Where Can I Read Dirty Talk – The Top Sources Revealed!

Talking dirty is a great way to enhance your relationship and take it to a whole new level. You can discover things about your partner that you never knew and vice versa. Talking dirty to each other really brings you closer together, both emotionally and physically. However talking dirty can be a difficult concept for many people. A lot of people are simply brought up to think that talking dirty is well, dirty. And that sex is taboo. This can cause problems in adulthood that lead to a difficulty in talking dirty to your partner.

Reading dirty talk can really inspire you in terms of what to say and how to say it. By reading what someone else has written you suddenly have all these new ideas in your head. These new ideas eventually lead to your own dirty talk coming out naturally. So where can I read dirty talk, you ask? Here are a few ideas:


This is where most people read dirty talk. Just searching Google for “sex stories” or similar will yield millions of results. It’s easy to spend all day online just reading other people’s stories but remember you only reap the benefits if you apply the ideas to your own life! You can find stories from first timers, about sex with strangers, at bars, in bathrooms, at movies and all sorts of scenarios. This can really get your imagination (and blood) flowing!


Many magazines are dedicated to sex stories. You will also usually get pictures too which can enhance the mood. It’s a great idea to read these magazines together as you can both get in the mood.


Sexual books really hold the greatest dirty talk lines. These books, some old and some new, will give you so many ideas that you wont know where to start. Some popular sex story books include Heat Wave: Sizzling Sex Stories by Alison Tyler, 30 Erotic Tales Written Just for Her by Thomas Roche and Naughty Stories from A to Z by Alison Tyler.


Whilst this isn’t exactly reading, listening to dirty talk in sexual movies can really help as you get to hear the tone of the voice and see the accompanying actions. Whilst real life is rather different from the movies, use these scenes a base but don’t try to mimic them. It is wise for you and your partner to watch the movies together.

Source by Rufus Steele

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