How You Can Keep Your Mind in Control During Sex

Have you ever wondered what it is that the female brain can and cannot control during sex? If so, then you are not alone. Lots of women are just like you and for those who have already been taught that their mind is inferior to the male’s brain, well, perhaps you are the next one on the chopping block.

You see, such women believe that they need to be subordinate to the male in order to have a pleasurable experience. You can’t make this stuff up, it’s amazing!

According to this view, women only think of themselves as deserving of pleasure when they are having sex, and it doesn’t occur to them that they are part of an interdependent group. They think that they’re only deserving of pleasure if they are doing it to themselves, without paying anything toward that pleasure.

The last thing that these women want to do is to be pleasured by someone else during the course of a sexual encounter. In fact, they don’t want to have any contact at all with any other individual during that time.

What they are really seeking is to get pleasure out of the sexual encounter. Unfortunately, it is something that the female brain can do very well indeed, and that’s why they are able to accomplish it.

One way that this is accomplished is through arousing their sensual responses. Another way is to push themselves away and begin to feel like they will go crazy if they are experiencing pleasure too often. They want to preserve their masculinity, even though they are reaching out to men for pleasure during sex.

They also don’t want to share their body with anyone else for a long time, including their husband. These are just some of the reasons why a woman has some control over the workings of her brain during sex.

They won’t let things go too far when it comes to sexual intercourse. They won’t hurt themselves, and they won’t push the limits of their nature either.

But in addition to this, the female brain can be somewhat more evolved than the man’s brain. In fact, the brain of a woman can be said to be more evolved than the man’s brain.

It isn’t until the age of eighteen or nineteen, when the woman first learns to suppress the orgasmic responses and this can happen without her even being aware of it. She learns to make love to herself, and this keeps her in control of her own response throughout most of her life.

These are the kinds of things that a woman needs to understand. They can then begin to realize how powerful the female brain is.

The whole point is that in order to remain in control of one’s sex drive, you have to learn how to use your brain and you have to know how to keep it at the forefront of your thinking throughout your entire sexual life. This is a skill that you can teach yourself with a little bit of effort and determination.