Sexual Experience Without Indulging in a Relationship

How to Get the Best Sexual Experience Without Indulging in a Relationship

Sex & Relationships

Have you ever wondered if you can have a wonderful sexual experience even if you don’t have a significant other or if you aren’t in a relationship? You might be asking yourself, how is that even possible? Well, this article will tell you how. Read on to find out.

Before we get into having a great sexual experience let’s define what a relationship is first. A relationship is a commitment between two people. The commitment often leads to intimacy. What is intimacy, you ask? Intimacy is an act of closeness with another person. However, to be more specific intimacy is sexual intercourse. 

6 Ways to Have a Mind-Blowing Sex Experience (Without Having Intercourse)

1. Tell them, “I’m not having sex with you.” speak it aloud.

Say this when you’re making out, and things are just starting to heat up. Take their face in your hands, look them in the eyes, and tell them you’re not having sex with them. Then don’t even consider slackening your pace. The implied message is that “anything else” is up for debate. As if it were a magnificent Dionysian feast.

2. Make use of your hands.

It’s incredible what you can accomplish with just your hands. Because hand and finger action is traditionally considered foreplay, we don’t usually explore the whole range of what our hands can do on their own. We can be significantly more specific about location, pressure, and pace with intercourse than we can with speech communication. Isn’t that correct? We wouldn’t break a difficult lock with our teeth or play Jenga with our jaws. When a task requires delicacy, grace, and focus, we utilize our hands.

3. A dash of the fantastic.

You don’t have to dress up (I mean, who am I to stop you…), but a touch of fantasy can give non-penetrative sex the intensity of “going all the way.” Plan a “professional” massage with oils, hot towels, and new age music, for example. You can even have the guy or lady wait in the living room with a magazine until the bedroom is ready. After you’ve fully oiled them up, smoothed out all the kinks, and ushered them into a state of profound relaxation, surprise your partner with a “happy ending” (yes, this works on women, too). The fact that they’re already overstimulated, combined with a whiff of the forbidden, will most likely drive them over the edge.

4. Descending.

To offer a decent head, you must first let go of the idea that you are helping someone. If you don’t sincerely want to do it, it will be a letdown for everyone. The perception that speaking is something you do only to prepare your partner for intercourse is the second stumbling hurdle to overcome, like utilizing your hands.

If you get into it for its reasons, oral sex may be just as passionate and powerful for both partners as “real” sex.

5. Do it in front of others.

It’s far easier to have non-penetrative sex in public than it is in private. You’re unlikely to be detected if you can keep the noise low in a car, a movie theater, or under a well-cushioned table. Let’s be honest about it. You’ve had some forgettable encounters in your life, but the time you had oral on a Ferris wheel will stay with you for the rest of your life.

6. Surprising the audience.

Whether or not intercourse is involved, unexpected yet pleasurable sex is always amazing sex. Go down on her while she’s lying on the couch, reading a magazine. Put your hand down his pants when he’s making coffee in the morning. You’ll probably find that these unexpected encounters make your usual late-night in-bed sex even more appealing.

6 Ways to Have Intercourse Without Intimacy

1. Contact one another.

Especially in long-term relationships, we often stop touching each other unless we want sex. Please, at least once a day, make it a point to touch your partner. This can include kissing, hugging, stroking his cheek, or even running your fingers through his hair. Then hunt for opportunities to contact each other more intensely, such as by massaging each other. You’ll realize that your entire body has erotic potential, and it’s a lot of fun to explore each other’s bodies to see which areas provide pleasurable sensations and which don’t. Then report back to each other on your results.

2. Hold each other’s hands.

Have you ever seen an elderly couple going down the street with their hands in their pockets? Didn’t it bring a grin to your face? Holding hands is frequently associated with early dating, but it’s a fantastic method to maintain closeness and intimacy in any relationship, no matter how long it’s been.

3. Assume you’re a newlywed pair.

Remember how you felt when you first started dating and fell in love? You and your partner may not have been having intercourse at the time, but you couldn’t keep your hands off each other. Recreate the experience. Make out on the couch, rummage through each other’s clothes, pull away when things become too passionate, and start over.

4. Have “outercourse.”

You can have an orgasm even if you aren’t having intercourse. Experiment with various stimulus kinds. The term “outercourse” refers to any type of sensual and sexual interaction that does not involve the exchange of bodily fluids.

5. Examine closeness in a way that goes beyond sexuality.

Apart from the kids, house, and pets, sharing similar hobbies can lead to new levels of intimacy. It’s time to develop new interests as a couple if you haven’t done anything other than eat supper or watch a movie together in years. Something physical, like tennis, golf, skiing, or bicycling; something intellectual, like taking a class together, joining a couples-only reading club, or signing up for a series of lectures, concerts, or plays; or something artistic, like painting or cooking classes.

Fresh interests will excite your brain and supply a variety of new discussion subjects; new interests will excite your brain and provide a plethora of new debate topics. Make a weekly date with your partner to spend time together alone. Go out to dinner or the movies with just the two of you to spend quality time together.

6. Continue to speak.

The silence between a couple can be a sign of comfort and affection. It can, however, indicate that you’ve run out of things to say. It is not a good idea to let this happen to you. During this moment of intimacy without intercourse, continue to talk to one another about everyday events, as well as your ideas and dreams, and, of course, how you’re feeling. You know things have gone out of hand when you stop sharing.

Conclusion 

The secret to having great sexual intercourse is to engage in sex as much as possible. The more sex you have, the more experience you get. And remember to experiment as much as you can.