Cosmopolitan (India) - - LOVE & LUST -

start say­ing some­thing dif­fer­ently. If the re­la­tion­ship is new, his ‘not hear­ing’ could be a big red warn­ing flag, or maybe you haven’t learnt to speak each other’s lan­guage yet. Next time, tell him in very sim­ple terms. If he still doesn’t lis­ten, you might have to con­sider your op­tions. If he won’t give a lit­tle in bed, what are the chances of him mak­ing room for your needs in the rest of the re­la­tion­ship? If you have a long-term part­ner and have re­cently found your voice only to find that he’s not lis­ten­ing any­way, don’t give up. Tread care­fully around his frag­ile ego and use pos­i­tive, up­beat lan­guage. If you’ve tried all that and he still doesn’t seem to care, you know he’s self­ish—what you do

about that is up to you.

-------------------- If you’re still fairly new to sex you’ve got a whole world to un­cover. Find­ing out what you want in bed is like dis­cov­er­ing which foods you like from hun­dreds of new tastes. Your palate will grow with ex­pe­ri­ence. Mean­while, speak­ing up about the things we don’t want is just as im­por­tant, if not more so, be­cause it in­cludes say­ing no.

‘He seemed to like the cro­chet top

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