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Important Signs You and Your Partner Are Sexually Compatible and Signs that You Aren’t

You and your partner could be perfect for each other in every way, but if the sexual compatibility is off, then things will never work, no matter how great it seems in the start. If you aren’t sure what signs you need to look out for in order to tell whether you and your mate are all good in the bedroom, then keep reading.

You’re compatible if:

  • You can’t keep your eyes or hands off each other
  • You guys just get each other
  • You have the same or very similar kissing styles
  • Your spark is undeniable to both of you and others
  • You want and enjoy the same things in bed
  • You love trying new things with each other, even if it doesn’t end up the way you planned
  • Communication is pretty great in your relationship
  • You both put in effort in the bedroom
  • You’re not afraid to completely let go
  • You understand and accept the things you aren’t compatible about

You’re not compatible if:

  • You don’t look forward to having sex with your partner
  • You make excuses to not have sex with your partner
  • You can’t get out of your head during sex
  • You feel uncomfortable during sex
  • You’ve never had an orgasm with that partner
  • You don’t like what your partner is into in the bedroom
  • You’re not physically attracted to your partner
  • You fantasise about better past relationships
  • You guys are never in sync- whether it be kissing or the actual act
  • You feel awkward after the act

But don’t despair if you’ve checked a few boxes in the incompatible department. People don’t end up magically being each other’s perfect sexual matches just like that- although it has, to a lucky few. Many of the problems we’ve listed have solutions and we can also help you out with those. Here are a few examples.

  1. If you feel uncomfortable, talk about it. How else will your partner know exactly what’s wrong, if you don’t say it? Honesty is key here.
  2. If you don’t look forward to having sex or make excuses to have it, try suggesting new positions, toys and even places that you both can enjoy the act.
  3. If you’re fantasising about past relationships, try to create new and better experiences with your current partner, especially if they’re willing.
  4. If you guys are out of sync, try slowing it down and listening to your bodies, instead of doing your own thing. Adding some music into the mix can go a long way.
  5. And if you feel awkward after a round or two of sex, stop having sex until you know the person better. When you know them for who they are, a little after-sex chat will be the least of your concerns.

For the problems you can’t fix or aren’t willing to work on, you should make it clear to your partner, at the earliest point possible, that things are not working for you and give them the respect of doing it in person and not via text. Prolonging any kind of bad or uncomfortable situation can breed hostility and cause more problems than they’re worth.

 

 

Important Signs You and Your Partner Are Sexually Compatible and Signs that You Aren’t

You and your partner could be perfect for each other in every way, but if the sexual compatibility is off, then things will never work, no matter how great it seems in the start. If you aren’t sure what signs you need to look out for in order to tell whether you and your mate are all good in the bedroom, then keep reading.

You’re compatible if:

  • You can’t keep your eyes or hands off each other
  • You guys just get each other
  • You have the same or very similar kissing styles
  • Your spark is undeniable to both of you and others
  • You want and enjoy the same things in bed
  • You love trying new things with each other, even if it doesn’t end up the way you planned
  • Communication is pretty great in your relationship
  • You both put in effort in the bedroom
  • You’re not afraid to completely let go
  • You understand and accept the things you aren’t compatible about

You’re not compatible if:

  • You don’t look forward to having sex with your partner
  • You make excuses to not have sex with your partner
  • You can’t get out of your head during sex
  • You feel uncomfortable during sex
  • You’ve never had an orgasm with that partner
  • You don’t like what your partner is into in the bedroom
  • You’re not physically attracted to your partner
  • You fantasise about better past relationships
  • You guys are never in sync- whether it be kissing or the actual act
  • You feel awkward after the act

But don’t despair if you’ve checked a few boxes in the incompatible department. People don’t end up magically being each other’s perfect sexual matches just like that- although it has, to a lucky few. Many of the problems we’ve listed have solutions and we can also help you out with those. Here are a few examples.

  1. If you feel uncomfortable, talk about it. How else will your partner know exactly what’s wrong, if you don’t say it? Honesty is key here.
  2. If you don’t look forward to having sex or make excuses to have it, try suggesting new positions, toys and even places that you both can enjoy the act.
  3. If you’re fantasising about past relationships, try to create new and better experiences with your current partner, especially if they’re willing.
  4. If you guys are out of sync, try slowing it down and listening to your bodies, instead of doing your own thing. Adding some music into the mix can go a long way.
  5. And if you feel awkward after a round or two of sex, stop having sex until you know the person better. When you know them for who they are, a little after-sex chat will be the least of your concerns.

For the problems you can’t fix or aren’t willing to work on, you should make it clear to your partner, at the earliest point possible, that things are not working for you and give them the respect of doing it in person and not via text. Prolonging any kind of bad or uncomfortable situation can breed hostility and cause more problems than they’re worth.

 

 

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