Cosmopolitan (India) - - LOVE & LUST -

“Re­mind him of a time he rocked your world in bed, ‘Re­mem­ber our first va­ca­tion when you did X? That felt so good.’ He’ll take it as a chal­lenge.”

—Anu S., 26 “I took up yoga and be­came so flex­i­ble in bed. My boyfriend and I were sud­denly able to do things we never used to be able to do.”

—Sim­ran B., 28 “Drive over to his house wear­ing lin­gerie and a rain­coat and noth­ing else. Cliché, but hot.”

—Geetika M., 30 “Af­ter a year of dat­ing, my boyfriend and I would mix it up by try­ing out fun things we’d seen in steamy Com­fort­able... good when it comes to bras, not so much when it comes to sex. The ex­cite­ment and new­ness has worn off, and ac­cord­ing to ex­perts, his de­sire to im­press you may be di­min­ish­ing too. The key is to make that com­fort work to your ad­van­tage by chang­ing things up. movie sex scenes. The key is to keep it play­ful, so if some­thing doesn’t work—for ex­am­ple, honey or melted cho­co­late isn’t as easy to lick off each other as you’d prob­a­bly imag­ined, or seen in your favourite movie—you can laugh it off to­gether and sim­ply keep go­ing.”

—Anusha S., 24 “Pick up the erotic book Sweet Love, edited by Vi­o­let Blue. High­light the parts that turn you on, and let him do the same.”

—Natascha P., 27 “My boyfriend and I started do­ing timed or­gasm chal­lenges. Set a clock, and see who can make the other per­son come faster.” —Jay­ati K., 29

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