Learning to Be a Lover
Understanding your and your partner’s sexual bodies reminds you that lovers are made, not born. Your ability to enjoy sex and make sex enjoyable for your partner is dependent on your confidence, comfort, awareness, psychosexual skills, sensitivity, imagination, and ability to communicate—all of which are a matter of learning and experience. You can increase your potential as a lover and learn how truly satisfying sex can be if you transform performance-oriented sex to pleasure-oriented sex. Sexuality integrates feelings about you as a man—including your body image, physical well-being, attitudes, emotions, behavior, values, and—most important—your relationship. Base your sexual expectations solidly on knowledge about your body while remembering that, at its essence, sexuality is an interpersonal process.
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