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Updated 21 June 2013

You can leave your hat on

When last have you surprised your lover with a little striptease?

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When last have you surprised your lover with a little striptease? If you've never done something like this before, the more important question to ask yourself is "what stops you?"

Having sex doesn’t always have to be fast and furious. Instead of ripping off each others’ clothes in seconds, getting naked slowly can make sex so much hotter. In fact, the ultimate fantasy for many people (both men and women) is their lover stripping for them.

Feeling self-conscious? Taking your clothes off in front of your partner can be a nerve-wracking experience, but it’s also a very liberating one. Your partner loves every part of your body, including its little flaws, and there’s no greater turn-on than seeing you confident and taking control.

Choose your favourite sultry track and start moving slowly to the music. If you need some help, invent a sexy character in your mind and let it become you.

Tease your partner by taking your clothes off one layer at a time. Enjoy the power and see the lust and desire build up in their eyes. Heels, lace, zips, scarves and buttons...let your imagination run wild.

Once you tossed the last piece of clothing into your lover’s face, be bold and parade your naked glory. Caress and touch yourself until your lover can’t handle it anymore and succumbs to your seduction...

Visit out Sex Centre for more tips.

 - (Striptease pic from Shutterstock)
 
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