You might often think about what women want in bed but hardly ponder about what they don't want in bed. I am sure you are a man who takes his woman's consent seriously. However, a 'Yes' doesn't always showcase liking for something.

Remember, your lady loves you a lot and wants to keep you happy at all cost. So when you discuss your fetish and kink to her, she agrees. But does she like it? Fetishes have many forms: It can be an obsession with a particular body part like feet, breasts, stomach and more... Or, it can be the urge to indulge in anal sex, or some kind of role-play. I mean, sex gives you all the liberty to be creative, weirdly creative.

So is there a right way to introduce your fetish in a relationship? Of course. Communication, consent and negotiation. The thought of introducing something new in your bedroom and getting your long-cherished fetish fulfilled, excites you. But hold your horses for a while, mister. It is not about you; it is about both of you.

Make sure you create a relaxing environment and present the idea of trying something new. You know your partner and her likes and dislikes in bed. If you sit back and think for a while, you will get an idea about what kind of fetish will be a big no for her. Once discussed, negotiate on the terms. Make your partner comfortable so that they don't hesitate in telling just how far they are willing to go. In case there is a disagreement, make sure not to force your views upon them.

Even upon taking all these steps, your partner may still dislike your fetish. Try to read their body language in bed and if you don't quite feel right, talk about it. Communication is key. Don't feel bad but attempt to work around it instead.

For example, if you have a fetish for sucking toes, mix-it-up with a foot massage. Similarly, while indulging in anal sex, use ample amounts of lubricant and try to be gentle. There is ample room for innovation. You just have to be willing to do it. Her dislike for your fetish doesn't mean the end of your sex life. Know that.