How to Make a Woman Unfold in Front of your Eyes.

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Men, please know one thing and know it well:

Women rejoice when they are met by a man who appreciates and genuinely enjoys engaging in foreplay.

Let me paint a more poetic, appealing picture for you. Consider it foreplay from a woman’s perspective.

Foreplay feels like a seductive snake slowly uncoiling on the floor of her pelvis.

See, you can’t force a flower to blossom. Even when you want to boil water, you must wait patiently until you see the heat rise as little bubbles clinging to the sides of the pot, just asking for it. You must tend to things, with care, as they begin the process of unraveling.

It’s no different for women. You can’t expect her temperature to rise rapidly. Ever tried instant coffee? It sucks. You must saturate the grounds with hot water and the longer you wait, the more potent their effect will be.

Remember this when you’re with a woman. Let her steep in your care, your love, and you’ll get the gift of the most potently exquisite elixir.

Even if she gets hot quickly and you feel a surge run through her body in response to your touch, stay patient. There is still more attentive unfolding to be witnessed. There are still light touches, kisses that feel like whispers, advances that don’t have the “I just want to f*ck you already” energy behind them.

This is what a woman craves. Sure, there are times when she’s begging you to just bend her over the kitchen island and get to it. But how will you know that she’s secretly asking for that if you haven’t taken the time to get to know the underground murmurs of her body’s most intimate desires?

I want the slow unraveling.

I want my entire system to trust you, over and over again, before we go further.

I want to feel that every time we’re intimate, I’m learning yet another detail about you—small yet wildly significant details that will imprint themselves in my mind and show up every single time you take me to the bedroom.

Like the way you look at me when you think I can’t see you.

Or the way you just barely brush my skin with your slightly quivering fingertips.

I want to feel the heat of your breath as you move from my face to my neck.

I want to feel the weight of your body on mine and know, once again, what safety feels like.

I want you to tell me how beautiful I am, ask me what I want, make it known that my consent is your first priority—so that the armor around my heart can be stripped away.

I want your hands to blindly search for the curves my body keeps and navigate them like infinitely fresh territory—the downward slope of my outer hips toward my thighs, the crevice of my waist, the canyon-like structures of my two protective hip bones.

But also the unexpected curves—the narrow ledge of my collarbones, the rounded hills of my shoulder heads, the curve along the back of my neck.

I want to feel your fingers run a line down the dried out river bed of my spine and the barrier my muscles erect around it.

I want to feel the vibrating hum of your voice as it transfers from your throat to the skin of my stomach—you, traveling down toward the opening between my legs.

I want to wrap my small hands around the definition of your arm muscles until I learn them like a new language.

I want all of you,
every little nuance,
so I can gather them up and hold them close
once you’re finally inside.

I want to slowly open for you
until the natural invitation of my body pulls you in.

You see, men, if you wait for a woman and exhibit authentic
patience,
understanding,
tenderness,
care,
and respect
at the feet of her sacred body,
you’ll receive the gift of a
ready,
willing,
orgasmic,
uncontained,
and unveiled woman.

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Author: Sarah Diedrick
Image: Courtesy of Ali Kaukas
Editor: Nicole Cameron
Copy Editor: Catherine Monkman

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Sarah Diedrick

Sarah Diedrick is a writer, poetess, and yoga teacher exploring the language of the body. She writes and teaches yoga with the intention of highlighting and amplifying our deep, intrinsic intelligence that can help us navigate the world with more vitality and ease. For more from Sarah, check out her website and Instagram.

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Sarah Khan May 19, 2018 2:18pm

This is wonderful, beautifully described

Stacy McIntyre Batts Apr 17, 2018 3:03am

Amazing! Glong to every word as if I was in the moment. Great writing!

Javeed Ahmad Apr 16, 2018 10:23am

Really how much

Emily Blanchford Apr 11, 2018 9:53pm

🔥🔥🔥

Sarah Lynn Apr 10, 2018 6:40pm

Thank you for reading!

Ron Laswell Apr 10, 2018 6:35pm

Funny you mention this ... in my dreams I'm doing what you mention. Only to awaken and find myself kissing the pillow. Darn!

Mary Lou Goho Apr 10, 2018 5:20pm

Oh my! This is exquisite.

Sarah Lynn Apr 10, 2018 1:49pm

I completely agree. I feel that relationships take consistent effort to tune into our partners and sense what they are wanting. And if we can’t sense it intuitively, that’s why it’s important to create a space where we feel comfortable verbally communicating with our partners about what they want and what we want as well. Thank you for your insights!

Sarah Lynn Apr 10, 2018 1:47pm

Thanks for reading! 🙏🏽

Jennifer Evangelista Apr 10, 2018 12:45pm

Bingo- ..,and I'd like the opportunity to be able to do the same. There is a difference between great f*#king and great love making, each of which is amazing in its own right. Ideally, a combo of both and remaining open to exploring different things about each other inside and out keeps the "growing" aspect of a relationship alive. Thank you for this!

Niloufer Hakim Apr 9, 2018 10:12pm

I love this. 🌸