Girlfriend Activation System Tricks – The Weird Hand Trick That Makes Women Obsess Over You

Today’s post is a brief explanation of a simple, yet highly effective hand placement trick for turning a woman on and making her obsess over you.  I wish I could take credit for it, but I first learned about it inside the Girlfriend System.

Beautiful Woman Putting Her Feet Up In BedI highly recommend checking out the Girlfriend Activation System course if you want to step up your badassery when it comes to women.  Christian and his team put out really good stuff.  I also have to give a shout out to because I never would have heard about the GFAS program without their awesome review.

Right now I want to talk about using your hands.  And more specifically, using your hands to get “sexual” with a woman within just a few minutes of meeting her.

The truth is, you don’t really need to say anything to a woman if you know the right way to touch her.  And, no, I’m not talking about groping her or anything like that…you creep!

If you’re uncomfortable or awkward with women, you might find this technique a little “weird”, but it’s definitely not creepy.  But it will definitely blast you right out of the “friend zone” and have a woman thinking about you sexually in no time flat.

So here’s what you do…

Take the back of your hand…

Brush it against the back of her shoulder as you’re talking…

And then out of nowhere…

Lean back.

Too simple?  It might seem that way, but don’t underestimate the power this has for making a girl want you.  The key here is that it triggers her primal attraction mechanism.

How so?  Well, think about it like this: one minute you’re brushing her shoulder and she’s feeling your affection and interest.  A split second later, you’re pulling back and she’s worried she’s losing you.  It’s that push-pull that drives women crazy because they can never quite figure you out, and they become obsessed with proving to you they are worthy of your time and attention.

The technique is basically a mind f*ck that makes her think you’re masculine instantly (even if you’re a skinny dork with thick rimmed glasses who barely tips the scales at 100lbs).

And, best of all, as you interact with her, you can keep doing it over and over and over again.  And every time, she’ll start getting more and more visibly aroused and turned on.

The Girlfriend Activation System is full of these little tricks and tips most men simply don’t take advantage of.  They make a huge difference when it comes to getting women obsessed with you and can make or break beating out the competition to get the girl you really want.


How Long Should You Wait Before Having Sex With A New Partner?

We have all asked ourselves at least once – how long should I wait before becoming intimate with a new partner?  If you advance to sex too soon, you risk leaving the wrong impression, turning your partner off, and pushing him or her away. On the other hand, if you wait too long, your partner may lose interest waiting for you to make a move.

Meeting somebody new is always fun and exciting, and when sexual attraction and chemistry gets involved, things get even more exciting.  Sex is a very important part of every relationship, and timing is an integral part of that equation.

How Long Should You Wait Before Having Sex?

Man And Woman Experiencing Sexual AttractionOur brain and heart often send us “contradictory messages”.  Just about everyone, at one time or another, has felt very aroused by a partner.  Sometimes you let your body take over and fall to the temptation.  Other times, the brain kicks in, and you stop yourself because it’s not the right time to “go there” just yet.

Neither decision is right or wrong.  There are advantages and disadvantages to both sides of the sexual coin.  It often comes down to trusting yourself, going with your gut, and weighing the potential consequences and benefits of your decision.

Here are several useful tips you can use to help you figure out when it’s the right time to have sex with a new partner:

1. Always Keep Your Brain Alert

If you have just met somebody and find yourself at the very beginning of your relationship, then it is important to keep your brain alert at all times so you can make clear decisions. Avoid drinking too much alcohol, and try not to put yourself in compromising situations if you don’t yet know the other person and aren’t truly comfortable with them just yet.  At the beginning of a relationship is when you’re most likely to make a sexual decision you regret later.

2. Stay Calm And Think Objectively

Another important tip is to simply analyze your partner and to observe his or her urge to have sex with you. Does your partner send you obvious signals that he or she might get physical? Do they “accidentally” touch you, come close to you, or gaze deeply into your eyes without any apparent reason?  Do they talk dirty over text messages or communicate with you in a flirtatious and sexual way?

Take a deep breath and try to look at things in an objective manner.

If you feel that you cannot think straight at the time, or that you are under a great deal of stress, then try some slow breathing exercises that will activate what is known as the “parasympathetic nervous system”.  This will stimulate the blood flow to your brain and boost your cognitive function.

The best time to have sex with a new partner is when both of you are ready and feel comfortable doing it.  Don’t let your partner’s sexual urges influence your decision if you aren’t ready.  At the same time, don’t try to force yourself upon your partner and respect their decisions if they want to wait.

3. Open Up!

Perhaps the most effective tip (and also the most difficult one to apply) is to openly discuss sexual desires, fantasies, and needs with your partner.  Be honest and upfront.  If you aren’t ready for sex, tell them.  If you desire to take your relationship to the next level, make that known as well.

Ideally, this should be done face to face, as opposed to discussing via text messages, e-mails or social media, as feelings and emotions often get distorted through these platonic environments.  Talking about sex involves very intimate and personal questions, and requires a degree of closeness.  If you feel too ashamed or embarrassed to discuss these things openly with your partner, then you most likely aren’t ready for sex with them and should work on first developing greater intimacy through communication.