Cosmopolitan magazines have offered some terrible sex tips for men, ranging from identifying women on birth control pill to how sweat can interest a women for sex.
Figuring out whether a woman is on the pill or not may help guys avoid unwanted pregnancy.
According to Men's Health, women on birth control blink 32 per cent more than those who aren't, Jezebel reported.
During this time men are advised to put on their toughest, most confident mug as they look at women. Because of the shift in hormone levels, research says, women on the Pill are more attracted to men with rugged features, such as strong, wide jaws."
"Stroke her forearm first. This area of the arm is packed with pleasure nerves that respond best to a touch travelling 1 to 10 centimetres per second... [to trigger] an area of the brain associated with trust and affection," the mag suggests.
Men who sweat can make use of this opportunity to turn a woman on, as your post-run sweat has androstadienone, which spikes her interest when she smells it.
If you want to know whether she is ready for sex or not, slowly and firmly flick your tongue against the palm of her hand. If she wipes it off down her clothes, your chance is gone.
You can also guess from the position of her feet. If she moves her feet away from her body, adopting a more open stance, you're golden. But if she crosses her legs or tucks them under her body, then you better clear up your intention.
As in case of foods, "According to new research, the smell of toast is a serious mood booster."
Eat some chocolate - it's caffeinated and so "can jolt the sex level." It's packed with phenylethylamine, which can "activate the brain's pleasure centers."
Another interesting and easiest tip is texting. "Girls like bold texts, too. So next time you're bored waiting in a queue for lunch, text her the rudest, naughtiest thing you can possibly think of and inform her of when exactly you plan to do it."
Last but not the least: girls are as interested in your pictures as you guys are from receiving them.
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