5 Tips for Sexcess!
So you want to get it on huh? Is your play space a sexy sanctuary or a cluttered cave? Free the room up from all of the things that distract you from getting it on. Get rid of that unfolded laundry in the corner. Move those dog-eared magazines and books. Close your laptop. Turn off the TV. Turn your cell phone off, and off does not mean vibrate. Once you’ve set the scene, we have 5 bedroom essentials that you should always keep near, because nothing is worse than doing a naked scavenger hunt around the house for a needed item! Especially if you have room mates, haha.
It is a super essential. Have you ever heard the saying “wetter is better?” Everyone can use lube anytime they have sex. It helps you ease in and makes both parties more comfortable. It’s also great to keep handy because if you’re going hard, a woman’s natural lubrication
cannot keep up with marathon sessions, so lube it up. Water-based lubricants are latex condom friendly but avoid using oil based ones because they will break down the integrity of latex. If your water based lubricant is starting to dry out, just add a little saliva to it and it should reactivate its slippery goodness. Silicone based lubricant is fairly new and has the ability to last longer than water based lube and it is latex friendly as well! It’s also great for anal play.
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So you’re about to have sex, its go time, you’re ready, you’re partner is ready, and you can’t find a condom. Insert buzz kill. Keep them handy in a side table, drawer, or brazenly in a bowl next to your bed. Because when the time comes, you want to be ready. And also, unless you are in a fluid bonded relationship, I would highly recommend using a condom every time you engage in sexual activity. The peace of mind from reducing your risk to STI’s and pregnancy is enough to warrant the minor drawbacks that some say condoms bring. Don’t let a thin thin thin piece of latex be the reason that stops you from protecting yourself because “it doesn’t feel as good.” You’re getting sex right? Be happy about that! For an added sensation, add drop of lube into the tip of the condom before you put it on. Maybe ask your partner to put it on with their mouth. How erotic is that?we have a great stock of condoms
This may sound silly, because you’re probably thinking that you’ve got towels in the bathroom, but again, this is about not having to break the scene and doing the naked scavenger hunt. Sex can be messy from sweat and other fluids. Don’t go for that wrinkly old shirt next to your bed! I do NOT want to be wiped off with your stale workout shirt. This also is a perfect avenue to show your tender side in doing a little aftercare for your partner.
Not trying to sound redundant because I had previously mentioned towels, but there is only so much clean up a dry towel can give. Some bodily fluids, lubes, and other substances can only be cleaned up with the combined wetness and towel like qualities of a moist wipe. Nothing is worse than having some crusty residue left on your skin. Don’t go to bed sticky because no one wants to wake up with an unintentional superman cape. I’d recommend using the unscented variety.
You wouldn’t go workout without some form of hydration right? Sex is a workout too, so treat it like one! During bouts of passion, you are burning tons of calories and losing much of your water through sweat. Help replenish your dehydrated cells by drinking water before, during, and after your sexual activities. This is especially important if you are looking for extended hours of play because if you are dehydrated you will tire more easily. Besides keeping you hydrated, it’s a great thing to have near just to swish around the mouth to rid you of any errant tastes you may have in there.
Hope you’ve found a new appreciation for keeping these everyday items near, and as always, everything is OK here