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How can I start talking about a sexual fantasy with my partner?

Ian Kerner, PhD
Sexual Health

Spend some time in advance imagining or planning how you’ll describe a favorite fantasy -- one starring your partner, of course. For example, when you’re both relaxed in bed, end a kiss by saying something like, “I had a really sexy dream about you last night.” She’ll want to know more. Not only can this kind of talk get her hot, it also gives you an opportunity to lightly acknowledge your own role in her pleasure. As you describe your “dream,” you can tell her how much you love turning her on -- and that it helps you last longer, too.

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