So reluctant are we to talk about sex, we've created a kaleidoscope of funny euphemisms — from "bonking" to "shagging" to a spot of "how's your father" — to avoid uttering the dreaded three letter word: s-e-x.
See also: Consent makes you better at sex. So, what do you do if you can't express your enthusiasm for getting down without being hampered by a classic case of shyness?
We chatted to top British sexperts to get some tips on how to up our dirty talk game without blushing furiously. Be warned, things are about to get pretty graphic from this point Don't do anything that makes you feel uncomfortable, says sex blogger Katie Beswick.
But, it is equally fine to do it in silence. Mirror their tone and style," says Girl on the Net. Communication about what you and your partner like and dislike about dirty talk is a must when finding out what works for you both.
Ask questions to find out what turns them on, and share your own preferences with your partner. Be in control of yourself. Pick a particularly hot thing and describe it in as much detail as possible — again mirroring their language.
Phone sex is a great way to initiate talking dirty if you feel slightly shy about making eye contact. Because of its nature, phone sex forces you and your partner to talk dirty to one another, making it a great way to ease yourself gradually into dirty talk. We're using cookies to improve your experience.
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