Foreplay: research shows that its womens favorite part of sex, they want more of it, and it can lead to more intense orgasms for everyone involved. Masterthis sensual touch and connection before sex with these quick tips.. Incorporating a vibrator, like HELLO TOUCH (the perfect foreplay tool), can bring these moves to the next level. Read on, and enjoy the results
Foreplay Enhances Sex and
helps Women Reach Climax.
Women who dont touch as much are significantly more likely to report a lack of pleasure from sex. One third of them are unable to reach climax. Archives of Sexual Behavior.
More foreplay means better sex for you both.
Men tend to have an active sex drive, whereas womens sex drives are reactive they need to be warmed up first. Many men are ready for sex on a whim, however to get a woman aroused and to orgasm takes time. Try taking her mind there first. This lead up can start hours ahead of time with a sexy text or a gentle caress of her neck or shoulder during dinner. The longer the build up, the more aroused shell be when it comes time for sex, and the more pleasure youll both get from the experience.
Foreplay is Her Favorite Part.
60% of women said foreplay was their favorite part of sex. Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy
Build the anticipation.
Perhaps the single most important part a memorable foreplay experience is building the anticipation. Taunt and tease her senses. Stroke behind her ears and down her neck. Focus on her breast and nipples before moving southward. Shell enjoy this almost as much (or maybe more) than the sex itself, so dont be in a hurry to get to the finish line. Build the excitement until you both cant wait any longer.
Foreplay Enhances Mens Arousal and Performance.
Men who dont engage frequently in sexual touching with their partner are more than twice as likely to have erectile problems. Archives of Sexual Behavior.
Take the pressure off yourself and youll both benefit.
Being a phenomenal lover has little to do with size or Kama Sutra moves. Its about your willingness to be patient, read her body language, and give generously. Most men are hung up on the fear of losing their erection, says Mark Epstein, MD, psychiatrist and author of Open to Desire: Embracing a Lust for Life. Take control, be giving, and watch her reactions to see what she likes and doesnt like. Take pleasure in her arousal, and in turn you will find your own excitement in delivering pleasure. If you do lose your erection, sex doesnt have to end there. Bring her to climax through touch and kissing. She may even return the favor.
She Wants You to Use Your Hands.
68% of women consider excellent foreplay essential to their ability to orgasm. 74% reported the man using his hands during foreplay was important. Mens Health Survey
Foreplay can take many forms, but caress with your hands and fingers is the most intuitive form of touch. Start with an intimate massage. Rub her shoulders, neck and back to soothe her muscles. Not a master masseuse? Try adding an AFTERGLOW Natural Massage Candle into the mix. Use the back of your hand to caress the lines of her body down her arms, the small of her back and her inner thighs. This is a great place to incorporate the sensation of HELLO TOUCH to take it to the next level.
Longer is better.
Women assume men want only 13 minutes of foreplay, but it turns out both genders wanted at least 18 minutes on average. Study from University of New Brunswick, Canada
Take your time, do it right.
A womans body changes when shes aroused. Put off intercourse until she is well lubricated and ready. At least 20 minutes of foreplay before sex will ensure an enjoyable experience for everyone. Clitoral stimulation is a sure way to turn her on, but remember to be gentle. Direct pressure to this sensitive area can sometimes be painful. Try massage the area around the clitoral hood. Teasing the clitoris touch, tickle, suck, kiss and massage the area then move on to a new area before coming back to it.