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Some essential pieces of advice when it comes to sex.

Greetings, internet. I am the author of the physical love manual Remember To Use Your Genitals And Other Sex Advice. This book is not yet published but it is very written. And it is the definitive guide for all things SEX.

Here is just some of the advice it contains…

Take Off Your Clothes

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Although many people leave some articles of clothing on, I find it helpful to remove them so you don’t get tangled or confused.

Choose the Right Sex Area

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Choosing the right area for sex is important. You want an area that will not hurt you or your sex partner. And you want an area that will not make you go to jail. Here are some of my thoughts on the matter:

Surfaces without metal spikes are preferable and, frankly, easier to find.

Beds are often used, but not always. If you use a bed, it’s easier to use the bed you or your partner already have, instead of buying a new bed.

If you’re attempting to join the mile high club, do so on the inside of the plane. I can not stress this enough.

A sex area must be at least big enough to fit the bodies of you and your sex partner, plus a few extra inches so you can move around. That is the minimum amount.

You’re going to want to choose an area made of solids, not liquid-y or amorphous like quick sand or clouds.

Not in a busy street.

Avoid blimps.

Closets are okay! Drawers and cupboards do not work.

Blankets

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Blankets can be used for warmth, as you’ll likely be nude.

If it is a chilly night, you will both feel warmer under a blanket than you would not under one. I’ll let you in on a secret; I use blankets just anyway, even if there isn’t sex. So that’s another good reason to get them.

Blankets can also be used for a celebration fort after sex.

Remember to Use Your Genitals

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Genitals are important in having sex. Whether it’s stimulating your partner’s genitals or using both sets of genitals together, you need to use them. The problem we often see is when people finish sex and realize they didn’t make their genitals involved at all. That leads them to ask questions like “Why did we just touch each others’ knees for two hours?” or “We weren’t in the same room, was that even sex at all?”

You’ll have all day tomorrow to nit pick HOW you used your genitals. You’ll think “Maybe I should have used my genitals this way instead” or “Maybe I should have tried doing this with my genitals”. And that’s fine, that’s part of it. But, if neither of you were using your genitals at all, then friend, it just wasn’t sex.

Hopefully some of this helped. The next time you make love, read this over. It might just lead to you saying “I just had the good sex.”

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