Just like people like different things in bed, they also like to get it on at different times of the day. Sorry for distracting you at work, but think about your favorite time to have sex. But the time you like to have sex can tell a lot about your personality. Morning sex people tend to be more introverted, and prefer long-term, monogamous relationships while night people are more chill about casual sex and tend to be more extraverted, writes David Ludden, PhD, for Psychology Today. But I think we can break it down even further.
The Reason You Should Be Having Afternoon Sex
The Best Time Of Day To Have Sex, According To Experts
But they were on to something. So when you get some crazy sex cravings in the middle of the day, bolt home on your lunch break, find your baby, hold them tight, and grab a little afternoon delight. Get on top of him then lie flat, with your legs inside of his. It's like you're the dude in missionary—and if you just go with it, it feels super sexy and powerful! Plus, having your legs pressed together is great for getting a really tight fit. Get your apparel prepped: loose skirt, no panties the Official Clothing Choice for Nooners.
5 Sex Positions for When You Absolutely Must Have That Afternoon Delight
Think of it as a great way to break up the day, reenergize and relieve some stress, or put yourself in a way better mood for the evening ahead. Ride the energy high quite literally Most people have more energy and a better attention span in the afternoons than they do at night. At night we may be tired from a long day, in a morning we are rushed and have to get to work or the kids off to school. The afternoon, though, we may be just perfectly primed for some fun.
Sarah Regan is a writer, registered yoga instructor, and Editorial Assistant at mindbodygreen. Whether you're an early bird or a night owl, you may have wondered, when's the best time to have sex? Everyone has their preferences, so we asked the experts for their insight—and the answer likely depends on what you're looking for. As certified sex therapist Tammy Nelson, Ph.