Men and women alike experience insecurities when they are being intimate with their partners. It could be a host of many things; whether they are dong something right, are they too loud or whether they smell good. Everyone goes through these insecurities at one time or the other.
For women, these insecurities are more personal. Women tend to focus too hard on such issues and that may affect their ability to happily intimate with their partners. It is for their male partners to understand these insecurities and help them over them. These are three sexual insecurities many women have:
1. Body Issues: Most women, regardless of how slim, toned and beautiful they are, still tend to feel insecure about their bodies. They feel more self-conscious and may not fully be happy in the moment. It's the duty of her partner to be sensitive to her qualms and make her feel beautiful.
2. Performance: Performance anxiety does not just happen with men, women go through that too. They may feel they are not doing enough or don't seem adventurous enough. Paying them little compliments and encouraging them is a sure way to clear their anxieties. Especially since most men watch graphic videos, women tend to wonder if they measure up to the skills displayed in those videos.
3. Lack of experience: Many women think their experience with intimacy (or lack of) may be derived from how many partners they have had. Some think they have had too many, and others think they have had not enough which probably translates their understanding of whether they are good or terrible in bed. The number of partners the woman has had should not interfere with the current partners as they were all before him.
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