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Using Body Language To Create Sexual Attraction.

Updated on April 21, 2010

 Most men have terrible body language when they around a woman. If you spot a guy talking to a really pretty women, you can almost always see a surge of nerves. And guess what?

Women see that too. And it usually end up being a turn off.

Your body language has to project those alpha male qualities that women cannot resist. Putting your hand in your pockets, shuffling your feet, and being afraid to make eye contact are all clues as to your nervousness around women. You want to be able to get over this.

Now, this does usually take some time to learn.

To really get a thorough understanding of how to use body language, you will have to devote a decent amount of time. Here are a few quick tips that you can use.

 1. Walk with a comfortable stride. If you are walking alongside a woman, or you are approaching one, you want to make sure that you are taking your time and walking as you would in any other situation. If you do normally walk really fast, slow it down a little. Don't look rushed, look comfortable.

2. Make eye contact, but don't stare. One of the things that generates attraction really quick, is when you can have that moment when you and her eyes lock. It's powerful. You will feel it and she will too. Just make sure that you don't get caught in a stare.
3. Own the room. What do I mean by this? Wherever you are, act as if you “own” the place. This is not to say you should become cocky about it. You should be comfortable and project that feeling in whatever environment that you are in. She
will feel more comfortable and “protected” as well. This generates attraction on an instinctual level.

 4. Avoid your pockets. One of the surest tell tale signs of nervousness is when you put your hands in your pockets. Keep them out and comfortable at your side and use your hands to get closer to her. Any chance that you can get, go for a little touch. Not a grope, but a touch. If you are telling her something and you use your hand to graze her arm to get her attention, that is good. This just elevates the physical aspect, but it does it very subtly.
Your body language is an effective way to create attraction with a woman. It's also a sure way to turn off women, if you use it in the wrong way!


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      7 years ago

      great tips for us with aspergers too!! cheers fella!!!

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      8 years ago

      Nice tips

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      Jorge Vamos 

      8 years ago

      I agree with the "own the place" thing. I usually like talking to girls in familiar territory because then you can use your social ties with the people around you as kind of proof of your friendliness, so she subconsciously makes the connection that if you're on good terms with all these other people, you're probably not a psycho or something.

      Also, if you know your way around somewhere, it makes it easier to "play the leader," so to speak.

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      8 years ago from carthage ill

      beautiful hub work read thanks much


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