Done right, foreplay can be just as good as the main event. But whether you're in a long-term relationship or first-time hookup, it tends to get overlooked. Part of the reason?
By using all of your senses — and playing to all of his — you'll not only enhance your own pleasure, you'll have him groveling for more. Learn Cosmo's lessons in how to make him lust for you endlessly. But I finally realized he was just standing there, watching.
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When you talk to your lover, put your hand on his or rub his back for a few minutes. When you're driving, rest your hand on his thigh. When couples touch each other, it's a way of expressing warmth and keeping that 'united' feeling alive. All touching doesn't need to lead to sex, but it is a part of being physically intimate.
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Whether done by yourself or with a partner, sex is one of the greatest pleasures and joys of life. Did you know that of all search terms worldwide, the topic of sex shows up not once but twice in the top ten list of most searched for Google terms? Sex has been feared, desired, spoken about, written about, and creatively depicted endlessly throughout the millennia.
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I am a pleasure-positive writer, educator, and personal coach and am dedicated to researching and teaching the craft of pleasurable living and healthy sexuality. Fascinated by human sexuality and how that connects to our quality of life, I offer a unique perspective on pleasurable living having been raised by an intentional community that offers courses on relationships and communication. First, let me start by saying that sensuality has kind of a bad rap in our culture.
But how often do we hear the nitty-gritty of how we can actually better understand our deepest desires and most embarrassing questions? Bustle has enlisted Vanessa Marin, a sex therapistto help us out with the details. No gender, sexual orientation, or question is off-limits, and all questions remain anonymous.
When you think about having sex, would you say "intimacy" is the first thing that comes to your mind? Do you think of sex as a place to feel truly seen, loved and free to fully express yourself? If you're finding yourself answering "no" to any or most of these questions, you're not alone. For most honest people, the answer to is a resounding "no.