Dear Men: 5 Things Women Associate with Your Skills in Bed


Dear men,

I didn’t get a chance to post Monday, but that doesn’t mean I forgot about you! This week I want to focus on 5 things women are likely to associate with your skills in the bedroom. Most of these things are influenced by our wild sense of imagination, but still… the 5 things I’m about to point out women associate with your skills in bed more often than not. Let’s get into it!

Your appearance.

If you haven’t realized what your style of dress (or the lack thereof) does for a woman then start paying closer attention. We are instantly intrigued by a well-dressed man, but when your overall appearance is complete and done just right–meaning your dressed properly, groomed properly (yes including your nails), facial hair well kept, and ultimately, when you walk into a room you own it… we perceive it very sexy and very manly. We wouldn’t hesitate to daydream about how well you handle yourself in bed.

Your grip.

Whether it’s from a hug or a handshake, this association is influenced by that ‘manly factor’ as well. A firm grip we like to think of as the grasp you’ll take of our body if the time to make love ever became real. Eye contact. In control. Firm, but not harsh. Solid, but not hard. Protective. All while being as gentle as we need you to be. YES. YES. YES. This puts a good deal of thoughts in our mind.

Your taste in music.

I may very well be alone in this association, but I’m convinced that a man who listens to classics–like real classics… knows exactly how to handle a woman in bed. I just can’t force myself to believe that someone who listens to ‘trap music’ day in and day out knows how to properly make love. I just can’t.

Your dance skills.

The only thing I love more than dancing is dancing with a man who can keep up. Lordt! I mean seriously, I can’t get over how sexy a man who can hang with me while dancing is. I don’t mean knowing the latest YouTube dance moves either. I’m talking about really stepping. Whether slow and steady or a little more upbeat, I love a dancing man. I absolutely associate how smooth you can be on the dance floor with how well you dance in bed.

Your conversation.

Again, this association is heavily influenced by that ‘manly factor’. Intelligence is extremely sexy. When you’re able to be mature enough to develop chemistry and carry a real conversation with a woman, I don’t doubt that you can’t create that same chemistry with a woman in the bedroom. On the other hand, if you’re all over the place and unfocused during conversation I presume you’d be the same way in bed.

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