The Good Girl's Guide to Bad Girl Sex: An Indispensable Guide to Pleasure & Seduction by Barbara Keesling

The Good Girl's Guide to Bad Girl Sex: An Indispensable Guide to Pleasure & Seduction by Barbara Keesling

Author:Barbara Keesling
Language: eng
Format: epub
Publisher: M. Evans & Company
Published: 2009-07-11T16:00:00+00:00

Chapter 6

Bad Girls

Know Their


A lot of women who want to be bad have a very complex love/hate relationship with their sexuality. Erika is a perfect example. Erika says that one of her favorite things in the entire world is performing oral sex on her lover. She can talk endlessly about the shape, size, and taste of his penis, and the way it feels inside her mouth. She loves the sight of the first “tear,” as she calls it—a drop of preseminal fluid emerging from the tip. She especially loves to watch his facial expressions change as he climaxes.

So what’s the problem? The problem is that Erika has very little to say about her own sexual response. Erika rarely feels very aroused—not from oral sex, not from intercourse; and she has never been able to climax with a partner. Not once. She can masturbate herself to orgasm if she is alone and doesn’t feel a time constraint, but she describes her climax as “a quiet little twitch.” Erika says that she loves sex because it brings her closer to her partner, but she also acknowledges that she is frustrated much of the time. She can never really feel turned on because her body doesn’t seem to turn on. She can get excited about her partner, but she can’t get excited about herself.

Not surprisingly, Erika’s lover is also frustrated. Erika’s lack of sexual response is very discouraging to him. Despite Erika’s assurances that “it’s not him,” it also makes him feel inadequate as a lover.

Erika needs to break down some of her barriers to feeling good. Do you? If you’re going to be Bad, sex has to feel good. It has to feel more than good. It has to feel great. Really fabulous. Powerful. Consuming. Memorable. If your experience of sex is just “okay,” then your attitude towards sex is going to be just okay. In this chapter, we’re going to work on changing the way sex feels. No more “okay.” It’s time for a few “WOWs.”

You’re going to learn steps you can take to break through some of the basic emotional and physiological blocks that keep you from having the best sex of your life. You’ll also learn exercises that will heighten your erotic sensitivity, increase your sensuality, and magnify the moment-by-moment experience of arousal.


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