Heat up the Bedroom this Winter with Some Temperature Play
So we all want things to get hotter in the bedroom this winter? Temperature play can be a perfect sex game to play, with light touch and big sensations being the pay off.
What is Temperature Play?
Temperature play is a type of sensation play that uses hot and cold objects or substances on the body for sensual exploration. In this blog i am going t0 talk you through a couple of examples
Frozen in the bedroom
The scene from Do the Right Thing might seem a bit dated now, but it definitely set the imaginations on fire when it came to cooling off in the heat when we want to do ‘the nasty.’ Holding the ice cube with your fingers, you can trace the ice along all parts of the body, following with a lightly blown air to make their skin tingle. Focus on their neck, wrists, backs of the knees, and really anywhere that gets a rise out of them. Use your mouth to hold the ice as your explore the most sensitive parts of your partner’s body.
Candle lit room
Our collective imaginations were similarly sparked by the music video for Ricky Martin’s Living La Vida Loca wherein his wild paramour dripped hot wax on his chest. However, using candle wax for sexual play isn’t as easy as grabbing a candle from your mantelpiece. Different types of candles have different burning points and some can cause serious injury. There are candles specifically designed for sensual play, including massage oil candles (made from soy wax) that melt into a luxurious oil. It’s recommended that you let liquid wax pool, blow out the candle, then pour. Keep in mind that the higher you hold the candle above your partner’s body, the cooler it will be when it hits your partner’s body. You can tease them with hot drips and then transition into a sensual massage.
Get things wet
Whatever you pick as your weapon of pleasure, you might be a bit concerned about the potential for mess. You can always put older sheets on the bed, but temperature play is perfectly suited for love in the tub. Not only is clean up much easier when you have sex in the shower/bath, you can use the water to change the temperature surrounding your body as well as for play itself.
Toy with this Idea…
You can also use the toys you already have at home to play with temperature and sensation. Silicone naturally warms quickly and you can use warm or cool water to change the temperature of your toys before bringing them into play. If you have toys made from a metal (if not buy some!) you can heighten the experience of cold and hot against your lover’s skin. Be sure, however, not to submerge your toys in boiling water, or to place them in the freezer as this is not only unsafe, it could ruin the motor of any vibrating product.