How to Get a Girl to Desperately Want to Sleep With You

This is probably the biggest question that every man has – to get a girl to sleep with him! After all, this is what ‘seduction’ is all about – getting her into the bedroom. While many men seem to struggle in this area, master seducers have known the secrets to making any woman want to sleep with them. Read on to discover the secret techniques that they use and achieve mind blowing results fast…

How To Get A Girl To Desperately Want To Sleep With You – Three Essential Steps

Step 1. Build Attraction. This might be just a little tad obvious, but it is surprising how many men miss this completely. In order to make a girl want to sleep with you, you must first make her feel attracted to you in the first place.

The biggest mistake that a man can make is to make her feel COMFORTABLE with (instead of ATTRACTED to) them. If they are comfortable without any attraction, they will relegate you into the ‘friend‘ zone – not pleasant!

Step 2. Build “Dissonance”. This is where my method departs from the others you may get from other ‘dating gurus’ – once you have built attraction, then you will need to make her feel ‘confused’. You must make her feel frustrated – which is then translated into sexual desire and energy. This is why ‘make up sex’ often is great – because all the anger is channeled into the sex!

How do you build ‘dissonance‘ then? Easy. Tease her and be slightly challenging. Be aware that you do not need to come across as cocky – just show that you have your own opinions, and you do not need to suck up to her at all.

Step 3. Fractionation. This is the final step where you bring her through an emotional rollercoaster, so that she experiences both sad and happy states. In the process she will be made emotionally dependent on you. This is done through associating her happy states to you – thus making her ‘addicted’ to you emotionally.

Once you have done the three steps, it is trivial to get her to sleep with you – in fact she  will often drag you to bed!

Girls’ Tennis Clothing Comes Of Age

A Girl’s Tennis Clothing Is Fashioned By Her Mother’s Desires

The styles and scope of girls’ tennis clothing has recently blossomed to match the rapid growth of fashionable women’s tennis clothing, and seems to gain momentum year on year.

There’s a twin conflicting desire for women to both model their tennis outfits on the most successful and stylish players in the game, and yet at the same time look different, exclusive and unique.

There’s yet another desire to wear state-of-the-art apparel that maximizes protection and cooling on court, to gain a competitive advantage as the tennis match ‘heats up’. Most women’s tennis apparel now contains technology to protect against the sun’s rays, to ward off odor-causing bacteria growth, to cool the skin by efficiently channeling away moisture, and even to cushion and support muscles for optimum performance.

Naturally, mothers want their fledgling tennis stars to benefit from all these tennis clothing attributes, in style and textile technology. Tennis clothes manufacturers have catered to this demand with dresses. skirts, skorts, tops and shoes for girls that sport many or all of the features of their adult counterpart.

This is good business sense on the part of tennis apparel manufacturers like Adidas, Nike, Fila, Prince, Babolat etc. Once a young lady gets to liking a particular tennis brand, she’ll likely stay loyal throughout her tennis years.

The Tennis Apparel Dark Ages

Way back in the early 1970s, at about the time that Chris Evert was emerging as a world class tennis player, a woman called Marilyn Kosten was getting very frustrated at the lack of pretty tennis clothing available to buy for her two daughters, who were about to compete in junior tennis competitions. She channeled that frustration into forming her own tennis apparel business, designing the girls’ clothing herself.

Her business really took off in 1977, when a young rising star called Tracy Austin wore one of Marilyn’s dresses during her passage to victory at the US Open. Tracy also wore the dress at Wimbledon, and so introduced this innovative and stylish girl’s tennis clothing to a much wider audience.

Three and a half decades later, tennis apparel has changed out of all recognition. Fashion is even more to the fore, vying with sports clothing fabric technology to yield a fusion of style and function that shapes every new garment. 100% cotton is now a rarity, with subtle combinations of man-made fibres best able to offer the comfort and mobility demanded by today’s athletes.

Mary Kosten’s ‘Little Miss tennis’ business is still flourishing, and now caters to young boy’s tennis clothing needs as well, with the LMT range. Now, all the major tennis gear manufacturers have girl’s, boy’s or unisex kids tennis apparel lines alongside their adult clothing, so lack of choice is no longer an issue.

