Post # 1
My fiance and I have been together since we were 15 (We are 22 now). We have only ever had sex with each other and the sex is great but after 6 years I’m wanting some advice on how to make things a little more exciting? Its sort of an embarrassing question to ask but I thought asking real women would be better than looking at some Cosmo article.
Post # 2
Have you and your fiance discussed fantasies before? I know it can be hard to open up about that type of thing, but that is a really good place to start. Have you mentioned to him that you want to spice things up? Because it’ll be hard if you’re trying to spice things up and he is totally oblivious haha. Personally I found that incorporating toys helps when things start feeling monotonous, but that is definitely something that requires a lot of clear communication in the bedroom. Good luck OP 🙂
Post # 3
Toys, fantasies, tantra, role playing, “public sex” and combinations of all of the above.
There’s also- porn, swinging, poly, and kink you could explore.
Post # 4
Do you ever get yourself lingerie? FI and I had a dry spell for while, but then I started collecting sexy things to wear and that helped a lot. I love when he buys lingerie, too, because i open the boxes and he buys sexier things that occasionally make me blush because there’s nothing there 😂
Post # 5
My FI and I went to an adult store together and it was a lot of fun to look at a bunch of different toys and outfits to see what interested both of us. I really recommend that to get ideas, but it’s important that you and your SO are comfortable communicating about sex first–otherwise it’d probably be kind of overwhelming.
Post # 6
I’d start by communicating about sex first. Do you two talk regularly about your sexual wants and needs? If you are intersted in a certain “flavour” of sexuality there are always good books on the subject. I think it’s also important to discuss sex outside of the bedroom, so that sort of discussion is not always in the heat of the moment. You might be able to get some clarity on how to spice things up that way.