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This is the WORST thing a man can do during sex

There are plenty of tips and tricks men can practice to spice things up in the bedroom.

 From orgasm-enhancing sex positions to libido-boosting foods, we often discuss ways to enhance her sexual experience.
But what are women’s biggest turn-offs in the sack?

To find out what behaviours men should avoid we asked our readers “What’s the most off-putting thing a man can do during sex?”.

The poll, of 1,700 people, found farting is the most off-putting thing a man can do during sex.

A whopping 47% of participants said letting one rip during the act is the fastest way to spoil the mood.

But while you can’t always help your bodily functions you can avoid making the next bedroom faux-pas.

“Orgasming and then rolling over” was revealed as the second rudest bedroom habit with 41% of the votes.

“Gloating about his performance” came in third with 12% of women saying it was a turn-off.

The third one might be tricky for some guys as a new report titled, “Do Women’s Orgasms Function as a Masculinity Achievement?” says men feel more manly and sexually empowered after a woman orgasms.

The study, published in the The Journal of Sex Research asked 810 men to imagine that a woman had orgasmed or not orgasmed during sex with them.

They then had to rate how masculine they felt after the act. Results revealed that men who imagined women climaxed felt more manly.

These feelings were “exacerbated for men with high masculine gender role stress,” meaning that men who adhere to typically masculine gender roles were more likely to feel like superheroes after getting a woman off.

While him doing a little celebratory dance about making you orgasm might be seriously off putting, there are some benefits too.

It could encourage men to work harder to make a woman orgasm. This could result in more foreplay and more oral sex.

However, women actually find men boasting about their sexual skills one of the most unattractive things, so be careful not to big yourself up to much.

It’s better just to put on a good performance and then be quietly content with your achievements

 

source: dailystar.co.uk

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