Yesterday my friend asked me if I know how to talk dirty.
They are powerful and seductive in the bedroom and many of us use them for expression and effect.
“The birds and the bees” and “the facts of life.” These are the terms adults have come up with when it comes to talking to kids about sex.
At TED2012, writer John Bohannon showed dismay at the fact that adults don’t feel comfortable talking to kids about sex, or drugs for that matter, without resorting to scare tactics.
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Talking about these topics can also help build a foundation for a better relationship as you learn about each other and explore new things together, all while being on the same page.
As for me, talking dirty is an essential part of my sex life and one of the naughtiest things I enjoy. I’ll fuck you wherever I want, naughty little whore!
So today I’m going to share with you some dirty talk tips and examples that will help you figure out how to approach the naughty fun of talking in the sack and feel more comfortable about it.
Sometimes you want other types of resources, including information and message boards.
Below is a list of websites and phone numbers for organizations that address many of the topics people talk to us about on chat.