Sex & Love Ad­vice

Ex­pert tips from sex and re­la­tion­ship guru Annabelle Knight

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Hello!

This week, I want to talk to you about Holly Wil­loughby’s re­cent con­fes­sion that she wears heels in the bed­room… to ‘wear them’ in, of course! (Yeah, right.) A pair of heels in bed can make you feel in­cred­i­bly sexy, and pow­er­ful, which will do won­ders for your con­fi­dence. They also make you look re­ally amaz­ing by elon­gat­ing your legs to epic pro­por­tions. They bridge the gap be­tween plea­sure and pain – by graz­ing his skin with your stiletto he’s re­minded that you’re the boss, and that, in it­self, can be a huge turn on.

Dear Annabelle,

My man strug­gles to keep his erec­tion. He’s as­sured me that it’s noth­ing to do with our re­la­tion­ship, but I’m wor­ried and I don’t know how to help him. A: Firstly, you need to re­lax and trust your part­ner. Sec­ondly, you need a love ring. Trust me, this is the sex toy that ev­ery cou­ple should have in their bed­side drawer and it can help pro­long his erec­tion. You can also pick up vi­brat­ing ones (and they pack quite a buzz) mean­ing that you’ll both get a real kick out of us­ing it!

Dear

Annabelle,

So many girls fancy my boyfriend, they al­ways like his In­sta­gram pics and it makes me re­ally un­com­fort­able. What can I do about it? A: So­cial me­dia can be ter­ri­ble for your re­la­tion­ship. My ad­vice is to spend less time us­ing it to have more time with your boyfriend. Work on build­ing a strong, trust­ing re­la­tion­ship. Once you’ve done that, you won’t care how many likes he gets or who they’re from.

Dear Annabelle, My flat­mate has started see­ing some­one new and in­sists on hav­ing re­ally loud sex with him. It’s em­bar­rass­ing and I don’t know how to bring it up. A: House shar­ing can be tricky, es­pe­cially when you add lovers to the mix. You need to speak to her sooner rather than later as the longer you leave it the more dif­fi­cult (and more em­bar­rass­ing) it be­comes. I’d start the con­ver­sa­tion by ask­ing if there’s any­thing that you do that both­ers her, then when she re­turns the ques­tion, you can bring it up, nat­u­rally.

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