Going Off Rhythm During Sex Video

When rhythm during sex is coordinated, it feels great. But good rhythm is sometimes difficult to achieve. It takes awareness, understanding and even generosity, attributes that are not always present during sex.
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Juicy Talk for Women Cherry TV.com Cherry Dish Here the women talk about rhythm in bed and not being in harmony. Female 1: What about times, you know the rhythm is just not working? What of those experiences been like and what do you think you know that’s about and have those experiences kind of lasted so that it just doesn’t ever come together? Female 2: Oh, yes, the jackhammer right from the start. Female 1: And what do you think that’s attributed to? Female 2: I think that pornography and I think that maybe– Female 3: Inexperience. Female 2: Inexperience, maybe they think– Female 3: To pump jump right. Female 2: Yes, or may be they we’re with a woman who that work right from the start, honestly I doubt it. And probably just no one ever told them or they haven’t been with other partners to have been told. Female 4: I think I don’t–I think a lot of it is just lack of experience and even more so of lack of communication. Like I’ve been with people who have been like you know before when I was with girls I didn’t really care about them, all I cared about was getting off. And I’m sure in that case that it is, you just like hammer it out. But I mean, yes, if you’re approaching a relationship where you’re like, “I want to get off. I want to get off. I want to get off.” You don’t even care about what your partner feels or if what you’re doing is good for him or her or anything like that. And I think there a lot of men who approach relationships and approach sex with the kind of “I want to get off and I’m not really going to talk about this,” for whatever reason and because they weren’t raised to communicate about relationship because it’s just completely off of their radar, because they just don’t talk about sex. And I think that that’s when you kind of see the like, they’re really bad in bed. Female 2: Yes. I think because I’ve always just subscribe to this like paradigm of relationships, relationships in general on sex where you just talk about everything. And a lot people, it’s a skill, it’s not something that’s innate in people, you have to learn– Female 5: A lot of people aren’t comfortable doing that. I think that another huge factor is if one person’s into and the other person isn’t, your rhythm is going to be way off. And it’s like that can be–that can be when the pumping starts, it’s like, “Whoa! Hey! What are you doing?” But it’s like the guy’s really into it. He’s really trying like to break you off and its like–that isn’t breaking shit, except for my fucking teeth because my head is hitting the headboard. You know what I mean, so if they’re really into it and you're not or vice versa, it makes for a really, really bad, aggressively. Female 1: What about girl’s whose rhythm is just not there. Female 6: Yes, I was thinking about that. I think in my experience, it’s not really about rhythm, it’s like, there are often times when like say a girl’s giving me a hand job or something, it’s not so much their–like the rhythm on my toots start faster or harder or softer or like a little to the left, a little to the right and she just gets fucking frustrated. You know like, I think it’s the frustration factor or like a lack of–it’s probably the same thing for guys but a lack of like patience like “uh.” You know like, sometimes when it’s like at the beginning of the relationship or it’s just a fast you know like one night stand or whatever I mean, you just don’t have the patience to really tune in with you're partner whether it’s guy or girl then the rhythm can get off. Female 4: And it can also in a word like in a girl-girl relationship because there are girls which like well this isn’t work for me, therefore. And I mean you say that with the guys too who are in heterosexual relationships just where it’s like well this is what worked for my last girlfriend and this is what works for–but I think just a lot of times when you're making assumptions, that’s when you're going to be totally off. Because you're like, “Well, I rea

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