April 20, 2012

Sex | Can There Be Too Much Foreplay

Hey guys, I know we've spent most of this week talking about panties, so figured this would be something that might fit. I mean, you need lots of steamy action and imagination to get into a girl's panties right? Plus, this question fit perfectly with a lot of what has been going on in my mind of late – particularly appropriate for a Formspring Friday!

Foreplay: Is there such a thing as too much?

Yes …

And now, you expect the explanation.

See, that is what too much foreplay is like: all anticipation without any completion. Foreplay for me has a conclusion; a result in which I am having sex. And not by myself. Masturbation is not considered a good result for foreplay.

Foreplay is meant as a warm-up to something bigger. I love a lot of foreplay, because it helps create a much deeper emotional moment for when it moves to actual intercourse. I tend to be the kind of woman that is turned on immensely by a lot of physical contact as well – kissing, touching, etc.

And foreplay also isn’t just a physical part of getting me in the mood. My husband and I (and hopefully many of you) have learned the fine art of the mind-fuck. We use our imagination to heat up each other’s libido, often using our cellphones for some day-long naughty sexting and electronic flirting.

It’s all about creating some anticipation of the moment that is surely on the horizon. But there also comes a point where my interest will wane and you might find yourself on the self-loving train to nowhere.
Andee     xoxo

3 comments:

Jessi W. said...

I agree, I think there can definitely be too much foreplay. The breaking point for us is usually when I just can't take the kissing and other stimulation anymore and feel the need for penetration. I am the one who usually caves in and asks for the sex to begin...go figure

Jack and Jill said...

Jill is the same way. Doesn't matter how many times she orgasms from foreplay, eventually she needs to be penetrated. We know people who can be content with just foreplay, and to tell the truth there have been times when we only engage in foreplay without having vaginal intercourse. But for us this is the rare exception and not the rule.

AHubbyof2SexualMinds said...

It seems that society has stereotyped women into thinking they want more foreplay. I know in my wife's case after just a little bit she's ready to go, and so are you it seems. I wonder how many women think along the same lines as you? It's great for guys for sure.