SEX & WOMEN

5 Best Places To Have Sex In Your House Besides Your Bed

  • 1. On The Washing Machine
    1 / 5 1. On The Washing Machine

    Your washing machine provides more vibration than any other appliance in your home. Problem is, most people don’t use it right. 

    You should be the one with your butt on the top. The motion will be transmitted through your pelvis, essentially turning your member into life-size vibrator. Run a warm-water load so the top won’t be so cold.

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  • 2. In The Kid's Playroom
    2 / 5 2. In The Kid's Playroom

    A beanbag chair is great for sex. You can contour it to any shape, and it’s almost like being in water – it’ll support you in ways you’re not accustomed to.

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    Doggie-style sex works great when she’s on her belly, draped over the amorphous blob (the chair, not you). So does the missionary position.

    Stick a couple of thick books under the bag to keep her from sinking in too far. No beanbag? Try a Swiss ball.

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  • 3. On The Staircase
    3 / 5 3. On The Staircase

    Stop her before you make it to the bedroom.

    Try a doggie-style position with her a few steps above you. Her skin and breasts will brush against the carpeted steps (she’ll like that). You’ll like the strong upward thrusts you have to make to stay connected.

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  • 4. In The Kitchen
    4 / 5 4. In The Kitchen

    A study in Psychology Today showed that men who step up to the hob are twice as likely to get sex as those who can’t take the heat in the kitchen. 

    Choose your dish carefully too: Research from the Smell & Taste Treatment and Research Foundation in the US found the scent of vanilla, cinnamon and banana nut bread act as sexual arousers by increasing blood flow to the vagina.

    Related: 5 Things You Didn’t Know About Her Vagina

    Get her to lick the cream off your fingers, or you could do the same to her, and then get ready to heat up the kitchen. Just stay away from boiling water and open flames.

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  • 5. In The Living Room
    5 / 5 5. In The Living Room

    Psychologists at Chicago’s Northwestern University found that women became physically aroused after watching mammals (and other animals) going at it on the Discovery Channel.

    “When she sees it on TV, she’ll subconsciously seek physical contact,” says Tracey Cox, author of Superflirt. So seek out the animal documentaries in your TV guide and obey the law of the jungle.

    “She’ll be physically but not mentally aroused, so you still have work to do,” warns Green. Try a head or foot massage. Her oxytocin levels will soar and it’ll sensitise her skin.

    If she presses her body into yours, she’s ready to move things up a gear. Keep it on the sofa rather than take it to the bedroom: Unless, of course, your flatmates are watching the box too. 

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