Craving for the sweet and spicy flavor of pleasure? We prepared a generous helping of afternoon delight to satiate your appetite.
When you order a full course meal, you don’t get to sink your teeth into the main dish right away, no matter how delectable it is. Any good cook would know the difference that a good appetizer makes. It whets your appetite, easing your taste buds into a more satisfying gustatory experience when the entrée arrives.
Sex isn’t any different— it simply answers to another kind of craving.
As you get your oyster shucked and donut glazed, digging straight into the big performance can leave you underwhelmed, or worse, painfully glutted. You don’t want to be reeling in pain just because you haven’t been thoroughly prepared.
Even a quickie needs a little prelude. So how about we shed more light on foreplay for starters?
A silver platter
If it weren’t already obvious, men and women differ in tastes, especially in bed. Unlike the male variety, we can’t just cut through the sexual tension like a hot knife through butter. Foreplay is essential to female sexuality because our passion needs to be coaxed carefully before it can lead us to orgasm.
This involves all sensual activities that build on arousal and therefore better sex— anything from spooning to sliding ice cubes down your back. Even slyly asking for the house specialty!
Many scientific studies confirm that while men respond to attractive body parts almost instantaneously, women’s desires heavily rely on context.
Your partner has to be willing to serve your clitoris with pleasure. As your primary sexual organ, it shares many characteristics with the penis as it also gets erect from blood flow. What’s more, the stimulation of this abundant bundle of nerve endings can get you turned on enough to lubricate the vagina; you’ll be ready for penetrative sex in no time.
It doesn’t have to be purely physical in nature. We women also have a soft spot for emotional assurance. We’re more comfortable and in the zone when our partners make us feel special leading up to that defining moment.
If they carefully prepare our body and mind for the physical and emotional aspects of sex, no sooner would they receive our satisfaction on a silver platter.
On the menu
What’s the recipe for the ultimate finger-licking appetizer? If you don’t know where to start, try to uncover your more sensitive erogenous zones first. And then, make sure to experiment with motions and gestures to fire them up.
You can eventually mix and match your favorites to create an appetizer menu that both of you can enjoy. Switch things up every now and then when you’re in the mood for something new.
Of course, feel free to follow it up with intercourse afterward. But if you’d very much like to host an appetizers-only party, why not go for it? Here are some crowd favorites to get you and your partner inspired:
- Tug on their lower lip with your teeth as you go for a deep French kiss. Run your fingers through their hair while your fingertips move down their back.
- Nibble on earlobes before trailing kisses down the neck. Fondle with the breasts; lick and suck their nipples. Caress the sensitive parts of their skin.
- Spank their ass. Rub her clit. Insert a finger or two inside her vagina, perhaps even up her anus. Use your teeth and tongue when your hands are full.
Focus on the sensations that you’re arousing instead of pressuring yourself to get to an orgasm. You can go gentle or get rough, whichever you feel is more pleasurable. After all, matters of taste shouldn’t be matters of dispute.
Italian chef’s kiss
Can’t wait to turn that mouthwatering dream of yours into reality? We’re here to offer a few other practical tips and tricks from the experts to spice up your next sexperience:
- Complain when necessary. Nobody likes being in this position, but you need to voice out your concerns if you’re in pain or discomfort. It might indicate that you’re not aroused or even in need of medical attention.
- Make special requests. Everyone’s body has unique pleasure centers. Point out to your partner what lights you up, and be sure to ask about theirs as well. The only shame is a missed opportunity for sexual pleasure.
- Practice more patience. Many give up waiting for the climax when they feel like it’s taking too long. Some even fake it out of fear of disappointment. Just stick around; good things (like orgasms) come to those who wait.
So the next time you’re out to enjoy a full course meal, resist the urge to skip on the appetizing foreplay. Instead, take the time to relish the taste of playful flirtation— you’ll find that they’re often more luscious than the main course itself. Bon appétit!
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What is foreplay?
Foreplay involves all sensual activities that build on arousal and therefore better sex— anything from spooning to sliding ice cubes down your back. Even slyly asking for the house specialty! It’s essential to female sexuality since our passion needs to be coaxed carefully before it can lead us to orgasm.
How long should it take for me to get in the mood?
Now is not the time to rush. Your foreplay isn’t an explosive bang that happens in a split-second; it’s more comparable to a pot of liquid slowly simmering to a boil. So take care to relish each and every sensation to bring wonder and awe into your experience!
What’s the big difference between the sexual appetite of men and women?
Many scientific studies suggest that while the majority of men are turned on by visual imagery of their partner and the act itself, women are more swayed by touch and outward displays of emotional affection from their partner. This is why some experts remark that for women, foreplay can start days before the act itself.
I’m not in the mood for intercourse— can I enjoy foreplay à la carte?
Of course! What foreplay is for heterosexual couples can be considered as the main attraction for non-heterosexual partners. No matter your sexual orientation, you’re free to enjoy sex the way you want it. After all, matters of taste shouldn’t be matters of dispute.
What can I do to make foreplay a delightful experience?
First, you have to find your more sensitive erogenous zones. Then make sure to experiment with motions and gestures to fire them up. Mix and match your favorites to create an appetizer menu that both of you can enjoy. Most of all, practice proper etiquette: make special requests and stay patient!
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