Chances are, when you and your guy are about to get it on, you make a beeline for the bed. Now we're not knocking between-the-sheets sex, but you can make your intimate encounters even more intoxicating by moving them beyond the boudoir. With the benefits of novel nooky in mind, we've mapped out some daring and innovative sex positions to try in every nook and cranny of your home. Let the room christening begin.
11 Things You Should Definitely Put On Your Sex Bucket List
Sex Bucket List Checklist Ideas for Married Couples and Singles
Could your sex life use a boost? It's normal for people in long-term relationships to feel like things have gotten a little or a lot But simply mixing it up a bit can be all it takes to reignite the spark, says Ellen Barnard , a sexuality educator and owner of the Madison, WI boutique A Woman's Touch. Shake things up by starting a bucket list with all the sexy situations you want to try we're serious. Feel free to steal the 11 ideas below—they're guaranteed to boost your sex life and the connection between you and your partner.
Creative Sex Positions To Try Wherever
Sound familiar? Many couples only feel truly uninhibited in a hotel room or when their kids are out of the house, but the truth is, adult play dates are easiest to schedule at home in the evening. So before the games begin, make sure you have a decent lock on your bedroom door so you can get silly without worrying about interruptions.
A juicy, R-rated bucket list is basically part game, and part statement of intent—and it can spice up your sex life , no matter what your prior level of experience is. If you're single, it's a fun way to seek safe! When you're in the early " your body is a wonderland " stage and want some kinky things to try in a relationship, it provides inspiration for adventurous things to do in bed. And for married couples and those in a long-term relationship who've fallen into a dry spell —or simply want to add variety to switch things up—experiencing new things together is a way to reignite your once-crackling chemistry, according to experts.