Even the most confident woman can still feel a little hesitant about discussing her sex life openly. After all, there is still a lot of cultural baggage around the topic. But there are some good reasons to not be embarrassed about saying what you want in bed, because this kind of communication can benefit everyone.
I know, every article about relationships harps on the concept of communication. But that’s because it’s just so important. Chances are, your SO is more than happy to please you in bed, they just need to know what works for you. And the only way they can know this is if you speak up.
Communicating what you want in bed doesn’t have to come across as a criticism of your partner’s current techniques. You can make the conversation as fun and lighthearted as you like. Furthermore, this doesn’t have to be a one-and-done major talk; it’s probably better to keep this conversation ongoing. Whether you just want to make some minor adjustments to your bedroom activities or you want to go in a totally new direction, just let your partner know what’s in your head. Basically: you can get the sex you want and improve your relationship’s communication at the same time. There is no downside.