What Pleases You???




So I sat in on a podcast as an observer this past weekend talking about the misconceptions of what men want sexually. I must admit it was a great podcast, BUTTTTTTTTT there were a few things said that made me want to call bullsh.t…


The topic of knowing what you’re doing wrong in the bedroom came up… Of course, everyone on the podcast said they would want to know… They believed this would help with their current partner as well as their future partners, but is this really true? Do we really want to know what we aren’t doing? Do we even care? Well let me take a few minutes to share my thought…


HELL NAW WE DON’T WANT TO KNOW… You see at the core of this conversation is the truth, and that truth is someone else has f.cked your partner better than you currently are… If there is something your partner likes that you’re not doing, that means someone else has done it to them… Hadn’t thought about that, huh??? You see the only way we can know what we like is if we’ve experienced it before with someone else… Sure they can tell you what they don’t like that you do, but when it comes to satisfying them, they’re sharing with you the actions of someone else. Of course they don’t use their name to protect them and you, but in their own way, they’re saying babe “You gotta step yo d.ck/p.ussy up like ……..”. Unfortunately, you’re coming up short and falling into 2nd, 3rd, 4th or even 5th place depending on how many partners they’ve had or just how bad you really are. Men normally struggle with hearing this because of their egos… Women suffer from hearing this and it impacts their security…


What I know for sure is… Knowing what pleases your partner can help your sex life… Being asked indirectly/subconsciously to measure up to who has pleased your partner in the past can destroy your relationship… Find the groove of your bed and keep everyone else out of it…


Release date of this podcast, 03.29.2021


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