How to Make Love to a Woman by Michael MorgensternMichael Morgenstern asked women all over the country, from all walks of life, and discovered the answers men seek. Learn what women find sexy in a man; how to seduce with words; what is the secret all great lovers know about pleasing women; how you can tell from a womans kiss if she wants you take her to bed, and much more.
Will make life--sex life, anyway--easier for men and infinitely more pleasurable for women.
From the Paperback edition.
How to Make Love to a Woman, As Told by a Woman
Women love slow, romantic sex. In other words, we love when a man makes love to us. Forget banging, getting laid, getting it on, and all of those different ways to have sex. We often love the caring nature of making love more than any of that. This is a lot different that your average male because their instincts most often drive them in the direction of hot, steamy, rough sex. This type of sex is much different from your average romp in the sheets.
There is a difference between having sex and making love. You can satisfy your sexual urge in a few minutes through a straight intercourse. But love making is something more elaborate. It begins much before the intercourse, and ends later. From how you lead up to the moment to how much you focus on the foreplay to what you actually do while you are in the act, there is a lot involved in love making.
• To easily satisfy a woman in bed, put her at ease:
The sexual preferences of the fairer sex stretch far and wide, from the socially acceptable vanilla activities portrayed in Hollywood love stories to the dark and hidden desires only comfortably discussed in anonymous internet chat rooms. This endless variety means that anyone who claims to know exactly what every woman wants in bed is probably trying to sell you something, so I would never try. Look, I know you men have it difficult. Women are just about impossible to understand, much less, please. In a post-feminist society, you never know exactly what you should be doing. Women are bloody picky, I know we are. It can be scary, too, when women freak out about what appear to be benign issues.