Women of all ages need to feel an emotional connection before a physical one can even come into play. Taking time to nurture feelings in a woman is how you make her want to allow physical touching. Be respectful, playful and honest with her and she will want your attention.
Boys like to finger us because they like to explore our bodies and learn what goes where in a sense. Go with it, though because the right guy can get you off very powerfully with just his fingers. At 26 I still love it when a man plays with me down there. Just tell him what you want him to do there, where to rub etc and you will be in heaven!
why not? it makes them feel closer to you. its a way to say they love you.
i love holding hands but my boyfriend never holds my hand. : ( consider yourself lucky.
mine either! i hate it
my always holds my hand i think it makes guys feel closer to you and it also reminds you that they love you.to the girls who's boyfriends don't hold there hands I'm just letting you know that you are missing alot.
no,boys wants to touch them actually yes, every girl wants to be loved. (but respected, no innapropriate touching)
They usually like to touch you because they are so in love with you. They probably can't help their selves to how beautiful you are.
Because it is warm and usually turns the guy on pretty fast.
They want to feel in control
some do some don't
they have cooties.
cause they want to touch the girls
it is more girls that buy i pod touch then boys
Same way as with girls. Talk with him, casually touch his arm, be friendly
It's fun/stimulating for both guys and girls.
that is a very tricky question
their hair, boys love when you play with their hair. Also, there arms. Grab their arms.
Yes because girls have softer touch and aren't as tough
as many as you want :) most play 7man touch, rough touch in the usa and soft touch in canada. Canada has over 1000 teams playing organized 7man touch football. Flag Football Magazine www.FlagMag.com (603)-437-0108 Flag Football Nationals Jan 17/18th-2009-LasVegas,NV http://www.flagmag.com/2008/09Nationals.asp