You get really creative and You need: A scarf, necktie, or a blindfold. How to play: He ties your wrists and ankles to the bedposts and has his way with you.
But no matter what, absolutely do not allow penetration until that much time has elapsed.
Why: Most busy couples have foreplay down to a science, or rather, a routine.
You need: A hairbrush, riding crop, or just his hands.
How to play: Tell your partner all the things you did wrong today.
Put the slips of paper into the hat, then take turns unfolding them, one by one.
(The next step, obviously, is executing them.)Why: Sharing fantasies will you bring you closer together, and you’ll get to try out a whole bunch of new, super-sexy things.
"Time Bomb" refocuses you on the pre-game show, the part that used to be so much fun before you lived together. Why: Not being able to see during sex has two major effects—it dramatically increases both sensitivity and psychological vulnerability.
You'll be surprised by how much slowing down changes things. Then proceed to ravish him — slowly, recklessly, teasingly — however you feel like doing it. Either one is a powerful aphrodisiac (maybe you've heard of You need: Four neckties, or more elaborate restraints available at sex-toy stores or online; a bed, preferably one with bedposts.
But remember that oil-based lubricants, including massage oil, can degrade latex.