While women do expect men to take the lead when it comes to initiating any form of physical intimacy the first time, the second, maybe even the third, but in most cases that becomes the norm. Even the hottest between-the-sheets moves can get routine and familiar, and nothing amps the thrill like some playful unpredictability. Speaking of which, there’s possibly not a man alive who would be able to resist an unmistakable “It’s a GO” sign from his ladylove. So ladies, take those reins in your hands for once, and get ready to show your man how much he rocks your world. Literally!
GET SUGGESTIVE: So you’ve decided to take the lead but those nerves keep acting up? A fun way to get your man where you want him is to say-it-before-you-show-it. Leave him a trail of suggestive messages throughout the day, on his SMS, his IM, his voicemail, his e-mail. Make sure the intention is conveyed and come evening, he won’t be able to keep his hands off you.
SUBTLE IS SEXY: Even the most shy and timid women can pull this one off. Initiating sex does not necessarily require a physical gesture. As they say, it begins in the mind, so put all your feminine wiles to good use. Men are very visual creatures, so dress to please, give him those unmistakable come-here-looks and you’re ensured great returns for minimal investment.
KNOCK HIS SOCKS OFF: When it comes to sex, men may be less intuitive, but definitely more eager. For those whose subtle hints do not get registered, there’s no rule in the book that says a man cannot be pushed up against a wall. A little rough 'n' rumble will literally take his breath away and for a man, just knowing that his woman wants sex will make his mind race. Add to that the thrill of this playful role reversal and it won’t be too long before he takes over.
SIZZLE WITH DANCE: Whether you’re dating, or engaged or married, dancing remains the best in foreplay. Dance with him or dance for him, tease, tempt, get a little frisky and there’s bound to be fireworks later. Dancing also gets those pheromones working, which is always a good build-up to the main act.