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Updated 12 April 2013

That feels good

It's natural to sometimes be unsure if your partner is happy with your style of loving.

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It's natural to sometimes be unsure if your partner is happy with your style of loving. The good news is that statistically it isn't likely that he or she isn't satisfied with your passionate efforts. According to a recent survey run by condom company Durex, 85% of South African men and 82% of local women say their partner is good at giving them pleasure. That's the vast majority of us having a wonderful time between the sheets.

If you're still not sure, it's easy to find out what your partner likes: listen for sounds of enjoyment, watch his or her facial expressions, and if still in doubt, whisper: "Does that feel good?" You're likely to get an enthusiastic response. Don't overdo the questions though; you're not Larry King or Oprah.

(Health24, April 2012)

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