Even the happiest couples have been known to fight occasionally. Sometimes it's a minor spat over dirty dishes; on worse days, a blowout might leave you giving each other the silent treatment until one of you initiates a truce. While apologies are important when they're owed , a heated round of makeup sex is one thousand times more fun. A peace-making roll in the hay is certainly the hottest way to smooth things over , but it is it always the best move for your relationship?
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What Is Makeup Sex, and Is It Good or Bad for My Relationship?
Sure, the disagreement will quickly become the last thing on your mind Why is that, you wonder? Thanks in part to hormones triggered during fights, researchers see a connection between conflict and sexual desire. Basically, when you feel like your relationship is threatened, your biological instinct is to preserve the bond. Sex is one natural way to do that.
Why Makeup Sex Is Good for Your Relationship (and How to Know When It's Not)
Fighting can fire you up and serve as steamy foreplay. Here's how to use make-up sex in a healthy way. Hey, girl, cue your favorite Ryan Gosling fantasy because it turns out that amazing make-up sex scene in The Notebook isn't just a movie trope. Research shows exactly why make-up sex-you know, sex after a fight or even a breakup-is so hot.
Makeup sex is legendary for being super hot— and it is. So harness the post-fight magic powers of stirred-up tension and the adrenaline boost to spark super-passionate, high-intensity sex. A vibrating almost-cock ring is a nonthreatening option for harder erections plus, depending on where you angle it, bonus vibrations to a perineum aka the taint or, even better, your clit. Balance yourself on your hands while your partner holds your legs and enters or tries to. If you like the feeling but not the whole holding-yourself-up bit, transfer the move to a bed.