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A SEX blogger has answered the age old question that men often ask themselves – “why has my wife stopped having sex with me?”

Nadia Bokody, from Australia, says that contrary to popular belief it has nothing to do with a loss of libido, and it is actually because women become BORED with their partner’s technique.
Speaking on her YouTube channel Nadia says that this is often the cause of a “sex starved” relationship, where a couple has sex eight or less times a year.

Nadia says: “Male desire and female desire work in totally different ways.

“Guys expect their female partners to get turned on in the same way and in the same frequency that they do.

“When the woman doesn’t do that they can both very wrongly assume that the woman just doesn’t have a sex drive.”

But Nadia explains that this simply isn’t the case, and that women are actually looking for men to spice things up.

She continues: “The idea that women lose their libido is flawed. It’s not the loss of libido but more a loss in interest with having sex with one particular partner.

“Women get sexually bored a lot faster than men. If sex becomes repetitive, over time that woman will lose interest in having sex with that partner.

“Women crave very high amounts of sexual novelty.”
But uninspired husbands needn’t fear as Nadia has revealed how you can improve

your sex life instantly.

Women get sexually bored a lot faster than men. If sex becomes repetitive, over time that woman will lose interest in having sex with that partner
When it comes to getting a woman to climax, 70 per cent of women require clitoral stimulation – but Nadia recommends involving the g-spot.

Nadia explains that the clitoris and the g-spot are all connected and you need to stimulate both at the same time to achieve what is known as a blended orgasm.

In order to get the best angle to come in to contact with the g-spot, Nadia recommends getting your wife to rest her bottom on a cushion.

When it comes to foreplay Nadia says that you should get going a whole day in advance.

She says: “Women need a lot more time to build up arousal then men do.

“What you can do as a partner is to start the foreplay, not one or two hours before sex but 24 hours.
“What I mean is to build excitement and anticipation in ways that don’t involve touching or undressing.

“When she goes to work for the day you want to be sending her some dirty text messages.

“Recount a sexual encounter and give her little bits of that memory throughout the day. Women love it when you get super descriptive.”

She adds: “Just as she is leaving to go to work grab her and give her a deep and passionate kiss. It’s very effective at getting women turned on.”

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