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[–] Rotteuxx 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I have come to believe all healthy heterosexual women are, to some extent, "submissive." I'm not some kind of Red Pill fanatic, but I believe the female sexual experience is tied to letting go, giving up control, etc. I also think straight women need to feel aggressively desired in a way that, in my own experience, is less universal for straight men.

I've come to the same (opposite) conclusion as to the role men naturally play in a sexual experience. 95% of the women I've had great sex with prefer letting go and enjoying the moment, while still saying what they prefer, they don't want to lead. And yes, I agree that showing that you desire a woman "agressively" has more results than being passive about it.


[–] Tambourine [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I believe it. So, you find that you're more satisfied physically because you're in control? Or is it more like "this just works better with her personality, so the sex is better"?


[–] Rotteuxx 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

I'll have to go with column B.

I'd don't get turned on at all by being in control, it's just not a factor that stimulates me sexualy. But just like ballroom dancing, someone has to lead for it to be enjoyable for both.

It's more about going along with the sexual chemistry you develop with a partner, so yeah, if it works better with her personality, the sex will be more enjoyable.