jbknows jbknows
I'm really bad at talking. Even normal, nonsexy time talking. Ask me a question, I'll freeze like a deer in headlights. ("Where do you want to go eat?" "Uhhhhhh.....")

Anyways, my main issue I'm asking about is two-fold:
Being able to tell someone what I would like them to do
Showing that I enjoy what their doing

My guy is very vocal. When he asks me a question, I attempt to answer - but while I shout in my head, my body seizes up and refuses to answer. He's starting to get discouraged, because it gets awkward enough that I've never been able to finish when we are fooling around. And don't get me wrong, he's GREAT.

I want to just bring up what I want with him, because it takes some of the pressure off me having to think of a response right away. But for the life of me, I don't know how to bring it up.

(Side note: I involuntarily let out an "Oh God!" once and I got back a "God's not going to help you" in return. I'm still not sure if I'm supposed to be turned on or frightened. lol)
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Chilipepper Chilipepper
Before you get to the point of being right in the middle of it, you could ask for what you want by writing it down and having him read it so he can be prepared.

Moaning and gasping is always effective at conveying that you like something being done.

Also try placing his hands where you want or guiding them through the motions of what you like. You don't have to say a word.
El-Jaro El-Jaro
I'd suggest trying to figure out the source of freezing up before trying to address it.

That line is great btw: Really creepy or really hot, depending on who says it and how.

If all else fails, just relax and go with it. Once the brain gets the body warmed up, it can just sit back and enjoy the endorphins.
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