Dirty talk is a liberating experience for women to break down this mindset and become comfortable in their sexuality and desires.It’s where people invite their fantasies and where that straight-laced version of a person will enjoy being tied up, being called certain kinds of names, and using dirty words for genital parts when otherwise they wouldn’t think of such behavior, says Walfish.
Masini says, the power of dirty talk can allow someone to get "out of their own head" and into the mood.
The “good girl” complex, similar to the Madonna-Whore complex, is just one facet of what men want.
As forced as it sounds when you read it, many of us love hearing dirty talk in the bedroom.
We lose ourselves in the heat of passion and take on a persona that turns us on in the most naughty, unconventional ways. What is it about erotic communication that increases our sexual arousal?
Sex always seems to be the line that the “good girl” crosses where they just have to screw someone in order to be considered a “bad girl.” Pop culture has perpetuated this complex from songs like Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” where he “knows” she wants it because she’s an animal and it’s in her nature, to Usher’s “Yeah!
” where Ludacris acknowledges “we” (the men) want a lady in the street and freak in the bed.
This erotic dialogue, therefore, serves to unleash the interest in new sexual acts that might not usually be of interest."Individuals can become comfortable and familiar with using phrases and language and descriptions that express their needs and wants," Dr.
Fran Walfish, Beverly Hills psychotherapist, author of found the more comfortable we are talking about sex, the more satisfactory our sex lives will become.
According to the researchers, even the slightest anxiety about communication affected whether partners were communicating or not. Those who did communicate during sex were more likely to experience sexual satisfaction.