Men, here's what you do that turns her off

All Woman

Gentlemen, pay keen attention to the below – top turn-offs according to women.

1. No romance

We can all understand the need for things to happen quickly now and then, but when quickies become a regular feature that's a bother. Women love romance – to be wined, dined and pampered.

2. No foreplay

The woman's body was designed not only to be admired, but also to be touched and kissed. How can you possibly just get your clothes off and get to it? Do you expect her to love it? She won't. So touch her.

3. Daggering

Now some women are hardcore lovers and they instruct their men to go hard or go home, and some men fall permanently into this habit. But gentlemen, before you jump the gun and go hard, you need to spend time to know who you are getting intimate with. Because some women, on the other hand, like it gentle and slow.

4. Going too far with the dirty talk

Okay, so people get carried away in the moment and say things, and while it can be sexy and enhance the mood, if you start talking trash all the time, it is a total turn off. Despite the reality that she might like dirty talk, that doesn't mean that you should get nasty.

5. Answering your phone in the middle of intimacy

This would turn off anyone. First thing, your phone should be silent, but let's say you forgot and you got carried away in the moment, why would you think it is acceptable to answer your phone? Surely, your partner is going to feel disrespected and that will kill the mood immediately.

6. Using porn as guide

Your partner is not a porn star! If what you watch is what you desire, you need to be with a porn star.

7. No after-romance

So it is over and you just roll over and sleep. That's irritating. How about cuddling, embracing and showing some affection? You do this, and you are preparing her for another round.

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