Part of preparing for that hot phone sex session is making sure you’re in the right environment. Ashley Manta talks about how to set the scene not only in terms of distractions and privacy but also internally. She explains how to put yourself into the right mindset for phone sex, heightening your awareness of your body. Ashley also has some suggestions for how to heighten your lover’s awareness and anticipation of the big event.
If you’re lucky enough to have a woman dancing for you, there are some positive ways to show your appreciation. You can also help reinforce her confidence through the simple acts of respect and communication. Andre lays it out for you with several specific examples to help that private dancer in your life know how much you’re enjoying yourself.
Jacq Jones from Sugar the Shop talks about how communications tech like cell phones and email can be used to heat up your sexy scenes long before you come into contact with each other. She explains some of the important factors to be aware of, though – especially that once a picture or message is in digital form, it is forever! There are ways to safely tease and titillate each other from a distance, though, and Jacq gives several examples to get you started.
Part of setting boundaries around your sex life as a parent is making sure your sexy stuff – toys, videos, whatever gets you in the mood – is kept private from the children. Dr. Ruthie explains some practical ways to secure these kinds of things as well as covering strategies for how to avoid overreacting if the children do find them.
Andre Shakti continues her series on creating your own sexy boudoir shoot by talking about the technical side of photography. She covers equipment, backgrounds, lighting, and even poses and perspectives as she lays out just how to enjoy creating your own glamourously hot photos
Just because you know it’s ok for your kids to know you have sex doesn’t make it very easy to actually communicate it. Dr. Ruthie helps you navigate the potentially awkward conversations as well as giving practical tips for maintaining boundaries and acknowledging that as parents you have multiple identities beyond simply being “mom” or “dad”.