How To Make Sex More Fun
Figuring out how to make sex more fun can be a legitimate challenge for many couples. Like most everything else, sex can often become routine and even mundane after a couple has been together for awhile. Unfortunately, there is no single surefire cure for uninteresting sex. There are, however, steps both of you can take to help make sex fun and exciting again. Read on for some ideas on how to turn the head in the bedroom back up.
- Schedule sex back into your life. Back when you and your partner were young and uninhibited, there were less responsibilities getting in the way of your sex life. No kids and less job stress allotted more time for you and your partner to explore, so to speak. But now, with familial responsibility and added pressures in general, there often simply isn’t time to work on making sex fun. To combat this all-too-common effect, schedule as many nights as possible for you and your significant other to enjoy intimate time together.
- Extend the experience. Along the same lines as the above tip, lack of time often leads to mundane sex. Often, by the time you both have a few moments to spare for sex, you’re too exhausted to try anything romantic or different. Try making a concerted effort to extend the time you and your partner can spend having sex. It will allow for more foreplay, romanticism, and the ability to try new things.
- Ask each other about personal turn-ons. One of the biggest barriers to fun sex for couples is a reluctance to talk to each other about it. Couples who just “do it” without really communicating with each other often end up having lots of unsatisfying sex. Try bringing up the topic, being open, honest, and inquisitive. Your partner will appreciate your interest in making sex more enjoyable for her, and she will likely return the favor.
- Create a sensual setting. The most boring sex, not coincidentally, is often done in the entirely unromantic glow of the TV. To turn your partner on and incite sexual desire, try changing the setting wherever you want to have some fun sex. It could be rose petals in the bathtub, candles in the bedroom, or even sensual music in the living room. The place doesn’t really matter, as long as you’re both into it.
- Focus on your senses. Making sex more fun should be anything but economical. The next time you and your partner are having sex, slow down and pay attention to each sense being stimulated. Catch the scent of her hair, or the tactile sensation of kissing and your bodies being close together. It will help you focus on sex without letting your mind wander, leading to more focus and a better overall sexual experience.