Are women well placed to teach other women about sexual intimacy?

Posted by Ria, 11 Sep 10

sex adviceMost women get engrossed by intimate talks about men. You should have heard a friend of mine talk about her experience at some bachelorette party she attended, where some woman was paid to deliver a sex talk to this group of ladies. She went on and on about how people had some crazy questions for this ‘sexpert’ and how they got sound advice and answers from her.

Countless women, both young and even much much older ones seem to feel clueless when it comes to sex... hence they tend to seek advice from books on sex written by other women (I am guilty as charged), or pay a hell lot of money to some female ‘sex therapist’ to be given ‘pearls of wisdom’ that’s supposedly supposed to make their sex lives and that of their partners’ more fulfilling.

If a lady is to get any sound advice about sex, shouldn’t it be from a man? I mean, only a man can really tell you what a man wants in the sack right?

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Given that men always want to see themselves as some sex bombs, to a man sexual prowess is inherent – not something to be taught or read about. I am trying to imagine a man paying money to another man for lessons on how to please his woman … :roll: Yikes!

I am not trashing the efforts and lengths we women go to make our sex lives better and keep our men from straying. I applaud them. But don’t you think this job of giving women sex advice is best suited for a man?

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  1.   serenity33 says:
    Posted: 13 Sep 10

    Actually I wouldn't recommend going to a sex expert of any kind for advice about sex because sex is more than just a technique and good sex is more than just psychological mind games that people play with each other. Sex is the the physical intimacy between a man and a woman that shows their love, commitment and desire to be with each other and please each other in just one other area among many if they are in a serious relationship. If you love someone, you will please them in many ways throughout daily life and shouldn't be obsessed with just pleasing them sexually. A marriage counselor is a good person to go to because although I am biased being one, we hear the most different sexual stories in relationships and can tie it wholistically to the relationship rather than just having it be an isolated area. Sex isn't isolated but related to other aspects of the relationship and any good marriage counselor will give you excellent advice on sex and be very knowledgeable about sexual things just as much as a sex expert and not have it isolated or turned purely into technique and mind games. I enjoy counseling those people the most because that is the easiest thing to fix in a marriage. Other things are much, much, harder. Good marriage counselors are taught to look from the perspective of both sexes on almost every topic and sexual intimacy is no different. Plus if you have had a lot of couples to counsel, you learn a lot from each new couple that comes in and get a more varied view of sexual understanding than someone who is just relaying their own experiences.

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  2.   Jan says:
    Posted: 12 Sep 10

    It hard to find a good man especially one that will tell the truth. They may want a freak in bed and still stray,bc he says she is too much of a freak. WHATEVER. I believe women tend to be more forthcoming and truthful about their experiences.

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