No matter who we choose to have sex with the experience will always be more powerful if there is a strong emotional connection between the two of you. This could be a deep connection with a long-term partner or an immediate connection with someone who you have just clicked with on a date. Either way, often the most intimate and memorable sexual experiences involve lots of eye contact. However, for some people eye contact during sex can be a rather controversial subject. It is also powerful stimulator of love and affection. According to Psychologia.
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No need for condoms: Sexpert Steven breaks down the proper technique of penetration-free sex. Others depended on the golden scrap of knowledge they overheard from that weirdo that sat behind them on the bus back in 7th grade. Some schools of thought believe that what can be classified as sex are those acts that have been tagged as so by the English language: oral, anal, and vaginal. I think that everything is sex. I can assure you that these small acts, these flits of quick passion, arouse all the same faculties as full-blown intercourse. And what makes them even more sexual is their ephemerality.
Sex should be fun, but it can also be complicated. Welcome to Sexual Resolution , a biweekly column by sex therapist Vanessa Marin answering your most confidential questions to help you achieve a healthy, joyful sex life. Here, she answers a question about making eye contact in bed.
It was 2 am in the East Village on a mid-winter's Saturday night. Outside the weather was wickedly ablaze with a teeming, tempestuous blizzard. I was in the dark downstairs area of a tiny downtown club. The air inside sharply contrasted with the air outside.