Y. Dawne, Content Blogger, Diploma in Journalism, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Answered Feb 07, 2019
When wanting to have sex with you partner, talking about sex can be scary, but do your best not to be too nervous. You should be honest if you’re attracted to someone, and you can try to keep the conversation light-hearted. If possible, you should talk about intimacy before you get to the bedroom. Talk about sex in a comfortable, relaxed environment that's not too open and not too private.
Make sure you and your potential partner have that environment when you ask them if they’re interested. Help them feel safe and comfortable, and try to read their body language to ensure they feel at ease Bringing up sex ahead of time can help you, and the person you’re into becomes more comfortable. When you and the person you’re talking about sex, ask about their likes and dislikes. Talking about turn-ons which can help make the experience more enjoyable is great. While it might be tough to bring up, practice safe sex and ask them about the type of protection they prefer.
It can make you very anxious to ask someone if the other person would like to have sex with you. You can be very creative about it. You may want to tease the other person a bit and see how the person would reciprocate. If you are lucky, you do not even have to ask.
You will just know that you and the other person that you are with will have sex. It is best that you will be honest about your attraction towards the person. At times, you may ask directly. The bold move can make another person become game to have sex with you. Another clever way is to just initiate. When you do this, the other person will immediately know that you want sex.