The phrase "familiarity breeds contempt" applies to sex, too. Going through all the same motions in the bedroom, time and time again, doesn't exactly help in the love department. Relationship experts recommend keeping things spontaneous , whether that means trying a different time, place, sex position, or just generally being more adventurous. The goal is to avoid falling into a cycle of boring "duty" sex, but also to foster healthy habits in a long-term relationship. We asked 11 real women for their favorite sex moves, then consulted sex experts for their tips on how to upgrade your own go-to moves so they feel new and exciting.
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Some things in life are better on repeat: Friends , perfectly sunny beach days, your trusty manicure. Your sexcapades, though? Definitely not one of them. Even the hottest spark in the bedroom needs new sex positions to stoke the flames from time to time—otherwise things get boring, fast. In short, your brain craves newness, and especially for women, your brain is very involved in your excitement and satisfaction. It can also work wonders for your relationship. Exploration between the sheets amps up emotional intimacy and encourages risk-taking and growth.
365 Sex Moves: Positions for Having Sex a New Way Every Day
Men, whom many women have been taught would rather have sex than breathe oxygen, do have preferences when it comes to positions. And get this: Many even favor quality over quantity. Don't believe us? These men came forward to reveal their favorite sex moves — and most proved tamer than you might imagine. Heavy amounts of kissing, heavy petting.
By Gena Kaufman and Haley Swanson. By Meagan Drillinger and Marissa Gold. When it comes to sex positions, sometimes the names just don't do the actions justice. Worse yet, sometimes the names make the actions seem downright confusing. In the pursuit of truly great sex, we've often advised readers to stop thinking about how things look during sex and instead focus on how you feel.