A whopping 59 percent of men and women say they want to make their sex lives more playful and fun , according to a new survey released today by International Communications Research and sponsored by We-Vibe. But if most people are craving more excitement in bed, why are we still having run-of-the-mill sex? Take your sex life from meh to amazing with these tips from the experts:. Also worth nothing: Great sex can exist without an orgasm. In fact, research shows women are even more likely to want sexual novelty, says Walsh. Satisfy the urge by doing something totally outside your sexual script, like making a sex bucket list , getting busy in every room but your bedroom , having sex before work in the morning , or even heading to a hotel for a distraction-free hookup.
How to make sex more exciting?? Serious question?
Have Better Sex: 8 Ways to Make Sex More Fun
Over and over, I hear that the most important tip to remember when giving a blow job is to enjoy what you're doing and let him know. So how do you convince him that there's no place else you'd rather be—even if that's not exactly true? And, more importantly, what can you do to actually start enjoying it for real? Just the other day, John gave us this piece of crazy good sex advice :. The man knows things. Here's a few others to add to the list, courtesy of moi:. Show him just how much it turns you on to turn him on by grabbing one of your boobs or giving yourself some manual pleasure with your free hand.
Going Down? 5 Tips to Make Oral Sex More Enjoyable For You (Or At Least Make Him Think So)
Thirty days of sex is, well, a lot of sex. More sex can make you feel closer to your partner, and also orgasms are great. Have a sexecellent month of boning. Hit up first base only for 30 minutes.
Current television programs, magazine articles, movies and music don't represent marriage very well. The area they do the worst job covering is married sex. In many ways, even though most of the single people I know want to get married, the marriage rate has gone down. Couples who believed that cohabitating would keep their sex hot have been disillusioned and disappointed when they find out that what keeps sex hot is the security of a committed relationship. Moving in together without a commitment to one another may have made the sex better at first, but once the couple began leaning more on one another and having expectations of one another, the sex dwindled just as it does in a marriage that isn't working.