So don't play this game if you're using condoms or a diaphragm.
You need: Scissors, a brand-new razor, and shaving cream. First, take a hot bath to soften your skin and hair. Third, lie on the bed or on a table and let that shaving expert, your mate, foam you up and shave you.
Why: Most busy couples have foreplay down to a science, or rather, a routine.
"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.
Variation: Make the moves even more intense by doing them for minutes, not seconds.
You told your adolescent son to go to hell.) Then kneel on the bed.
How to play: Spread your towel on the bed or carpet and grease each other up with massage oil — legs, torso, breasts, everywhere. But if you have a non-irritating lubricant, greasing up the sexual equipment can be part of the fun.
But remember that oil-based lubricants, including massage oil, can degrade latex.
Why: It can be incredibly erotic to be completely powerless, to be the absolute center of his attention and to have no responsibility for or sway over what happens.
Variation: If you don't have bedposts, you may be able to tie your wrists to some part of your headboard or tie them together over your head or behind your back.