Is your definition of sex limited to penis-in-vagina (P-in-V) penetration? I don’t blame you. That’s what you have been brought up to believe. “Make sure you have safe sex by using a condom” and “Don’t have sex, sex leads to pregnancy”. But what happens when you expand your definition of sex? I’m sure you’ve heard it all. Like the word “hook-up” which can mean anything from kissing to sex, sex can mean different things for different people.
Simply understanding the difference between spontaneous and responsive sexual desire can change the way you see your sex life forever. You can go from thinking you’re broken and struggling with low libido to reclaiming how your body works and making your sex life work FOR you rather than AGAINST you.
Hate may be a strong word, but by reading this post I’m sure I can convert you too! Foreplay is an outdated concept that needs to be left in the past where it belongs. Why do I get so fired up about foreplay? Because it has very real implications for the pleasure of women. Gone are the days where sex is supposed to be about men and their pleasure. Women deserve to experience all the pleasure, intimacy and connection that they desire, and we’re not going to let the concept of foreplay stand in their way.
Want to improve your sex life but don’t know where to start? In this post I will be breaking down the basics of a healthy sex life. By working on each component and creating a solid foundation, you can build the sex life you’ve always wanted. Contrary to popular belief, good sex doesn’t just happen, and like all aspects of a relationship, it takes work. It is only by building a solid foundation that you can experience the sexual intimacy you’ve always envied.