Foreplay is like an appetizer to the main course. Sure, your medium-rare filet mignon will taste okay alone. And well, sex works just like food does. Sometimes, it can even be better than the sex itself.
Because every good performance requires some preparation
Fact: Foreplay is awesome, and both men and women love it. Separate fact: Before any strenuous physical activity, it's important to be properly warmed up. So why not extend the pre-intercourse fun for as long as you can? There are lots of sexy things that will make what comes after even better. For inspiration, we turned to real guys about what gets them ready to go.
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1. Relive Your Best Moments
Foreplay—the tantalizing, PLAYful activities that people engage in beFORE sex, hence the name—is commonly accepted as something that should happen before intercourse. The questions of whether it does happen, how long it typically lasts, and what people are actually doing , foreplay-wise, are another story. While the study doesn't prove that heterosexual women aren't getting enough foreplay, it does suggest that lavishing your partners with lots of it adds up to more fun in the bedroom. Here, two experts share their best foreplay tips for a much more satisfying sexual encounter. If you spend a few cursory minutes on foreplay, rushing through like it's a plate of raw vegetables to nibble at before the meaty main course is served, your partner won't just feel cheated—they'll be able to tell you're not into it, which is a libido killer. Layla Martin, sex expert and author of Wild Woman in the Bedroom , says the best kind of foreplay puts the emphasis on "play," setting aside intercourse as the goal. Paying your sexual partner sincere compliments will let you know how much you appreciate her, and that might make her feel sexier before your clothes even hit the floor. Martin suggests "telling her how much you desire her," and how beautiful she is.
Foreplay, the vital entr'acte to intercourse, is the best warm up of all the warm ups. You jog a little before you run to warm-up. It's fine, but it doesn't heat up your partner for sex. You do some air squats before your Crossfit WOD. That might fire up your muscles, but it won't put your wife on the brink of orgasm. You warm up your grill before you throw the steak on.