8 ways straight men can be better at sex, according to gay women

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Sex is an intimate, affair, and if you're not comfortable with your partner, you won't enjoy yourself.

Sometimes, getting a different perspective can do wonders for your sex life.

indy100previously compiled five pieces of advice from gay women, designed to make straight men that much better.

We thought we'd give you a couple more:

1. There doesn’t have to be prescribed times for sex

Part of the fun is spontaneity.

2. The clitoris is always better

Reddit user MeGustaFarris said:

If you want your girl to have an amazing orgasm, go for the clit instead of thrusting over and over and over again. The clit is like a magical orgasm button!

3. Trim your nails

This is fairly self-explanatory. Wolverine is great, but not many women would like being caressed by his claws.

4. Explore her body

One Reddit user said:

Foreplay is an extremely important part of intimacy. Kiss, explore every inch of your partner's body. The small of her back, behind her knees, inner thighs, every woman have many sensitive areas.

5. The bedroom might be the default place to have sex, but it shouldn’t be the only place

Tonya, writing for Cosmopolitan writes:

It sounds simple, but a lot of people don't get out of bed often enough, so make the effort to change that.

6. Make a playlist

Research shows that music affects your mood, and some studies go so far as claiming that even sad music can lift your mood.

Imagine what sultry, bass-ridden tracks can have on your sex life.

7. Pay attention to a woman’s nonverbal cues

Some scientists argue that as much as 90 per cent of communication is nonverbal. That doesn’t stop when you’re being intimate, and being aware of your partner’s verbal and nonverbal messages can be the difference between good sex and bad sex.

8. Spoon

The women over at She Knows can attest to the power of the spoon:

Cuddling gets your oxytocin levels up, which makes you feel closer to your partner and happier in general.

You're welcome.

H/T: Reddit, Cosmopolitan, SheKnows

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