Is Your Sex Self-Conscious?

Do You Feel Awkward in Bed?

Being intimate with someone can bring about
a lot of new emotions and insecurities.

Sex has the potential of making someone feel
more vulnerable and definitely more self-conscious.

Even the most confident people have doubts about their body,
their performance in bed or what their partner is thinking of them.

These thoughts are perfectly normal,
but how do you deal with them?

It’s easier said than done but
overthinking can kill any mood.

In the moment it’s easy to fall into that pit
of despair where you wonder if he/she thinks
your performance is alright.

You imagine you’re being awkward or
you’re trying your hardest not to be

that continual mantra you have going on
in your head is not helping your performance.

If you’re thinking about how to stop your
self-consciousness during sex, that’s
just going to make you worse.

It’s a feedback loop that’ll increase your anxiety.

A healthy and satisfying sex life often comes about
by being comfortable with your body and what you want.

Having Sex Is Like Being on Stage

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More Muff-Diving, Please

Probably from Dutch mof (“muff, mitten”).

(historical) A piece of fur or cloth,
usually with open ends, used
for keeping the hands warm.

(slang) Female pubic hair; the vulva.

There are uncountable slang terms for cunnilingus,
including drinking from the furry cup,
carpet munching and muff-diving.

I'd rather be Muff Diving!


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