Guys, let’s talk foreplay. We’ve recently realized that there are two different kinds pre-sex prep. There’s foreplay — the standard kissing and licking and touching that you know and do so well — that prepares our bodies for sex. And then there’s the foreplay BEFORE the foreplay — the intense eye contact you make for no reason, the nice text you send out of the blue, the way you take our earrings off when we’re changing out of our work clothes — that prepares our minds for the act. We know this might seem like a hell of a lot of foreplay, but if the goal is mind-blowing sex, it’s worth it to do the little things that get our brains hot and bothered. Trust us. Below, some things you might have had no idea women consider foreplay (try them tonight and thank us later). Keep reading »
We assume. We assume all the time. We assume and don’t even realize we’re assuming. But we all know what happens when we assume. There’s no better example of that happening than assuming when it comes to sex. Men assume. We assume there are requirements to sex. We assume there are procedures. We assume there are universal truths to the way your bodies work and to the way all women want to fuck. We assume. Here are a few things that we assume and we need to STOP ASSUMING BECAUSE WE’RE WRONG, WRONG, WRONG! Read more on College Candy…
Most women want more foreplay before we can enjoy the pleasures of intercourse. Foreplay is essential to build arousal before penetration of any kind, and most of us can’t get enough. Here are five ideas to get more foreplay every time you make love:
1. Foreplay all day. Foreplay can start long before you hit the sheets. Let your erotic tension build all day by allowing yourself to think about sex. Allow your thoughts to wander and daydream vividly about what you want to experience when you get together with your lover. The more detail you bring to your fantasies, the better. Your mind will start to get your body on board and you may find yourself more aroused when you finally see your lover. Read more on Your Tango…
“Slow down. Slow down. How about a little foreplay? There’s a bipartisan conversation going on in the Senate. There’s a bipartisan conversation going in the House. Let these things work their way along. It is too early to talk about legislation going on in one house or the other.”
– This was Speaker John Boehner’s cringeworthy response yesterday to a question about immigration reform. Okay, can we just all say “ewww!” Yo Boehner, if the phonetic pronunciation of your last name is already a dirty joke in the making, best not bust out the sex metaphors! [Huffington Post]
Want to increase the probability that you’re going to have at least one, and maybe multiple, orgasms the next time you have sex?
“It’s the foreplay, stupid.”
Okay, well I know that we women aren’t stupid and our partners aren’t either, but sometimes the obvious answer is staring us right in the face. So to speak. Read more … Keep reading »
Our friends over at AskMen say, contrary to popular belief, women don’t always want foreplay.
We know that every advice column has attempted to drill into men’s heads that the No. 1 thing women want in bed is foreplay, foreplay, foreplay. But AskMen is going to contradict those teachings. Believe it or not, there are occasions when a woman doesn’t need the big build-up and wants to get straight to the main event. These are the times when the requisite foreplay can be skipped because she’s ready to get down to business immediately.
Find out if you agree. Read more … Keep reading »
Guys love sex. It’s hardwired into our brains. I’m not saying that women don’t love sex, by the way–everybody loves sex. It’s sex. It’s awesome. It seems like a biological miracle sometimes.
Of course, that doesn’t mean that everybody loves everything about sex. Here’s a look at four things that men don’t actually love about time spent between the sheets.
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Oral sex, we all love to receive it. But some peeps have a harder time giving:
I have what I feel is an embarrassing situation. I am in a long term, steady relationship with my boyfriend, and, in general, things are great. There is only one little problem in our sex life … he goes down on me, he loves it, I love it, and life is great, but I cannot seem to do the same for him. I am so embarrassed and I don’t know what to do! I gag or feel nauseous every time I try. He says it’s not a big deal, but I know it’s something he wants and something I want to be able to give him. Is there any way for me to get over what seems like a weird, childish type of response? If not, will he hold it against me, or do you think he means it when he says it’s not a big deal?
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Yesterday, I was having a bit of a Beyonce moment. For about two hours I watched nearly every video she has on her YouTube channel. And while I enjoyed my trip down Beyonce Memory Lane, especially the dance sequence at the end of “Get Me Bodied,” I couldn’t help but wonder what her foreplay with Jay-Z must be like. You’re probably thinking: “How did we get from Beyonce’s videos to her having sex with her husband?” Hold on, there’s a connection. Keep reading »
I have a confession to make. Before I was married, I used to hate foreplay. I found myself rushing through the preliminaries, anxiously pushing towards the main event. I mean really, who has time for ear nibbles and a kiss on the back of the thigh? I had foolishly assumed that I was more thoroughly evolved, less needy, and more perfectly suited to a heterosexual relationship in terms of my needs and libido. A typical session involved me smiling in tolerance while I submitted to a thorough toe sucking, and then asking for what I had wanted all along. Way back when, I actually endured foreplay. After five years of marriage, I sit here and wonder…what changed? Keep reading »