5 Things Any Man (Even Yours) Can Be Taught About Sex

Okay, so it's not entirely true that you can't change a man. True, you won't get him to give up the remote. Or stop hanging out with those Neanderthals he calls friends. But there are a few bad bedroom habits you can fix with the right training.

His Hygiene

While it seems obvious to you that his three-day-old T-shirt and grubby jeans are not sexually appealing, he'll need more obvious encouragement to get him to change (literally). Incorporate a sexy bath or shower into your regular sexual repertoire. Make sure you then rave about how much you enjoy the smell and taste of your sweet-smelling sweetie. How you love the smell of his skin. His smooth shave. His soft hands. He'll catch on.

How to Touch You

He can be schooled on how and where to touch you. You just need to show him, either with the right verbal encouragement or by not-so-subtly taking his hand and putting it just where you want it. He wants to please you; he just can't always figure out how. He'll pick up the hint.

How NOT to Touch You

You can get him to stop doing that one really annoying move, but you will have to speak up. Avoid strong words like "never," "hate" and "no," and just admit that you're not really enjoying a particular move. Keep the focus on you - as in "that area is too sensitive for that to really feel good to me" instead of "you do that all wrong and it feels awful."

His Apr├Ęs-Sex Etiquette

It might not be easy to break him of the post-sex reach for the remote, but you can do it. Tell him exactly how long he needs to stay wrapped in the post-coital cuddle before he's cut loose to check his e-mail or click on the tube.

How to Make Him Last Longer

Find out what he likes, what reliably sends him over the edge to bliss, and then, at crucial moments, don't do it.

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