Don’t make love to her, fuck her hard

Talking dirty gives enhances intensity of sex. Poetic love undermines sexual pleasures. Sex is a sort of psycho-somatic communication. Both men and women are responsive with sexual gestures. Facial expressions and talking are sexual communication.

Not all men are good in dirty talking.  It would be very helpful to learn the art of dirty talking. Find out which words trigger her excitement. Modify and customize words depending on her choices. Be natural, you don’t need to control your words. Don’t try to be very romantic.  Don’t try to make love with her. Fuck her hard and tell her how you want to fuck her.

Raw primitive sex is more exciting and enjoyable than sex with romance. Love songs, poems cannot turn you on well. But talking vulgar can turn you on. Most of the people get more aroused with dirty talks. You need to know the art of dirty talks. But use those only during sex

Dirty words work most of the people. The tempo of exchanging dirty words corresponds to the tempo of intercourse. It starts with mild dirty words during foreplay. As intercourse stronger, dirty words become dirtier. During climax moaning and dirty talks reach the peak. Those words people use during sex are in normal situation disgusting, humiliating and disgusting. As much as men use these vulgar, women get wet in vagina.

We can sexual vocabularies in three different ways. You can call male genitals and sex:

  1. Medical terms (penis, coitus))
  2. Childish terms (pee-pee, do it))
  3. Slang Terms (cock, fuck)

For most of men medial and sophisticated way of talking don’t convey the passion and desire of sex. Medical terms are cold and clinical.

 Men don’t want to insert a turgid phallus into a woman’s lubricated vagina. They rather want to fuck woman’s wet pussies with hard cocks.

Dirty words most of the time  enhance sexual excitements

Obaidul Karim Khan

Danish small business owner, sexuality educator, blogger, founder of this site. Top writer on Quora and Medium. Provide sex education and counseling. as a volunteer. I follow always the latest research about sex