Dr. Veronica Pleasure Coach


As A Pleasure Coach, I will LISTEN to you, I will be PRESENT with you,
I WILL HELP you with the issues, questions, concerns, curiosities and more.

I am not a SEX THERAPIST or any other kind of therapist other than a Massage Therapist, I am A SEX EXPERT.
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Girl’s Guide Dirty Talk for Beginners

You’ve mastered the bedroom eyes and sexy lingerie, but what about the pillow talk? To ease you into the sexy banter, we chatted with Dana Myers, founder of Booty Parlor, about tips and tricks for talking dirty. The beauty expert (and sex goddess) had suggestions for beginners and shy girls alike, and assures us that even she still has to practice occasionally.

Marie Claire: To start off, how would you define dirty talk? The phrase feels so intimidating!

Dana Myers: It does feel scary. People will often clam up and think, “I can’t do that!,” but it’s really just another way to express yourself in the bedroom. Women can use lingerie or toys or just their voice, and best of all, it’ll be totally unique to you. Women can be soft and sleek and still a little naughty, or racy and raunchy and way out there, and anywhere in the middle! It’s really just another way to heighten foreplay, add adventure, and actually get what you want in bed.

A lot of women are afraid to ask for what they want, and it’s important to translate what feels good and what’s going to bring you satisfaction into words. Doing that in a fun, sexy, and frisky way is dirty talk! Be confident, and discover a little bit of your inner bad girl.


 MC: So, how do you do it?

DM: It’s a combination of the words you’re saying, how you say it, and the mood you’ve set. Use your voice the way you’re moving your body. Talk softly, look at each other or close your eyes if you feel more comfortable. You don’t want to be laughing hysterically while you describe what you’re about to do to your lover, but it’s okay to be silly and giggle a little if that’s how you feel.

You don’t need to jump in with anything extreme. Something that can read as innocent as I love the way your tongue feels on my skin obviously means a whole lot more. If that’s still too much, just whisper into your lover’s ears. The heat of your breath and a few sultry words is incredibly scintillating.

MC: When’s the best time for dirty talk? Before you get into the bedroom or when things are already hot and heavy?

DM: Well, once you’re really comfortable with it you’ll find yourself using it at dinner, I swear! You’ll be out hiking, and you’ll say something sexy and give him a slap on the bottom. When you use it as foreplay completely out of the bedroom, it’s fun and saucy and gets mental stimulation going on during the day. It’s important for women to think about sex outside the bedroom so by the time you get in there, you’re warmed up a bit.

For a lot of women, the point of talking dirty is to get more of what they want. Some people are totally satisfied and just incorporating it as a fun thing, which is great, but you can use it to ask for what you need or to make sure he stays put and keeps doing what he’s doing.

MC: What’s your number one tip for beginners?

DM: The absolute easiest way to get into it is to buy a book of erotica and take turns reading to each other in bed. The really shy woman can literally hide behind the cover. Pass it back and forth and the nervousness breaks down. It becomes this sexy story time for the two of you that might lead to you writing your own and sharing. Having a piece of paper in front of you can be a very comfortable way to step into it. Rookies should remember that it’s about relaxing and not judging yourself. Don’t self-critique.

MC: You suggest that women try talking dirty all alone to get used to it. How do you start?

DM: I think a lot of people giggle when I tell them to talk dirty to themselves, but it’s okay! Just think back to the sexiest scenario you’ve ever been involved in, and go over it play-by-play, putting words to it. Narrate it. Or use a dream situation with some hot Hollywood actor; it’s a great way to come up with fantasy language. Trying it solo takes the fear factor out of it. You’re alone, in your own world, with no one to judge you. You can’t mess up! If you try it unpracticed in the bedroom, you’re going to be nervous. “What if I say the wrong thing?”, “What if he laughs?”


Dirty talk for girls

 MC: Is it necessary to start talking like the opposite version of yourself?

DM: No! Just say what you feel. If you love a position or angle, tell him! Say I love it when you grab my ass. If you’re not comfortable with that word, try something different. Women can get so hung up with body part names. Some things feel very porn star and not normal to us, and that’s okay. Conversely, it’s okay if you’re in the bedroom and you want to go to that raunchier, naughtier place. When you’re practicing alone, you’ll figure out what words you’re comfortable with, and it’s important not to try to be someone you aren’t. If you’re not a phone sex operator, and you don’t want to be, then don’t talk like it. If you’re forcing yourself, your mind will go, your body will shut off, and everything will be a big downward spiral.

MC: What are some easy words and phrases to start with?

DM: Ask for more. Describe what he’s doing. Encourage him with words like harder, faster, or slower. Give instructions along with positive encouragement. Gently guide him. One of the most empowering aspects of dirty talk is describing what you’re about to do. You’ll feel like you’re taking charge and that you’re about to treat him to something very pleasurable. You hold the power! You’ll end up feeling like a bit of a Rock Star in the bedroom.

9 Fascinating Sex Fetishes

Whatever gets people off in their private sex lives is their own business…but that doesn’t mean we can’t be a little curious about what goes on behind closed doors. If you’re like us, we’re kind of over the whole Fifty Shades BDSM phenomenon—well, at least until Fifty Shades Darker hits theaters—so we thought it’d be très interesting to dive into the world of hidden fetishes that never hit the the big screen. Having an orgasm just by touching someone’s feet? Saw that on Sex and the City. An 86-pound woman being squashed by big, beautiful women (BBW) on camera for porn? New to us!

