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7 Common Mistakes We Make During Sex

Titilayo Ilori

There are some mistakes we make during lovemaking, which can be embarrassing. We serve you a list of these mistakes.

1. Keeping quiet

If you refuse to say something to your partner during sex, your partner might think you are not enjoying it. You don't necessarily need to moan. Just make a sound every now and again for your partner to know you are alive and enjoying it.

2. Crying

Some women cry during sex and this could be a sign that they are enjoying it or they are in pains. But the truth is, when you cry, your partner might think he is hurting you and this might turn him off. So, instead of crying, call out his name or say something sweet to him.

3. Diving in dry

When both parties are dry during lovemaking, it causes injury and something that is meant to be pleasurable becomes painful. This can make both parties lose interest, because if she is dry, she won't respond to anything you are doing to her.  In order to avoid this, you can use a lubricant to avoid dry penetration.

4. Picking your calls

Believe it or not, picking a call or chatting with someone on the phone can kill your partner's sex drive. Whenever you are in the middle of a lovemaking session, keep your phone aside.

5. Falling asleep

Falling aside during sex is the worst thing that can happen during sex. lf you fall asleep when you ought to be enjoying yourself, it simply means you are saying "get off me, you boring fellow."

6. Farting

This act can irritate your partner. Don't say it won't smell. Remember, no one can tell if a fart will smell or not. A fart is a fart and the sound alone can be irritating.

7.  Calling someone else's name

The worst thing you can do to your partner is to call out someone else's name while making love. There is no justification for this act. If you don't know what to say, keep quiet and just move your body.