Are Comfortable Clothes A Turn-Off?
The only sex tips I ever read are the ones I write because all sex tips are complete guesswork.
Unless you see some kind of sex therapist or love guru, there’s too much generalizing to actually provide you with any real help.
What am I trying to say? Oh yeah…
So I was reading a sex tip on the Huffington Post called “Three Common Mistakes Women Make In The Bedroom“ and I’m very disappointed with the three mistakes they came up with.
The three mistakes are:
- Comfy Clothes
- Not Taking the Lead
These are the three most common mistakes women make in the bedroom?
What about “not threatening to cut off a man’s dick if he doesn’t wear a condom”? Not threatening men with violence if they don’t wear a condom is a much more serious mistake than not taking the lead. But that’s not what I want to focus on today.
I’d like to talk about comfortable clothes as a turn-off.
The HuffPost sex tip says:
I know, ladies, that you want to be in those comfortable nightgowns, those comfortable jammies that you wear. But, honestly, the quickest turn-off to your partner or spouse is your comfy clothes. So, if you want to spice things up in your love life, shed those comfy clothes and find a nice, hot bra or a nice nighty, something you can be slinky, sexy and comfortable in that will be a turn-on to your partner.
Now, there’s nothing wrong with wearing lingerie and other sexy outfits. They’re a great way to spice things up, but that doesn’t mean comfortable clothes are a turn-off.
Personally, I think comfort is sexy because comfort inspires confidence. And there’s nothing sexier than confidence.
Let me make a case for the sexiness of comfortable clothes:
Sweatpants / Yoga pants?
Your favorite flannel shirt
White, cotton bathrobe?
Your favorite Star Wars T-shirt?
A big, billowy sweater?