Foreplay: Feels Great and Works Even Better!
An Integral Part of Sex!
Foreplay was once regarded as nothing more than a few extraneous steps that were merely a means to an end - the end being the act of intercourse. Nothing could be further from the truth. Foreplay is an integral part of any sexual union. It is a means of increasing intimacy between partners and it heightens sexual satisfaction in both men and women.
Foreplay & Seduction
Foreplay is essential for preparing the body for sex.
For women, there is a scientific process that occurs during foreplay where by the uterus actually contracts to make room for penetration. This is known as vaginal tenting and without this process sex can sometimes become uncomfortable.
Foreplay allows the female body sufficient time to become stimulated and well lubricated – the first outward sign that a female is ready for comfortable penetration.
For men, it is assumed that foreplay is unnecessary and that they are rearing to go in this department. While this may be true at times, mens' emotions are often softer than their members. Many men crave the same security and comfort that women do even if it's not what society dictates.
Establishing intimacy and trust via foreplay leads to less pressure for a man and hence less room for stage freight or feelings of inadequacy during sex. Plus, the anticipation will get him harder and more deeply involved in lovemaking- leading to more satisfaction on both ends!
Foreplay Tips & Tricks:
Tip 1 | Use Lubes
Lubricants are a brilliant way of prepping your body for penetration. There are many top quality sex lubes on the market that are completely body safe. They also come in a variety of delicious flavours.
This is great for women who may not be overly into oral sex a little chocolate flavoured treat can work wonders at encouraging you! Even if lube isn't a necessity it can be a fun way to experience new sensual sensations. Experimenting with a warming or tingling lubricate can spark curiosity and re-kindle intimacy.
Tip 2 | Engage in Mutual Masturbation
Let him watch as you touch and explore your own body. This is a sure-fire way to teach your partner how you really like to be pleasured. Introduce some sex toys into the mix and stimulate his erogenous zones with a vibrator these sexy gadgets are very versatile and can often be used for external arousal along with internal stimulation (hint: tickle his testicles with the tip of a vibe for a new sensation).
Tip 3 | Oral Sex
Foreplay needn't be hard work it also grants you plenty of fun in the bedroom! Let your partner stimulate your penis to enhance and maintain your erection. Tease and titillate and your turn will come.
Tip 4 | The Mind Play
Foreplay doesn't always need to start out physically. The brain is one of the largest sex organs in the body. Arouse your lover with a trail of secret notes, text a tempting offer or email an erotic photo of a new position. By the time you reach your partner, your mind will be so lubed with thrilling ideas that physical foreplay will be nothing but pleasure.
Tip 5 | Titillating Tantra
Take it super-slow to really get you both worked up. Tantric sex practices involve spending hours or even days just looking at, touching and stroking each other before moving on. Even taking ten minutes extra just to gently stroke and tease your partner, until they (and you) just can’t hold back any more, will really steam up your sessions.