Se­duc­tion Se­crets French Women Know

Yeah, it’s lib­er­at­ing to com­plain to him that you’re Pm­s­ing, or have a UTI, or just let it all hang out (even pee­ing with the door open). But the key to get­ting him to wor­ship you more is... re­veal­ing less.

Cosmopolitan (India) - - YOU, YOU, YOU - By Korin Miller

When you were first see­ing each other, you might have dimmed the lights be­fore un­dress­ing and prob­a­bly al­ways shut the bath­room door. Now? You might not think twice about let­ting him see you in your pe­riod panties. But while be­ing un­in­hib­ited dur­ing sex def­i­nitely boosts plea­sure, the new book La Se­duc­tion: How The French Play The Game Of Life ar­gues that putting it all out there dur­ing ev­ery­day mo­ments can screw with your sex­ual chem­istry.

Author Elaine Sci­olino, a Paris correspondent for The New York Times, who lives in France, no­ticed that French women ap­proach se­duc­tion dif­fer­ently than oth­ers do: they be­lieve that keep­ing some things un­der wraps adds an el­e­ment of en­tice­ment to in­ter­ac­tions with a guy. And Sci­olino says we should mas­ter this fem­i­nine mys­tique too.

Jamie Cat Cal­lan in her book

Gabrielle Bon­heur ‘Coco’ Chanel Mar­ion Cotil­lard Cather­ine Deneuve Au­drey Tautou Juli­ette Binoche Brigitte Bar­dot Carla Bruni

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