There are some basic things African men want in unison whenever they are in bed. African men sex life is totally different from that of their western counterparts. The fact remains most African men love sex and there is nothing to be done about that and as such there are some basic things they expect which will always make them long for more sex whenever they see these things happen.
1. To See You Make the first Move
They always like it when you make the first move. Even though there is a stereotype that when a woman makes the first move, it makes her cheap. Most African men like it when they are not the one to make the first move, even though they will not say it. The idea that you are eager to have sex with them in itself givesthem another level of joy and satisfaction.
No African Man in his right senses will get to bed with a lady and will want to move straight to action without wanting a bit of foreplay no matter how little. Truth is, they love the slow build before the main screwing. To an African man, the boobs sucking and fondling, kissing, neck pecking Et al are integral part of sex and are they get some pleasure from it too.
One thing African men always want with their whole heart when having sex. Moaning! It is like a form of encouragement to let them know they are doing it right and hitting the right spot. “Ringtone” like what most Nigerian men call it is like a booster and all African men want it, especially if it’s coming in different tones. No African man will look forward to having sex with a lady who will lay down like a log of wood and keep mute like a dummy during sex, asides the fact that it kills their pride, it makes the sex boring.
4. To Hear His Name
Nothing keeps them in the moment like hearing the sound of their own name. This is something African women should learn to use to their own advantage if they want their man to hit them harder and faster. No African man will hear a lady moaning his name during sex and and will want to stop.
And lastly, an important thing that will make them comfortable is their safety both health wise and privacy. No African man wants to have sex and from there meet an early demise or contact a sexual transmitted disease. The problem is most cannot ask for your HIV status or about other STDs. But if per chance they know of high reliability that you are free from any STDs, it puts them in a situation where they will want to go to any length with you for as long as they can.
Same thing with their privacy. No one likes having sex with fear of someone coming in to disrupt.