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Updated 22 July 2013

Should you kiss and tell?

Last night was mind-blowing. Not only did you reach a fabulous climax, but your new partner also showed you a few new tricks. So who do you tell –or not?

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Last night was mind-blowing. Not only did you reach a fabulous climax, but your new partner also showed you a few tricks you’ve never tried before. So who do you tell – or not?

  • Your partner. This is the first person you should tell. There’s never any harm in letting your partner know exactly how much you enjoyed that thing with the tongue. Only don’t paste it on her Facebook wall for her mom and colleagues to read.
  • Yourself. Look in the mirror and say: “Wow, that was great!” Maybe even revisit the whole thing in your mind later when you’re masturbating. Wouldn’t want to waste a good memory!
  • Your doctor. If you see your doctor, make sure you discuss any sexual concerns, and sort out contraception issues, but it’s probably not necessary to share every detail of your latest encounter.
  • Your Twitter followers. You may feel like shouting it from the rooftops, but your partner might prefer to keep these matters just between the two of you. Rather keep it enigmatic: “I’m walking on sunshine this morning.”
  • Your best friend. If you know your friend will keep private matters private, you may want to share some of your joy with him or her. But remember that once you have told one person something, it is never truly a secret again. Maybe keep mum on the details of how and where you touched each other to build the pleasure. Otherwise it could be embarrassing when your friend asks him: “So where did you learn the trick with the feathers?”

(Health24, January 2013)

(Picture: happy couple in bed from Shutterstock)

 
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