand job from a woman than a GOOD blow job…”
As a guy, Michael’s survey results weren’t that surprising. However, to most women they probably are.
In fact, one of my relationship buddies (sometimes we travel in packs) recently sent me an email mentioning he had received a message from a woman who totally disagreed with the above survey results.
Here is what she said…
“I don’t believe that for a second..all guys love blow jobs and the fact that they have trouble holding out during one just proves how good it feels for them. Hand jobs are for prudes. Women need to suck it up (no pun intended) and learn to give good head. The fact that my man loves it makes me want to do it for him…he begs for it and that is empowering!”
Now I can’t agree with everything she says (hand jobs are definitely not for prudes), but I do agree that giving head to a guy can be an intoxicating experience for him…and for you.
But not all women like going down on a guy, and that’s where knowing how to touch a guy the way Michael Webb teaches you in Stroke By Stroke can be a huge benefit.
Read the above survey results carefully. They’re not saying guys don’t like blow jobs (trust me, they do, especially when they’re done extremely well).
It’s saying most men prefer an AWESOME hand job to a GOOD blow job. There’s something truly addicting about a woman who knows how to touch a guy with her hands in a way that brings him intense pleasure.
The right touch can make you extremely addicting...
Most women aren’t as skilled at going down on a guy as they could be. But it’s not your fault.
Men are absolutely horrible at talking to you about this kind of stuff and telling you what they really want and what really feels good. And it’s not just sexual stuff they’re keeping bottled up inside.
For some women, the idea of going down on a guy is simply disgusting or revolting. For others, they may be dating a man who doesn’t make it a very appealing thing to do from a hygienic point of view (I can’t blame you at all for not wanting to go there under these circumstances). Still others may find it to be an immoral act or perhaps they’ve had a bad experience in the past that has turned them off to the idea.
Knowing how to make a guy want you involves a lot of things, but being able to turn a man on physically is a big part of that equation. Learning how to touch a guy with your hands can make you extremely addicting. Touching a guy the right way is super hot, intimate, fun, and a great way to mix things up in your sex life. It’s also a great and safe alternative if you’re not yet comfortable or ready to go “all the way” with him.
Combine the sensual touch of your hands with a little bit of dirty talk and…well…I’ll let you discover that one on your own.
Catch him off guard and do it when he’s least expecting it and watch how bad he craves you.
Knowing you have that much control over HIS pleasure is truly empowering to make you feel sexy and powerful. It gives you a great sense of accomplishment.
Imagine how amazing it feels to know just your touch alone is enough to drive your man absolutely crazy with wanting you.
Just promise me you’ll try it on your man and let me know how it goes…ok?
See you in the next post, Derek
Derek Maak has been writing about relationships for as long as he can remember. He hopes to bring more passion, romance, intimacy, desire, and FUN to every interaction with your loved one. Connect with Derek on Twitter, Facebook, and Google +.