A long time ago, my college boyfriend and I were heading down to dinner when, much to my surprise, he decided to play hide the sausage in a most unusual place. Right there in the stairwell of his dorm, we had exciting, impromptu, and totally public sex. While it didn't make the list of Trojan's top five exciting places to have sex , according to their recently released U. National Sex Census, it's one of the memorable sex events I've never quite forgotten So what made number one of this list of exciting places to get it on? Let me tell you straight: number one is the car.
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What are the best places to have sex in the midst of a pandemic? Let's be honest: we're all dealing with quarantine monotony, especially when it comes to our sex lives. We wake up, we wash our hands, we zoom, we wash our hands, we change from day sweats to night sweats , we wash our hands, and we fall asleep in front of Netflix. It's not exactly a routine that inspires the kind of spontaneity required to get frisky in a coatroom. But that doesn't mean we're all doomed to slip into a sexless oblivion. Variety—when practiced safely—is the spice that keeps a good sex life hot.
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Sex in a bedroom is great — and so is sex on a kitchen table or a living room sofa or over the edge of the bathroom sink. But our houses and apartments are limited in their options for places to have sex, right? Now, not everyone is going to be into it — some folks are perfectly happy keeping their nudity in safely hidden, private spots.
You know that reccurring sex dream you have about getting it on under the stars with your partner or, you know, Ryan Gosling? Well we think you should totally make that a reality—the outdoors part that is. Expanding your sexual experiences by having sex outside the bedroom can bring you closer to your partner, teach you about what turns you on, and help you feel sexually empowered, says sex and relationship expert Emily Morse, Ph. Changing locations removes you from things in your home that stress you out and gets your adrenaline pumping, which helps you get even more aroused than usual, says Morse. And get this: Sharing feelings of excitement can help couples get connected during the experience and after.