9. You use the same move every single time.
Sex is about being comfortable – of course – but using the same move every single time will bore you and your partner, especially if you’re in a long-term relationship with someone. Try to find ways to incorporate your needs and your partner’s needs in new and exciting ways – whether it’s with toys or new positions.
10. You’re not hygienic when it comes to your parts.
Always take care of yourself and your private parts. If you feel as though your body is off for some reason – do not ignore it. You should never feel too ashamed to go to a doctor if you have a bad smell coming from there, a rash occurring or even some tell-tale signs of an STD coming to light. Taking care of yourself means you respect your body and your partner.
11. You don’t know how to get yourself off.
The first thing you should know is your body. You should know what works for you and what doesn’t – and, you should know how to get yourself off. That way, you know what feels best for you while you’re having sex. If you have no concept of your body – you really won’t have any concept of what feels good during sex.
12. You’re too insecure about your body.
If you’re feeling bad about yourself, chances are, you are going to feel bad during sex. If you need to workout or eat right to feel better about your body, make changes. If you feel pressured because of society’s dumb beauty standards – f*ck that. No matter what, you should feel good about the skin you’re in and do not let anyone else make you feel any different.