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January 11, 2013

How To Seduce

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Written by: Hannah Goodman
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Talk to Them

Everybody is turned on in a different way; no two people react in the exact same way, no one person reacts in the exact same way every time. Seduction is interpreted individually. Don’t be scared to ask your partner what they’re into – what makes them sweat and what makes them wet. If you want to keep an element of surprise in how you seduce or if the thought of posing such a question makes you sweat, ask a similar question . Word it in a way that’s less obvious but still achieves your goal. Ask them what they’ve always wanted to do – or what they like to watch alone. Consider sharing your fantasies first, which will lead to a more comfortable environment for communication and for the seduction itself.

Listen to What They Say

No matter how weird or how vague what they say is, pay attention to it. Your partner wants you to turn them on; they don’t want you to fail. Even if it’s something you don’t feel confident doing, consider taking risks in the bedroom for your partner’s benefit. This chance will, ultimately, become a shared benefit. Seduction may seem scary or unimportant but is realistically crucial to any relationship. If your partner doesn’t give you much to work with, try to ease it out of them in a gentle enough way that they don’t become more intimidated. Intimidation is only a turn on to some people.

Follow and then Lead

Don’t assume that starting a conversation about sex with your partner will encourage them to start a sexual encounter. Follow their directions and you will, at the very least, show that you’re paying attention and that you’re trying. Be the leading force in the race to the bedroom. And, most importantly, act with confidence! As long as you own what you’re doing and you look like you believe in yourself, your partner will believe in you, too. Seduction is tricky for everyone by nature. Embrace the opportunity that unique, individual turn-ons provide and become a seduction specialist.

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About the Author

Hannah Goodman
Hannah's inherent interest in human relationships inspired her to study psychology at CU. She plans to take that passion and focus with her to graduate school, where she will pursue a degree in writing and will continue to write her memoir on her past relations.

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