Tips for Couples Having Sex
Tips for Couples Having Sex
Here I provide you with my best tips for couples having sex!
Long-term couples are different than those who are newly together.
So here are my favorite techniques for couples who have been having sex for years.
Tip 1 : Break Routine
Just because you want to change up your sexy time habits doesn’t mean there’s anything wrong with the sex — or the relationship. It just may be time for something different or new.
There are more than 100 sex positions you can try.
Each of you can plan a fantasy for the upcoming month.
Pick a date night, or day once a week, and each of you should set the date time for the other. Don’t forget to communicate and gain consent.
Tip 2: Be Creative!
When it comes to tips for couples having sex, being creative and spontaneous is a MUST!
Do you decorate your home for the holidays, or dress up for sporting events?
Why don’t you take time to dress up the bedroom too?
Have pictures of family in your bedroom? Turn those around.
Have you heard of role play? (include a link to some role play sites?)
If you are anxious about how you might look in certain positions or afraid to be as dirty as you actually want to be, role playing is a great way to give yourself the freedom to be whoever you want to be.
Role playing is all about fantasy. Why not discuss it with your partner?
If you both have talked about it and you’re ready to try it, let me give you a few ideas:
Meet For the First Time
One of the more fun ways to try role playing is to not only get out of your bedroom, but to get out of your house!
Dress differently then you usually do. Come up with a new profession, or a separate identity!
Go through the process of meeting each other for the first time. Flirt, make jokes, and ask about one another’s history.
And if you want, bring it home to have sex!
Professor and Student
More likely than not, you’ve had a crush on a teacher or professor at some point. This is kind of like a power play fantasy, and many couples find this one easy!
The role playing fantasy involving a stripper might really turn you on.
Even if your leading partner isn’t quite the dancer, it doesn’t matter. It is about trying something new.
Person in Uniform or Costume
It might seem a little silly, but this kind of role playing is a classic.
Why? It is simple, it gets things moving and hey, it probably means having sex somewhere different in your home!
I don’t think this image should go with the uniform tip – maybe tip #1? A classy stripper image might be nice for that tip.
Tip 3: Don’t Rush Experiences
This tip for couples having sex can be the most important! Don’t rush experience!
In many relationships, one partner has more sexual experience than the other and that can intimidate the other partner! It’s totally normal.
You don’t need to know the Kama Sutra or be an expert in oral. No one is born knowing everything about sex, and anything can be learned. It’s a game!
The important thing is that you know how to say “no” when a situation overcomes you and you begin to feel uncomfortable.
If something may be common for your partner, but not for you, do not force yourself to do it, if you don’t want to!
Talk about it instead. Fantasize about it first and see if it works for you before trying it in person.
Tip 4: Focus on How Your Partner Makes You Feel
Don’t worry about how your partner perceives you or your performance. Thinking about yourself and what parts may or may not please your partner puts your partner out of focus.
If you’re so nervous about yourself, how are you going to be attentive to their gestures and needs?
When approaching sex, think about how much you like them and what part of them arouse you.
Focus on things like their hair, their lips, the neck. Build sensuality instead of sexuality.
Tip 5: Ask For What You Really Want
A common mistake is to wait for your partner to do something without ever telling him/her/them what you desire.
Your partner is not a mindreader! No matter how much time you have spent together, or how well you think you know each other. If you really want something, express it verbally!
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