Hate Your Guy's Signature Sex Move? Here's How To Tell Him
We asked three dudes for advice on how to break the news.
BY THE EDITORS OF MEN'S HEALTH October 20, 2017
Each month, we get real talk on relationship problems from three of the gents who put the "men" in Men's Health. This month, we asked: "I never told my boyfriend that I'm meh on one thing he does in bed, and it became part of his repertoire of moves. How do I tell him now, a year later?"
A year?! You're a trooper. But really, it just shows you care about his feelings. The next time he goes in for his signature move, rather than telling him you don't like it, guide him toward something you'd "like even more." He'll remember.
Whenever he's about to do The Thing, gently guide his hands/hips/feather boa into a position that you feel more excited about. If he's still not getting it, say what isn't working—and suggest something that will. (Looking for something new to try in the bedroom? Try the Tiani 2 Couples Massager, available at the Women's Health Boutique.)
MICHAEL SNEEDEN, MH SENIOR VIDEO PRODUCER: BE POSITIVE.
Instead of saying what you are so-so on, tell him what you love. Maybe introduce another move or two. Men appreciate when women take charge in the bedroom, so don't be afraid to put his body where you want it.
This article originally appeared in the November 2017 issue of Women's Health. For more great advice, pick up a copy of the issue on newsstands now!