Now that I have your attention.
Seriously, that was pretty much the leading line for any student advertisement at SUNY-Binghamton. Whether they were advertising early registration or a new movie.
The NYT ran an article about sex at any age. I can tell you in a short sentence how this happens.
Don't argue with the one with whom you wish to make love. No matter what you see on television, arguments rarely lead to the kind of arousal that then leads to intercourse.
Peace leads to love. Arguments to self-love, the partnerless type. Making love is not about being right. It's about the harmonious blending of opposities
So all of you whom complain of your love life--revamp your idea of what constitutes foreplay. Do do foreplay.
So don't ridicule the ideas of another. Don't mock their sense of direction. Don't tell them their ideas on religion are wrong.
Be positive: that's so interesting. Tell me more. Praise them. Tell them they are interesting.
These are the same set of skills by which people make friends. Pay attention to their face. You don't learn how to be good at reading people if you don't look at their facial expression. Pay attention to what your body is telling you. You learn how to be good at reading body language unless you pay attention to your own body.
Offer concrete help. The guy who drives everyone home, to their door. The guy who helps carry the books. The guy who listens. Listening period. Help another with their homework, if you are capable. Help the other with their housework chores, if you are able. A potential suitor (it didn't work out for other reasons) one said, his mother advised him that the 3 little words no girl can resist were, "I do dishes."
See how positive this was. Even if I do use don'ts. Given a choice, do over don't. If unsure, ask.
Give it a try. If you want to get another in bed, you have to pretend you like and admire them.