10 Things Sexually Active Women πŸ’πŸΏπŸ’πŸΌπŸ’πŸ»πŸ’πŸ½ Need to Know πŸ€” How to Say πŸ—― ...

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If you're sexually active, you have a few huge responsibilities.

They'll help you keep your body healthy, your confidence high, and your sex life thriving.

So if you've been sleeping with your boyfriend, here are a few things that you, and ever other every sexually active woman in the world, should know how to do:

1. Turn down Sex when You're Not in the Mood

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Agreeing to have sex once doesn't mean you have to have sex every other time your boyfriend wants it.

If you're not in the mood, then you shouldn't give in to him.

After all, you won't have any fun unless you're just as eager to get down and dirty as he is.

That's why you should know how to say "no" to your man without feeling bad about it.

2. Initiate Sex when You Are in the Mood

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You don't have to wait for your boyfriend to initiate sex.

If you're in the mood, then you can take the lead.

Your man won't mind.

In fact, most men think it's sexy when a woman takes control in the bedroom.

So hop on his lap, french kiss him, and do whatever else you need to do to let him know what's on your mind.

3. Put on a Condom

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Your boyfriend doesn't have to be the one to roll the condom onto himself.2

He might think it's sexier if you do it for him.

Of course, that means that you should know how to unroll a condom, how to open the package, and where to buy them.2

It's better to be safe than sorry.

4. Make Yourself Orgasm

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If you can't make yourself orgasm, then it's going to be close to impossible for your boyfriend to make you orgasm.2

You need to learn how your body works first, so that you can show him the ropes.2

That means you should masturbate as often as you can until you figure out what makes yourself tick.

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