Just in case the Miss Wingman faithful ever get tired of hearing advice from yours truly, now you have an outlet (sound of applause). Introducing “Five Questions With…,” where a notable female sounds off on a variety of topics. First up? I caught up with Bridget Marquardt of “The Girls Next Door” fame. This buxom blonde model, reality star and former Hef main squeeze knows a thing or two when it comes to making men happy.

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From the pin up girl-like appeal that’s provided her with no shortage of male attention, to her recent partnership with Durex, Bridget knows what she likes between the sheets and she isn’t afraid to share it. So, it’s only fair that I pass along her wisdom for the betterment of male libidos everywhere. Enjoy.

When it comes to sex, what would you tell men to make sure NOT to do? “I’d say don’t cross boundaries. It’s okay to experiment to help find those boundaries, just try to explore without crossing them if you can.”

What’s the biggest mistake guys make in the bedroom? “I think the biggest mistake guys make is probably just being too aggressive.”

What’s your biggest turn off? “Ugh, my biggest turn off is body odor and uncleanliness. Being very clean is important obviously, but in the bedroom it’s a must. Girls are easily turned off by bad hygiene, so guys should make being clean their number one priority.” *Miss Wingman note: Amen, sista.

What kind of music do you like to listen to when you’re about to do the deed? “I like just something that makes you feel sexy, just that…puts you in the right mood. It’s different for everybody, and for me it depends on the mood. Sometimes it’s a slow jam with like a glass of wine or something, other times it’s rock and roll. It changes.”

So what’s the verdict: in your opinion, does size matter? “Unfortunately, guys, yes. Size matters a little bit. If it’s too big, then it’s a problem. The same is true if you’re too small, though. But most people don’t fall into those categories anyway. I’d say 95% of guys are good.”

(Insert collective sigh of 95% of the male population). That’s it, boys, you heard it from the mouth of a babe. Want more Bridget? Check out her website, and don’t forget to keep it here for the next installation of “Five Questions.” As always, I take requests: THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID

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