Forplay... or against it?
Some men and women write off foreplay and jump to the main act. I’m going to tell you - foreplay not only is a pre-requisite to sex, its an integral factor to great sex. So are you Forplay... or against it? Google Define: sexual intercourse and you will get the result of “sexual contact between individuals involving penetration, especially the insertion of a man's erect penis into a woman's vagina, typically culminating in orgasm and the ejaculation of semen.” Seems a little male-dominated: starting with penetration, and ending with ejaculation. Lovemaking, sex and sexual relations all reference ‘sexual intercourse’ - yet not a single one mentions foreplay. In fact, foreplay is listed as “sexual activity that precedes intercourse.”
We need to extend Pop Cultures understanding, and dictionaries explanation of sex to include foreplay. Especially when you consider lesbian sex, multiple orgasms and even prolonging orgasms. By the dictionary definition, If you don’t have an orgasm, technically - you didn’t have sexual intercourse. But we know that’s not true at all.
The last thing a lady wants is a man with a big dick to not bother using his hands or his mouth. To have the entire experience focused on his penis’s perspective, thrust, thrust, come. While men are visual creatures, women enjoy touch, some sweet talk or even dirty talk.
By focusing on more than the boobs, ass and vag, you’re going to have a better time. By holding out and pleasuring her, she’s going to be begging, if not screaming for it soon. I like to think of foreplay similar to a shower. If you said you were going to wash me and then only washed my boobs, ass and vag then got out. I’d have to finish myself off once you’ve gone.
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