10 Tips for Playing Up Your Own Unique Brand of Sexiness

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Knowing you want to be seen as sexy, attractive, and desirable is easy. It’s figuring out how to actually do it that’s hard. After all, no two people are going to find the exact same qualities and features sexy. Plus, we all have at least one friend or acquaintance that gets plenty of sexual attention despite not being conventionally attractive, right?

At the end of the day, the key to being seen as a sexy, desirable person isn’t necessarily about what you have. It’s more about what you do with it. Here we’ll go over how tapping into your own one-of-a-kind brand of sex appeal is the best way to land more dates and get laid a lot more often. We’ll touch on a few suggestions for becoming the best, most desirable version of yourself as well.

  1. Pinpoint your unique assets.

The qualities you think you like most about yourself may not actually be the same ones that draw others to you, so you’ll want to start by figuring out the difference. A good way to do this is to reflect on the people you’ve dated or slept with in the past, especially in regards to the compliments they’ve paid you. Continue reading…

How to Successfully Open Up Your Relationship

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If you’re in a traditional monogamous relationship, it’s not difficult to understand why you might want to try opening things up. Open relationships can be wonderful, healthy ways to experience the variety you crave when it comes to sex without saying good-bye to the companionship and depth you enjoy in your primary relationship. Neither of you ever has to feel like you’re missing out either, which can actually make your relationship stronger in many ways.

However, deciding an open relationship could be amazing for both you and your partner is one thing. Successfully convincing your partner to give it a chance is another. Some people are a lot more open to the idea than others. Here we’ll go over a few tips for bringing up the topic, as well as touch on some ways to help a reluctant partner warm up to the idea. Continue reading…