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What's the thrill of blindfolded sex?

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Apart from touch, sight is perhaps the most used of all our senses during sex. Switch it off and you can trigger a whole new set of experiences. Not knowing what will happen next can create intense anticipation. You can start to tease each other with feathers, your tongues or an ice cube. Start off slow to build up the excitement, but don’t focus on one area for too long. Overstimulation can kill the
desired effect. Oh, and for some women, it’s also the chance to live out their fantasy of making out with a masked stranger.

 



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