Sex. Some love it. Others love it more. Whether you like this position or the other, you deserve to get what you came for! 2021 is the year of females being bosses, creators, and even cowgirls ;) Keep reading to see how this year of YOUR YEAR!
"Take Ya Time, Do It Right"
While everyone loves a good quickie, it’s important that not ALL of your sex is short and to the point. After all, foreplay can be one of the most fun parts of sex. Extending foreplay helps build up the anticipation of actually having sex, and can make the sex more enjoyable overall. Foreplay is fun regardless of if you are “giving” or “receiving” pleasure. It’s a way to increase the intimacy of your sex, by incorporating touching and kissing and all the other good stuff. Foreplay can also make sex more playful. Sex doesn’t have to be pure passion all the time, incorporating teasing and things of the sort in your foreplay can also lead to great sex. Get creative with it, drawwwww it out for as long as you can stand, and then think of the sex as the cherry on top.
"Flip it & Reverse It"
Okay, as cheesy and over-done as it may sound, check out the Kama Sutra! The Kama Sutra provides a wide-array of sex positions with helpful, easy-to-follow instructions and graphics to help you and your partner figure it out! Variety is the spice of life, so embrace this mentality in your sex life! If the Kama Sutra isn’t your thing, don’t worry!, there are plenty of other places to turn to for inspiration. Watching porn together as a couple can inspire new ideas for the bedroom, and it can also help elucidate the things that turn your partner on. If porn is too graphic or visually stimulating for you, you can also try reading erotica together for a little inspiration. Additionally, a quick Google search of ‘fun sex positions’ can provide further inspiration. Experimentation can add a fun dimension to your intimate relationship. Not every new position will work out, but finding new ones will improve your sex and keep things interesting!
"Flavor of the Week"
If you and your partner are together for a long time, you might be tempted to assume that their sexual preferences are staying the same. But, this couldn’t be further from the truth! As we age, our bodies change, as do our sexual preferences. It is important to check in with your partner to make sure that the sex is still pleasurable for them. This point goes back to our first tip about communication. Open and frequent communication about your desires (and sometimes even the mechanics, however hard it is to articulate) will ensure that you and your partner are adapting your sex to your changing bodies and preferences.