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Slippery Seduction Tip #1 Insider Tips For Seducing A Woman

Slippery Seduction Tip #1 Insider Tips For Seducing A Woman


Here is one of my very best techniques for seducing your wife, girlfriend or a woman you just met. 

And by “seducing” I don’t mean tricking or manipulating in any way… 

I mean, “moving your woman toward more pleasure.”

I learned this technique called, “Small Offers” from my mentor, Dr. Patti Taylor. 

Think of it as “Slippery Seduction.” The concept is simple. 

Run your lady a menu of small offers, Instead of just making her one big offer for sex. 

If you ask her for sex, she is likely to say “no.” 

She’s not even turned on yet and that offer is too big. You’re choking her with a big, fat, juicy steak before she’s had her appetite aroused. 

But if you run her a menu of smaller options, she’s likely to say “yes” to one of them. 

Your goal is to make the offers small enough and enticing enough that there is a “yes” in that list somewhere. 

More Powerful Seduction Tips Here ⇐ The Raindrop Seduction Method 


This works. Here’s an example: 

  • Would you like to cuddle and get some hugs?
  • Would you rather go in the hot tub with a glass of wine?
  • Or would you like a foot rub on the couch while we watch TV together?

These are examples of great menus to start with —personalize it for your lady’s preferences. 

Then you can escalate from there by running sexier menus.

I have so many simple techniques like this that will increase your intimacy. 

This “Small Offers” is just one of them. 

More Powerful Seduction Tips Here ⇐ The Raindrop Seduction Method 


  1. Susan, I’m a Pastor that specializes in marriage and family for over 30 years. I’ve tried to get hard headed men to be more compassionate and do the same thing you are suggesting. No wonder men are referred to as “JERKS” at home. Good stuff thanks, I’m glad I’m not the only one trying to change things

  2. Yes,thats gd and practicable to go a long way being in a relation.start your relation with small offer.

  3. This is a good thing for (mixed) couples to learn, but it would be nice if you included advice for same-sex couples. Much of it we understand instinctively, but have different issues than heterosexual couples.

    • We are beginning to figure out how to support GLBT, genderqueer, et al. But most of our customers are heterosexual. You are smart to know that human bodies work alike, so our content is applicable. Thanks for understanding.

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