Sneaky Tricks That Don’t Fool Men in the Bedroom

Mon, 01/23/2012 - 21:13 -- amber

Men are not always detail-oriented creatures that pay attention, unless sex is involved, of course. As women, we like to make ourselves seem like we are constantly radiating “sexy.” We don’t want men to see us eat, burp, sweat or any other bodily function that we consider barbaric. However, the things we do just to cover these normal habits up, are far more obvious than we think. Guys actually do pay attention to the things we do to cover up our flaws.

It’s okay that you don’t wake up with the peppermint breath of an angel. Don’t try waking up early to beat your man to the bathroom to brush your teeth so that morning make-outs don’t disgust him. They know that we don’t always smell like flowers, and that’s okay with them.

Turning on the bathroom sink faucet for over 60 seconds also isn’t an indication that you are washing your hands… No one washes their hands for that long. Enough said.

Women will always be self-conscious about their bodies, let’s just face it. We all have a few spots of cellulite or an awkward birth mark, however, we need to just embrace it. Men don’t care as much as we think they do, and they always know when we are freaking out about our naked bodies being revealed to them. The best thing we can do is just be comfortable in our own skin. Plus, men like doing it with the lights on a lot, too. ;)

Along with your bodies, women should never be self-conscious about their breasts, either. Boobs are boobs, to a guy, no matter the size. Female breasts are a playground for every adult, sexually active male.

These are all tricks women try on their men, thinking we’re being sneaky and that our men really think that we are perfect and flawless creatures. Embrace your flaws, men know that we have them and they have them too. The best way to be sexy in the bedroom is just to be confident!

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Amber Hoffman

I am writer and editor at Bedroom Stories online magazine, writing about sexual relationships and better understanding our lives. Feel free to contact me at [email protected]