Here, nine fetishes you should know, either because they’re good for brunch banter or because you might come face-to-face with them on your next Tinder date.


Or to common folk, sexual arousal through tickling. You probably find that armpit or belly tingling sensation to be flirty—but people with this fetish tend to focus their entire sexual play around tickling. They might incorporate toys such as feathers during sex or request a partner bind their hands and feet as they’re being tickled. They could simply get off just by watching someone being tickled, too. Please lower your eyebrow—this is real.


If you hate bugs, do yourself a favor: Close your browser and never EVER Google “formicophilia.” For those of you still with us, this is a fetish involving insects crawling on your skin—specific body parts or basically bathing in bugs—because of an adoration for little critters or a love of feeling bug bites or stings. (This is just a personal thing, but I’m now suspicious of anyone who owns an ant farm.)


You know how Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall then tumbled onto his egg ass? In a similar train of thought, climacophiliacs are aroused by falling down stairs. Dangerous, duh. But extra points for creativity.

Balloon Fetish

You may never be able to feel comfortable going to a child’s birthday party again, but some people find pleasure in the act of blowing up and popping balloons. Others find simply a person being naked around balloons to be erotic. Anything else you could ever want to know about it can be found on this blog.


You’ll want to swallow whatever you’re eating before you read this: Coprophiliacs are turned on by the smell, taste, and feeling of feces—either from another person or themselves.


This basically redefines falling for the “bad boy.” People considered to be hybristophiliacs are aroused by inmates or people in jail—for reasons ranging from armed robbery to murder. Their desires may lead them to reach out to prisoners they’ve never met before just to establish contact or persuading their current partners to commit crimes.


We’re thinking Twilight and True Blood had *something* to do with the rise of this fetish, which caters to people who like playing with actual blood during sex. Activities include smearing blood over a person’s naked body and biting skin hard enough to cause bleeding.


Cue the waterworks. Probably stemming from deep psychological roots, people filed under this fetish are attracted to sobbing and tears. 😢


The name kind of gives it away. But as a quick lesson, nasolingus concerns licking or sucking on someone’s nose and sometimes consuming the nose’s secretions.

4 Amazing Tantric Sex Positions & Tips

Why You Should Learn Tantric Sex

Ready for your best sex ever? Then check out these easy Tantra positions and exercises to learn how to activate amazingly powerful mind-body connections with your partner.

Learn About the Tantra

Believed to date back 5,000 years, Tantric sex is an ancient Eastern spiritual practice. Like yoga or Zen, it is practiced for the purpose of enlightenment — and the philosophy transcends the bedroom into all aspects of life. In the Tantric view, sex and orgasm equal spiritual awareness at its peak. When Shiva, male energy, and Shakti, female energy, come into a sexual union, it is believed to be the highest point of enlightenment.

 We all hold the key to Tantric sex: breath. If you can keep your body relaxed and your mind clear of the mundane, your “inner goddess” can be fully present. Using your breath, you can spread orgasmic energy from your genitals through your entire body. This allover tingling can lead to a deeper, more intimate connection with your partner.

Despite all the talk of too-good-for-words orgasm, the big “O” is not the goal of Tantra. Instead, it’s just being in the moment and riding a wave of sensation and arousal (yours and your partner’s). If you focus on getting to one big bang at the end, you may miss out on tons of other “orgasmic joys” happening in your bodies along the way. Tantric instructors promise that in addition to fuller orgasms, women experience orgasm more quickly since they learn to become more relaxed and sensitized. Try these easy exercises, advises Dawn Cartwright, a SkyDancing Tantra instructor in Los Angeles, to get you started.

4 Amazing Tantric Sex Positions & Tips:

1. Create a sacred space for lovemaking

Transform your bedroom. Awaken your senses with flowers, aromatherapy oils, scented candles, fresh fruits, and chocolates. Include sensual fabrics like silk — whether it’s your sheets or your lingerie.

2. Shake your body alive

Put on your favorite music and stand with your legs hip-width apart, relaxing your body and breathing through your mouth so that your breath travels down to your belly button. Shake your whole body — your legs, head, butt — for one minute. Lie down, and invite your partner to come into the bedroom. “You’ve opened up all these places where there’s tension and increased the sensitivity, allowing pleasure in,” says Cartwright. “If you make love after doing that, it’s more likely that you’ll have a whole-body orgasm.”

3. Breathe and rock

Sit on the bed or floor, facing your partner (you’re on his lap). Start by closing your eyes, and use your imagination to watch your breath move in and out of your body. Start to allow your breath to go three inches below your belly button. Begin rocking like you’re in a rocking chair, moving your chest forward as you inhale and rocking back as you exhale. Then, as you inhale and rock forward, tighten your PC muscles; relax them as you exhale and rock back. “You may start to feel sexual sensations,” says Cartwright. Stare into each other’s eyes (“soul gazing”) and breathe, rock and pulsate together. “The amazing connection that you’ll feel will blow your mind,” says Cartwright. “Your energy fields get together, so you’re both in the same state and are much more sensitive to each other. It’s very electric.”

4. Share a Tantric kiss

Continue to sit on his lap and rock together — you inhaling while he’s exhaling and vice versa. As he breathes out, you’ll discover yourself breathing his breath into your body and down to your sex organs. As you exhale, be conscious that you’re sharing all of yourself with your partner. Then kiss and share the breath. “Intercourse is not even necessary because you’re so merged,” says Cartwright. “Tantra is about diving deeply into desire and pleasure. If you feel good and ecstatic, then you’re on the right track.”

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