Whether you want your partner to suck on your toes, lick your butthole, f*ck you harder, or whatever else your heart desires – it can be hard to muster up the courage to ask them to do something new… Lets talk about How to Ask for What You Want from Your Partner in The Bedroom:
Why? Because of the fear of *rejection*
But here’s the thing you need to know about rejection – it doesn’t mean that you’re not loved, valued, or important.
👉 And in this particular case it doesn’t mean that your desires are gross, it doesn’t mean that you aren’t sexy, it doesn’t even mean that your partner doesn’t want to do so many other dirty kinky things to you…
It just means that there’s an opportunity to discuss your pleasure needs deeper with your partner 🔥
And that starts with understanding it yourself.
Because here’s the deal: your partner is not responsible for your pleasure.
A partner can absolutely open up your mind to new pleasures and help you experience pleasure but it is not his/ her job to help you find pleasure.
The confidence to ask for what you want in the bedroom comes from you knowing more about pleasure and why it matters to you.
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Calee Shea is a Holistic Health Practioner based in Atlanta, Georgia. She is your go-to gal for all things periods, vaginal health, and sex.