Foreplay: The Power of Touch

We’ve posted previously about the benefits of sensory deprivation.  Removing the use of one sense tends to heighten the sensitivity of the remaining ones.  We can use this to intensify our spouse’s arousal (or they of us).


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Do You Know His Erogenous Zones?

Wives, do you know what areas of your dear husband’s body are most sensitive to touch?  Where, besides his penis, is he responsive to heightened arousal? Read more of this post

Know Thy Clitoris!

Ladies, the clitoris can be quite elusive to husbands and wives who haven’t fully explored their spouse’s or their own body. This little “joy button” deserves to be found.  Below is some info to improve your seeking skills! Read more of this post

Him Being Into Me?

We celebrate the ideal of sexual intimacy in the context of marriage.  We believe God’s divine design would have it as such.  We also acknowledge there is a fair level of sexual dysfunction within marriage, partly as a result of errant messages about sexuality in commonly available media (TV, films, magazines, novels, etc.).

We’ve sought to capture the female perspective to get a better sense of how gender perceives the role of intimacy.  Do you think we have a it right? Read more of this post

A Touch of Love

Nonsexual touch is an important experience in the life of a marriage.  What is nonsexual touch?  Well…it is touch that is not aimed at leading to sexual arousal or intercourse.  It is touch that is incidental, spontaneous and devoid of agenda…other than showing genuine affection and concern. Read more of this post

Intimacy: Kissing

Do you feel as though you get enough smooches from your spouse? Do you get them long and wet, soft and sensuous or rarely and barely? How important is romantic kissing to you? Read more of this post

Touch Me Here

Giving your spouse a massage, stroking their erogenous zones, or simply caressing them may have an arousing effect on their own. However, when done during intercourse, the effects of these acts can become more physically significant. Read more of this post

Intimacy: Slow Dancing

Do you ever just slow dance with your husband or wife in the privacy of your home as a way of being intimate or even as intimate foreplay? Read more of this post

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