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CLEO (Malaysia) - - LOVE & SEX SPECIAL -

THEY NEED DI­REC­TION; YOU’RE EM­BAR­RASSED

Lose the idea that men know what to do through ex­pe­ri­ence and women don’t be­cause you have sim­i­lar bits. Stay silent and you’ll only fo­cus on what’s turn­ing you off.

YOU’RE MORE WOR­RIED ABOUT HOW YOU LOOK THAN

HOW IT FEELS

“We gen­er­ally don’t look much dif­fer­ent dur­ing or­gasm than when we’re hav­ing

a good laugh,” re­as­sures Dr Cass in

The Elu­sive Or­gasm.

YOU’RE CON­STANTLY THINK­ING, “I HAVE TO GET THERE RIGHT NOW.”

But that strive for per­fec­tion­ism equals fear of fail­ure. The se­cond you think about an or­gasm (the fu­ture), you stop feel­ing it (the present). Fo­cus on now.

YOU FEEL WEIRD ABOUT TOUCH­ING

YOUR­SELF

“We’re taught in so­ci­ety that our vag­i­nas are for­bid­den. But se­ri­ously. Mas­tur­bate. You need to know your vulva,” says Melissa A. Fa­bello, co-man­ag­ing editor at

Ev­ery­day Sex­ism.

LIFE IS TOO STRESS­FUL TO THINK ABOUT THE BED­ROOM

Vent. Cry. Yell. “Women who cope in this way are much less likely to have their sex­ual feel­ings af­fected by what’s hap­pen­ing in their lives,” adds Dr Cass.

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