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How to arouse sexual feelings quickly?

By Anonymous August 29, 2010 - 7:41pm
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humm i have read the previous comment it is all very true it would help with a bit more information. but if you were asking ( how to get him/her or even u arroused quickly ) just got to either find ways that turn ur partner on he might say if not you got to do a bit of quese work and see his/her reaction. same with you ask him/her to do different things to see how you feel with it you cant get arroused quickly inless you know each other menatly and intamatley but there can be times when it just wont happen and others when you could both within seconds x good luck with watever this question waqs for hope i helped

September 4, 2010 - 1:06pm

Can you tell us more information about your situation?

Are you currently in a sexual relationship, and are finding that you are no longer as "easily" aroused physically?

Are you mentally and emotionally connecting with your partner, but something is not "quite right" physically--or--are you also not "in the mood" emotionally?

Are you wanting to know how to get your partner to have sexual feelings towards you, or is this for you?

There are so many "what if" scenarios, and each have a completely different response. It would be helpful to know:
- your age
- do you have a location for sexual intimacy (ie, are you in your own home or apartment, do you share a dorm room with a roommate)
- if sexual feelings or physical reactions have changed, or if this is a new relationship?
- do you mean "quickly" as in "in the moment", or do you mean "quickly" as in, "wanting the relationship to progress to the next level quickly?"

Do you or your partner have any physical limitations to reaching sexual arousal?

Please know that so much of sexual arousal begins in our brains. There must be many things in place first, such as physical attraction, emotional connection, trust, intimacy, etc. Then there are the physical components, everything from your body's ability to sexually respond (as well as your partner's), to medical conditions, etc.

Tell us more about you and your situation, as this is such a complex issue, and we are happy to help!

August 29, 2010 - 7:53pm
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