Last weekend my boyfriend and I were hanging out, working our way through a six-pack of lager, when he started to clean the inside of a vintage amplifier. As I watched him polish the delicate glass tubes, tighten minuscule screws, and run his fingertips among a network of wires, I felt a familiar weakness between my legs. Those hands. The mere sight of them working touched off deep memories: in backseats, on blankets, in dark hallways, the first thrilling times with a guy. Ever since I was old enough to grope and be groped, a man's hands have been an exhilarating turn-on. Lots of women feel the same.
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Reading body language gets you inside information into how a woman is feeling. And this is information can be incredibly useful during the course of the conversation. A great way to tell how interested a woman is in you is to take a look at where her body is facing. If her head, chest, and feet are all pointing in your direction then it is clear you have got her full interest and attention.
Groped on her legs and she willing to open her legs
June 15th, by Nick Notas 10 Comments. In my last article we covered the basics of how to touch a woman. But is that really true? Start with the small gestures and escalate progressively to intimate touching. Remember that the more personal you get, the more chemistry, attraction, and trust she will need to be comfortable.
On a spring day in recent memory, I was strolling up Ninth Avenue alone, after leaving a bistro lunch with a gentleman caller and my soon-to-finish-N. It was sunny but not yet steaming. Businessmen had their ties tugged loose or suit jackets slung over their shoulders. Then an approaching guy chatting equably with a tall friend dodged at me to grab my crotch. He also called me the C-word with breath that stank of beer.