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Lady shares one thing men do which can kill s3xy vibe in the bedroom

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Lady shares one thing men do which can kill s3xy vibe in bedroom

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We all want our partner to have a good time in the bedroom.

However, a s3xpert revealed the one thing that men do which is a huge turn-off.

Alice Kensington is a luxury Parisian escort, so she knows a thing or two about keeping people happy between the sheets.

But the brunette said there’s one thing men do which can really kill the s3xy vibe – using medical terms for their anatomy.

Alice opened up about the bugbear in an exclusive chat with Daily Star as we spoke all things dirty talk.

We asked if there were any particular words to avoid when talking dirty.

“For me personally, dirty talk can be a turn off if too many medical terms are used,” she said.

“I know it sounds a bit silly, but hearing that you want to put your penis in my vagina in the heat of the moment just doesn’t do it for me!

“If we’re doing dirty talk, then I really encourage my clients to feel open with me and express that vulgar side of themselves that they’re keeping hidden.”

As well as this, Alice also said it puts her off s3x if someone is “too nervous” to use kinky language.

She also says you have to both be on the same wavelength when talking dirty in the bedroom.

“Dirty talk can really kill the mood if you’re not on the same wavelength as the person you’re with,” she said.

“It’s not just about shouting out the wildest things that come to mind in the moment.”

She continued: “You’ve got to be mindful of their boundaries and what they’re comfortable with, as well as your own.

“Calling them names or using language that they find off-putting can quickly become a turn-off.

“It’s all about finding the right balance and only using language that spice things up for the both of you.”

So what does make dirty talk good?

“I think it depends on the partner you’re with,” says Alice.

“If it’s something you or they are really into, then take the time to discuss what they like and don’t like beforehand.

“Some people may love being called rude words, but others might find it uncomfortable and upsetting.

“It might feel a bit awkward when you’re not in the heat of things, but I really do think it’s incredibly important.”

This article was updated 3 months ago


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