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Tamsen: Hey, everybody, it’s Matt and Tamsen here from mattandtamsen.com answering your questions about love.
Najo: Today, we have a question from Jason in New York City. Jason writes: What’s the best way to turn a girl on in the bedroom? What’s the best first move?
Matt: Thank you, Najo.
Najo: You’re welcome.
Tamsen: Okay, best first move, best way to turn a girl on in the bedroom.
Matt: It’s all about the kiss. There is no question about it.
Tamsen: Without getting into the bedroom first. Like you can’t be so obvious about getting—that’s the rapport.
Matt: You know what?
Tamsen: I’m sorry. You can’t be so obvious about it.
Matt: Alright guys. You know what?
Tamsen: See, there’s got to be some seduction. I’m sorry. Like it has to be a little music, a little wine, a little…
Matt: She likes the seduction part and then obviously I think it’s all a bout the kiss. Women love to kiss. If you’re not down with the kiss, you’re not going down anywhere, sorry. Anyway, honestly, it’s really true and when you kiss her, use your hands the right way. Rub your—put your h ands through her hair, touch her neck you know, hold her head when you’re kissing her.
Tamsen: Be affectionate.
Matt: Right. That’s true. You have to be affectionate, you know, and just take your time. Don’t kiss her once and you know.
Tamsen: Take off your clothes.
Matt: Yeah. Don’t do that. Honestly, women think a lot differently than men when it comes to sex, when it comes to intimacy and when it comes to actually, you know, what’s the process of having sex. The foreplay’s huge.
Tamsen: So, what’s your idea? Seduction, one, music, kiss—
Matt: And then go back to your business. But honestly, what’s most important about this is when you’re kissing her, make sure you’re not slobbering all over, make it a good kiss. Make sure your holding the back of her head with your hand. Putting your hands through her head, touching her face while you kiss her, they love all that stuff. I have no idea why.
Tamsen: And hold her afterwards.
Matt: Hold her. You can’t get the hell out of there afterwards.
Tamsen: Alright. This is Matt and Tamsen, until next time.