For some celebrities, sex isn't a taboo thing that only happens behind closed doors. It's a natural, necessary act that deserves to be talked about openly and honestly. In fact, some of them even have tips for their fans' sex lives.
These stars have some advice for making the most of your time in the bedroom.
For Camila Mendes, it's all about staying connected.
"I want to tell
[guys], 'Don't have sex at me — have sex with me.' I want them to understand
that it's so much better when we're connected," she said in an interview. Sounds like that requires a bit of communication with your partner.
According to Jenna Dewan Tatum, it's more than OK to be a little selfish.
"The lingerie I buy is not for him necessarily. It's for us and for myself," she said about being intimate with her husband, Channing Tatum. "If you feel sexy, then it's good for you."
If you're anything like Jada Pinkett Smith, it's the location that matters.
“Think of places
outside that are comfortable to have sex,” the actress told Redbook. “Does he have access to his office? Have a fantasy date. Be his
secretary! Be sneaky. Your girlfriend’s house at a party. The bathroom! A guest
bedroom! Just switch it up. Anything like that can keep it going. Anything it
takes to keep the flame alive.”
Lady Gaga suggests monogamy for the best pleasure.
“I never actually
enjoyed sex until two years ago,” Gaga once said. “It was a proper
monogamous relationship in which I felt free enough to trust and I had enough
self love … Sex is the ultimate expression of vulnerability and for me it was
important to know that it was a proper relationship so it was sex as a source
of love and nothing else."
Just get right to it like Rihanna wants.
In 2013, the singer held nothing back on Twitter when she wrote, "I could give a phuck about the foreplay … I want it now."
For Ashley Graham, practice makes perfect.
In the past, Graham has been open about trying out different sex positions with her husband before actually sealing the deal.
Eva Longoria suggests masturbating for the best sex of your life.
"I didn't begin enjoying sex until I started masturbating... It's a shame I didn't discover it sooner... Everybody should (masturbate)," she said.
Take notes from Gabrielle Union — she's 100% unapologetic about her sexual needs.
"For sure a lot of women enjoy providing fellatio, but there needs to be cunnilingus. At the same, or not! Directly after, or before. Then ask him to eat your ass," Union once said in an interview."If you're going to be giving out blow jobs, there needs to be some pleasure in return. It's only fair!"
"R-e-l-a-x," says Amber Rose.
"Stop overthinking your blow jobs. Relax," she said. "The biggest hurdle I've heard for most girls is worrying about
looking ugly while going down on a man. Guys aren't thinking about that at all."
Zoe Saldana has a tip or two for tall girls.
"I have to say, for a long time I was a bit lazy, so I didn't like to be on top, but I'm really digging it," she said. "But I've found things that work … because I have really long legs, you just make them sit or lay on a pillow, or two pillows, that way they're like a little elevated, so I won't be so, like, doing a split because my legs are really long."
Khloe Kardashian suggests giving dirty talk a try.
"I believe in dirty talk. Communicating during sex is a MUST, and I actually think it's rude if you're not vocal," she said in a post on her app. "If my guy isn't vocal, I'm not excited. How am I supposed to know if he's enjoying himself???"
Having the right partner is key for Meghan Trainor.
The singer explained that having a partner who truly appreciates your body is most necessary. "I never really felt sexy with guys before. No one expressed how they liked my body out loud in the bedroom until I met Daryl [Sabara]. He is obsessed with it — every inch. ... He’s a champion, so we’re in heaven."