Foreplay and afterplay are equally important for a pleasurable sexual experience. The sex hormones released after both women and men climax can have totally opposite effects. Studies show that following intercourse, the male brain often goes into a rest state and he feels drained and tired while the woman’s brain is stimulated and desires bonding. Here in this article you will find tips on afterplay pleasures that will satisfy you both.
Appreciate the lovemaking skills of your partner. It leaves a very romantic impression. Give your partner a massage. Just because the lovemaking is over doesn’t mean its hands off. Massage is a great way to maintain that physical connection for you.
If you crave a more relaxing and sensual session, position yourself so that you are lying on your side, facing your partner. Trace light circles on his torso. Starting at the chest, move around the navel, skin the pelvic bone, and continue back up. Or stroke your fingertips from his collarbone down over his chest to his hip bones and back again. These moves allow you to tickle his fancy while still maintaining an intimate post-passion gaze.
When you want him to reciprocate, try to temp him with a more invigorating touch. Have your guy lie on his stomach and straddle him. Bounce the sides of your hands or push and tap your fingertips along his back and buttocks. While you enjoy the tactile thrill of having your legs wrapped around him, your touch encourages increased blood flow, making him feel energized rather than drained and may even inspire him to return the favor.
Take a shower that brings comfort and relaxation to both. Start by taking turns slowly scrubbing each other’s back, shoulders and neck. Then press up against your lover for some sexy snuggling under the shower stream, running your slippery, sudsy hands over his back and butt.
The heat soaked environment not only keeps your body super close, but it also actually prolongs the post-orgasmic flush of your just finished booty session. Here’s how: as the hot water hits your skin, it stimulates blood flow and circulation, which keeps your body feeling aroused.
Disclaimer: This article is not meant to provide health advice and is for general information only. Always seek the insights of a qualified health professional before embarking on any health program.
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