Experts shell out advice for safely and discreetly getting away with doing the deed. Just because you two are heading to one of your folks' houses over the holiday doesn't mean your sex life needs to take a vacation. Here's what you need to know to make sure you- and your relatives-wake up happy the next morning. If there's a strict separate bedroom policy, it might be best to adhere to that for a first-time visit, suggests Harwick.
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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.
Basically, people want actual connection, stat. One word: cybersex. Thank you, modern technology. So you should def be taking some precautions before getting off via video chat.