No matter if you are having first time sex or have been having sex for decades, there is always more to learn to enjoy more sexual pleasure and freedom.
This podcast offers advice for anyone who wants to enjoy better sexual intercourse, from beginners to advanced lovers.
In response to a listener’s question, we offer specific strategies aimed at those who have never had pleasurable intercourse before.
More On Our Beginner’s Guide to Great Sex
In this podcast, we include advice for both men and women. Great sex begins with a good attitude towards sex, so we start with advice on how to overcome sexual shame and hangups that prevent you from being present during sexual intimacy.
Next, we dive into tips on becoming more communicative and expressive during sex. From making more noise to asking for what you want to moving your body in response to pleasure, we help you get over the nervousness and anxiety that cause you to unresponsive during sex.
We break down tons of sexual myths that put pressure on us to perform a specific way, give advice on how to make using condoms more pleasurable and even give strategies for better penetration and thrusting.
This episode is packed with sex advice that we all can learn something from, whether or not you are a sexual newbie!
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This podcast episode was inspired by this question, submitted by a listener:
Question:: Hi, Pleasure Mechanics. I often listen to your delightful podcast. I will now try to challenge your “nothing is taboo” motto, by inquiring into something you’ve never come close to discussing. So brace yourselves…I wonder about BEGINNERS. That is, men and women who are justifiably ready for sex, but have never had sex (i.e. coitus). What follows is a small sample of practical beginner questions that come to my mind. I bet you can come up with other good, practical questions which you also may want to address in your podcast, sometime, for the countless people who are far less sexually experienced than you or your regular clients.
First question: how can a male beginner who has only a vague idea what physical action to take during sex, overcome confusion long enough to maintain an erection?
Second question: how can a female beginner, if she has little strength and experience–especially compared to men–get comfortable enough to do anything other than remain motionless during sex?
Third question: how can a male beginner maintain an erection and pleasure, despite thinking his genital sensitivity is shut off when his condom is put on?
Fourth question: how can either a male or female beginner, even if he/she believes sex can be a great expression of love, overcome a simultaneous de-energizing feeling that sex is also kind of gross? Thanks so much!