Things That Make Women Want To Have S*x

1. Her man’s appearance

Men are usually considered to be the most turned on by visual stimuli (think about it: how many strrrp CLUBS and ad’ult magazines are actually targeted toward females?), but women are actually quite turned on by a man’s face, body and movement as well Bu#s. “S’exually, women are attracted to men with masculine features, although not too masculine.

“A little light stubble is usually a turn-on for women if it’s clean and well-kept. body-wise, women generally find men with a V-shaped torso or a high shoulder-to-hip ratio s’exu ally attractive. Motion is important, too, as women find athletic prowess and agility to be s’exual turn-ons.”

The bottom line: If you’d like to get her in the sack, a good first step to take might be getting yourself into the gym.

2. The time of day

Women are very individualized in terms of when they most prefer to get it on: “In general, women want to have s’ex when they feel their best — when they have energy, feel connected to their partners, aren’t distracted by work or stressful daily events, and when they feel s’exy and that may or may not be at night.”

In order to figure out when a woman’s most likely to be in the mood, pay attention to the times she seems the most energized and/or chilled out.

Try thinking outside the box you may find that she’d love a post-jog qu1ckie right before her shower!

3. Certain smells

For women, sense of smell is far more important than it is to men when it comes to s’exual attraction. Simply put: if a woman doesn’t like the way a man smells, it’s often a deal-breaker whether she consciously realizes it or not

The number one turn-off reported by most women is not surprisingly bad breath. A woman’s sense of smell also plays an interesting biological role in what attracts her to a man, according to research: “Olfactory signals provide a woman with a wealth of information about a man’s health, hygiene, and even his genetic makeup,” she notes. Pheromones — tiny airborne molecules that humans emit from various glands in their body — can influence a woman’s desire to be s’exu ally 1ntimate with a man.

Male pheromones have been shown to provide information on a man’s symmetry, which is an indicator of genetic FITNESS and ultimately can determine whether a man is genetically compatible with a woman.

4. Her guy’s choice of words

Often, what a man says is more important than what he does when he’s trying to get a woman in the mood. “Offering compliments is usually a sure-fire way of making someone want to get closer… although, if the compliments come across as insincere, they will actually turn her off,”.

To score extra sincerity points, make references to future activities you’d like to do together, noting that showing signs of commitment can often be s’exually alluring to women. Buss also notes that a man with a sense of humor is also a s’exual turn-on for the ladies:



“If a man can make a woman laugh, it relaxes her and makes her feel that he ‘gets’ her,” adding that a good sense of humor also conveys some key qualities women want in a mate: intelligence (it’s hard to be witty if you’re not too bright), the ability to gauge her emotional and social perspective (a.k.a. having the mind-reading skills to know what she will find amusing), and social verve or confidence.

Hope this little note helps

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