Fun dating sex games
What You Need: A hat (or small jar or bowl), small pieces of paper, and a pen How to Play: Each of you will write down fantasies you have yet to share with your partner, be it having sex in a certain part of the house or trying out a new position.
Put the slips of paper into the hat, then take turns unfolding them, one by one.
How to play: Spread your towel on the bed or carpet and grease each other up with massage oil — legs, torso, breasts, everywhere. But if you have a non-irritating lubricant, greasing up the sexual equipment can be part of the fun.
But remember that oil-based lubricants, including massage oil, can degrade latex.
You can get extra-long ties and be tied to the legs of the bed.
You need: A hairbrush, riding crop, or just his hands.
Be careful when shaving parts you cannot see (this is what mirrors are for).
Also, once you've shaved, decorating yourself with the edible treat of his choice — whipped cream, warmed fudge sauce, frozen orange-juice concentrate — can be fun.
Variation: The sensations are especially interesting if he combines them with playing with the other body parts on display during your spanking.
This is an excellent time to try inserting a vibrator. Variation: If you have a favorite secluded spot, this is fun to do outdoors, even on your own patio.
You need: A big towel or blanket and a bottle of massage oil or cream. Why: You will really be surprised at the difference a little lubricant makes in the feeling of skin on skin. Tip: Don't put mint or eucalyptus oil on sensitive genital areas.
Why: There’s nothing wrong with indulging in some cheesy porn stereotypes. Why: Most busy couples have foreplay down to a science, or rather, a routine.
"Time Bomb" refocuses you on the pre-game show, the part that used to be so much fun before you lived together. Why: Not being able to see during sex has two major effects—it dramatically increases both sensitivity and psychological vulnerability.