Girl’s And Women’s Tennis Fashion Merge

Women who look to the high-fashion, cutting-edge tennis apparel worn by the leading players for inspiration, can now encourage their daughters to do the same. For example, the identical Adidas adilibria tennis dress recently co-designed and worn by Ana Ivanovic was available in girls’ sizes with all the ‘Climacool’ technology and comfort meshing of the adult dress. Other familiar Adidas tennis lines like ‘Barricade’, ‘Edge’ and ‘Competition’ also have their girl-sized counterparts, so mother and daughter can wear complementary apparel at the tennis club.

Nike, as you might expect, have their own girls tennis clothing lines such as ‘Athlete’, that mirror the apparel worn by the women. Like Adidas, there’s plenty of variety in dresses, skirts, skorts, shirts, tennis shoes and accessories, with comfort features like Dri-FIT, to give the same cooling and moisture management as the adult version.

Fila, with two of the game’s big hitters, Kim Clijsters and Svetlana Kuznetsova on their books, is hot on the heels of the two largest tennis apparel manufacturers, Adidas and Nike, with it’s own girls’ selection. They produce junior varieties of familiar women’s tennis favorites like the ‘Essenza’ tennis dress. These dresses are made with sun protective material, to reduce UV damage to young ladies’ skins. This can be an important consideration in warmer climes where tennis is an outdoor activity.

Tennis Apparel For Those Rebellious Years

There will come a time when your young lady would rather wear distinctive (tennis) clothing than try to copy her mother as she moves into adulthood. There’s a tennis apparel manufacturer keen to cater to these more rebellious instincts – DUC. They’re happy that their clothing isn’t designed for people too far into their 20s or beyond. They draw a little from the history of women’s tennis dress with subtle pleating, but make it asymmetrical to keep abreast of the times.

Much of the clothing is labeled with assertive, slightly racy tags like ‘Dominate’ (dress), ‘Compete’ (skirt), ‘Rush’ (racer-back top) and 2-Timer (reversible top), and accentuates feminine contours. The 2-Timer top actually refers to it’s reversible two-tops-in-one feature, which when combined with the large choice of colors and reversible skirt, creates a wide range of styles – great for emphasizing your unique style. Reversing your apparel and changing your look during a match might also have beneficial unsettling effects on your opponent. Though cutting edge in design, DUC tennis clothing lacks none of the comfort features prerequisite in modern tennis clothing.

So, from youngster to young women, varied, vibrant, in vogue girl’s tennis clothing is in plentiful supply. Thanks to determined women like Marilyn Kosten, the ‘dark ages’ are over, and girls can revel in the choice of cutting-edge tennis apparel that was until recently the sole preserve of their parents.

Everyday Leadership: A Girl Scout in a Flag Ceremony Demonstrates Leadership

I used to think that being a leader meant being the head of an organization or a group. The experience of working as a Girl Scout leader for 10 years changed that thinking. I learned that leadership for me was more about finding ways of empowering others and creating an environment for them to be more of who they are.

One year, in the spring a mother of one of the girls from my troop was organizing a court of awards ceremony at a large community event. Our troop was to provide Girl Scouts and flags from our troop for the ceremony. One of the Junior Girl Scouts named Mariam came to me and said she would like to be in the ceremony. She would like to carry a flag. When I mentioned this to the mother who was organizing the ceremony, her reaction was no because Mariam was too loud and boisterous and would never settle down for this serious ceremony. The mother said that Mariam would embarrass our troop.

I disagreed with her. She was right about Mariam’s energy. Mariam had a big personality and she liked to push this limits. She all of this power within her and was learning to channel it into creativity. She was a very talented artist and was full of life. For five years I had watched her grow into her personal power. I believed that if she said she wanted to do it, that she would be able to focus on the job. I knew my job was to support her in becoming more of who she was as a powerful young woman. It was not to create a perfect ceremony. I stood up for Mariam, talked to the mother about giving each of the girls a chance to develop leadership skills and this was an opportunity for Mariam to stretch herself into a new situation. The mother reluctantly agreed.

I talked with Mariam. I let her know that I believed in her and I that I stood up for her. I let her know that it was up to her to show us what she could do. This was her opportunity to be a leader.

On the day of the ceremony Mariam was excited and nervous. I gave her a hug, told her I believed in her and to enjoy the experience. I was so proud of Mariam as I watched her stand up straight and proudly carrying the flag. There was a moment when Mariam’s friend Katie, carrying a flag in the ceremony and walking next to Mariam began to giggle. No one ever imagined that Katie would be the one to disrupt the seriousness of the ceremony. Mariam did not react. She stayed focused on honoring the flag, the ceremony and herself. She led the way and demonstrated a new leadership.