What men most hate in th you bedroom
Source: Daily Mail
Lying back and taking it
As in adopting the 'dead starfish' position and not moving a muscle.
Lying back and thinking of England isn't just uninspiring, it's patronising.
It insinuates that simply allowing him have sex with you is enough of a turn on for him.
It isn't. No-one's that hot.
Going to the loo just before sex and not washing afterwards
This was the pet hate of my best male friend and his (now ex) girlfriend.
'Me giving her oral sex was the basis of nearly every sex session we had but she'd think nothing of going for a pee just before, with the door open, and not washing either her hands or her bits.
'I found it gross.'
Scratching his back
In films, scratching your fingernails down his back to show how excited you are looks damn sexy.
In reality, it just hurts – and comes across as more than a tad overdramatic.
The ultimate no-no for BOTH sexes…
Trying something new without asking first
Some sex surprises are great (a present of a new vibrator you know she likes, trying out a new oral sex technique on him).
Others need permission.
Most of us know what sort of things fall into that category so let’s not pretend we don’t.
Being too self conscious about your body
Covering, up, only doing it with the lights off, not letting him look and admire you – none of these behaviours will score you any points at all with any man (or woman if you're gay or bisexual!)
Yes, we all have our insecurities and 'fat days' but if you're a few months in and he still hasn't actually seen you naked, you're taking things way too far.
Body insecurities don't just impact on his visual enjoyment, they often mean you won't try certain positions and are generally unadventurous in bed.
Women are way, way, way more critical about their bodies than their partners are of them.
If he says he finds your body beautiful, he does. Take the compliment and relax.
Only liking the missionary position
Women favour missionary for many reasons – some good (it's primitive and there's lots of eye contact), some not so good (it's the position that hides most of your body and requires the least effort from us).