I told a guy that and he said i needed his d*** in my mouth so i wouldn't stop talking so much... he literally said suck my d**, i never even had sex with him just making out. isn't that disrespectful thing to say? i thought he liked me?
Most Helpful Guy
There are things called constructive criticism and destructive criticism. Saying that "you have no rhythm in bed" is destructive criticism and it will only make him feel bad. Instead you should have told him what you want him to do differently or how he can improve.
Like I could tell a girl "you are bad in bed", but that wouldn't fix anything. It would only make her feel bad and insecure. Instead I can tell her "I want you to move more and be more vocal" for example, and that will actually help the situation and she won't have to feel like shit.0
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Most Helpful Girl
I think you were both being rude to one another. You were being rude by mentioning to him that he has no rhythm in bed and he was being rude by telling you that you need to suck his d*ck.0